Thursday, 9 June 2022


 Well I'm back with another LOTV images for another Father's Day card..I have really enjoyed colouring them all in but not too sure I would have that wallpaper on my wall! I've also been using scraps of paper out of my 'box' I say box it's more like a large suitcase hahaha.

Another fine day here I managed to take 'the boys' out for a slow stroll this morning and my next door neighbour asked if I wanted to borrow his walking stick or electric wheelchair because I was limping so badly on my way back!!  My Grandson is coming down after work on Friday and staying the weekend to help me with the garden ..he's sooooo helpful I don't know what I would do without him and my daugther.

Anyhoooooo I shall toodle off and take care and lots of huggles xxxxx Sue xxxxxxxxxx


meg said...

Another brilliant card Sue,love your papers,layout and beautifully coloured image

anne said...

This is such a lovely card Sue, sorry to hear you are struggling with pain, hope you feel better soon.

cuilliesocks said...

Aww so sweet Sue, I love the image and your colouring a great design too, Kate x

Sarah said...

What a brilliant Fathers Day card, and a perfect LOTV image too. Great colours, bright and cheery. That wallpaper reminds me of those stripy spearmint chews back in the 70's, can't remember what they were called...just looked it up, they were Pacers (a useless bit of information for you!!) ooh, I did love them!! xx

Brenda said...

Another fabulous Father's day card Sue! Yes, I don't know about striped wall paper being on all 4 walls either! Maybe one small wall would be ok. lol I love the way you colored this cutie up and love the papers you used. Oh goodness, I hate that you were limping so badly after taking the boys out for a walk, but that was so nice of your neighbor to offer his walking stick or electric wheelchair. I am also so glad your grandson is coming to help with the garden too. I know what you mean, I'm so thankful for Bret as well...I couldn't manage if he wasn't around to help me! Huggles, Brenda