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Jenny Lawrence

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Ashford, Kent, United Kingdom
Hi and welcome to cardsarus blog spot My name is Jenny Lawrence and I live in Kent. I am married to Tony, my dear and wonderful hubby. We have been married for 34 years. I lost my first Husband to the big C when I was quite young. I have 3 children and 3 stepchildren. 12 Grandchildren and 3 Little Great Granddaughters and a Great Grandson. I have been card making for about 17years. I have made things all my life as my Mum and Grand Mother taught me lots of hobbies. I have made my own clothes, knitted garments, hand embroidered items of clothing, and crocheted items too. I love to bake my own cakes as well.
Sunday, 2 December 2012

THE BOX TO THE STAR CARD

Good morning to all my dear and talented blog friends and visitors.
Well is Sunday morning again and Christmas is drawing ever
nearer. Yipee! 
 THANK you for all your wonderful comments as always I really
do appreciate them.
I am so sorry I didn't get to visit your blogs yesterday.
My daughter and I went Christmas shopping, and I came home
exhausted and had to have a little nap, after which my chef that's
my hubby had 2 migraines so I had to cook the tea, and then I had
to cook a Lemon Drizzle cake for my daughter's partner as we are
off to their house for late lunch tomorrow. 
So I will try and catch up tomorrow morning.
I hope you are all keeping nice and warm in this very cold weather.

My post today is the box for yesterdays star card.

Click on the photo to get a closer look.

This box I decorated in a similar way to the card but reversing 
the colours.
I forgot to mention yesterday that the pyramid design with
the Parisian Motifs was not my idea this idea was given to 
all of us on the lovely Linda Burrows blog creativeharmony
she was the one who thought of this lovely idea.
Thank you again for your visit.
I hope you all have a really wonderful and crafty Sunday.
Lots of crafty love. JENNY.

13 comments:

scottish crafter said...

Hi Jenny, the box like the card is stunning. Busy day yesterday, Sunday a day of rest, take it say.

Wilma x x

scottish crafter said...

Sorry ... Take it easy ...

Caroline said...

The box is every bit as beautiful as yesterday's card, I love the design. Have a lovely lunch with your daughter and the lemon drizzle cake sounds fab. Caroline xxx

Christine Harrop said...

Lovely box for a lovely card Jenny. Have a good day with your family. Love from Christine x

Sue - bearhouse said...

This is gorgeous Jenny. I love the design and wonderful colours.
I hope you have a good day

hugs Sue

Patricia said...

Oh! Wow! this box is stunning great to go with your beautiful card.
Have a good day, enjoy your Lemon Drizzle cake I can almost smell it here!!Mmmmm!!!

Patricia xx

Marie-Louise said...

Marvellous box Jenny - with your card it makes a lovely set. Your lemon drizzle cake sounds wonderful - you wouldn't like to put your recipe on here?????? Have a lovely day.

Patricia Howarth said...

Morning Jenny, Sorry to hear that John had a migraine, I do hope he is feeling better today, especially as you are out for lunch.
Your box for yesterday's card, is stunning, as always you have great attention to detail.
Have a lovely day.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Rita said...

Wow Jenny, your boxes are amazing. I can sympathize with your husband as I'm a sufferer too. Enjoy your Lunch. Hugs Rita xx

Sue said...

This is lovely Jenny, hope hubby is feeling better migraine is horrendous and i enjoy making lemon drizzle cake too but I never seem to get a piece! lol huggles hun xxx

Carole Z said...

Gorgeous Jenny...absolutely! Mmmmm love lemon drizzle cake! Carole Z xx

Jenny L said...

Hi Marie-Louise,
I make my lemon drizzle cake the all in one method.
8 ozs of SR Flour
7 ozs of Golden caster sugar
7 ozs of Flora Marge
1 teaspoon of Baking Powder
2 Large Eggs
Rind of a lemon
1 teaspoon of lemon essence.
I mix all this together in a mixer
Bake it in an oven at 180c for an hour
While this is cooking I mix granulated sugar and lemon juice
together and leave it stand till the cake is baked.
I then make holes in the top of the cake while still hot, and
spoon the mixture over the cake.
Leave the cake till it cools down in the tin and then turn out.
I hope this helps.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

Planetsusie said...

Hi Jenny this is really lovely, together with the card. I love the colours and the dies you have chosen. Gorgeous.

Big hugs Sue Pxxx and Pidgy

PS I've pinched a copy of the Recipe. yum yums