Work in progress....

I am feeling a little guilty here because I haven't finished making all the cards for last month's giveaway yet hhuhuhuhu...... The cards are still in progress and hopefully I can post the cards to the winners latest by this coming Saturday. Winners..... I hope you all can be patient in waiting for the gifts to arrive to you :( Truly sorry......I'm trying my level best to get them done as fast as I can.......I only two hands.....and such a big ambition to make this giveaway work out as planned hahahaha......oh hook or by crook, I'll get them done for you. Don't worry ya guys!

At the same time, I'm also busy thinking of what I should make for the July 2010 Blog Giveaway. I still don't have any idea yet what kind of design that I want to do. LOST!!!! But I need to think of a design latest by this week and start doing the giveaway next week on Monday....I hope God will give me some inspiration soon hehehehehe! ;) This giveaway thingy is part of my bucket list and I really want to make it's something that I've wanted to do for a long time and I hope things will run smoothly until end of this year. :)


Anonymous said…
I love your work and creations. Congratulations.
Thank you Martina! :) Your quilled cards are good too!
now I have a pretty good idea how you do this. But what size circles are those that you used? inch and a half? It's hard to scale it because I don't know what size each little square is on your cutting mat.
Hi Christina!
Yes dear...I measured it just now and yes, the circle is about an inch and a half in diameter :). I have a circle template that I use to get those circles. One big template has many many different sizes of circles, so I used the largest one in the template. :) Hope this helps! All the best! Can't wait to see how you make your roses! :)
I want this so badly :'( dear, why not order one from me? Takdelah mahal sangat pun :)

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