Thursday, 24 March 2011

I'm A Hand Cut Card

Well, my response to all the disbelieving comments from Angry Lady on my last blog post, could only really be hand cut...








In other (much more important) news, I am still busily cutting away. Things haven't really slowed down since Valentine's Day which is brilliant. Lots of personalised orders from an 85th birthday card to a Bar Mitzvah celebration card, and it is most definitely wedding and new baby season! I'm also looking forward to some more exciting press coverage in the near future too. Watch this space!

13 comments:

Rachel said...

Nicely done ;-)
On an unrelated point, my comments captcha word below is "spards" which could be a word for those spare bits of card leftover after cutting out a card (by hand)...

Teasemade said...

Ha! love it. Go you *waves pompoms*

Storeyshop said...

Thanks ladies! Ooh, thanks Rachel in Dictionary corner, over there. I'm going to look that word up. I like those little left-over bits of card and paper (except when I am hoovering them up all over the house or find one in the wash)! x

Kitsch-tique said...

Yay! Go Helen! Although obviously this is not as good as a VEDIO haha. We all love your cards so don't let her bitterness get to you x

amongthechimneypots said...

Goodness - I hadn't seen the comments on the previous post until now but very nicely handled.

HollybirdBeads said...

Love it...great comeback! :)

Iveth Morales said...

So cool!!

Lisa said...

These left-overs prove nothing dear, you already posted such photo in previous post, so what? They are the same left-overs produced by the machine.
May I suggest a phrase to cut, here "I love you more than the machine that made this card"
http://www.flickr.com/photos/theabsoluteluckiest/5446396873/in/pool-silhouettemachine
Not my idea, but reminds me of your cards!

Storeyshop said...

I have nothing to prove to you. If you can't cut as neatly as I can, then it's lucky you have your machine.

Lisa said...

Again I'm not in a competition with you, in no way. I have my machine for my "leasure", not to "bluff" on people who never know,,and to get some extra pennies!

Kitty said...

*YAWN* Lisa,
Stop being such a lemon lips, its time for you to toddle off and speak to people who actually want to listen to you now. Maybe get going on that machine of yours, for "leasure" (spell check much?)
Of course you're not in competition with Storeyshop; you said yourself her work is MUCH neater than yours so why would any of Storeyshops shoppers be interested in 2nd rate goods?

Ta ta lemon lips!

PS Brilliant 'handy' work Storeyshop x

The Rainbow Room said...

Helen - have you considered talking to a solicitor about these slanderous comments?

Bella Bobbin said...

Helen - "this is nice - I like it!"