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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 31 years. I have 3 children and 3 stepchildren. 12 Grandchildren and 2 LittleGreat Granddaughters and a Great Grandson. I have been card making for about 14 years.
Wednesday, 23 January 2013

BOX FOR THE BABY GIRL CARD

Good evening dear blog friends and visitors.
I do hope you have had a wonderful day, and those that have 
had the snow are managing to keep nice and warm.
THANK YOU for all your wonderful comments on my Baby
Girl Card.
I was so thrilled with them all especially the one from the 
Pink Gems D T member who made a fabulous comment on 
my entry into their challenge.

Today I have had to visit the hospital in Canterbury for a further
check up on my eyes. I can't believe a sight test and an eye scan 
can take two and half hours.
The problem with my eyes started about 3 years ago when I 
would loose a letter or a number in a word or figures. It seems I 
have a condition called Mactel for short version of a big long
name. This is basically cysts behind the eyeball which will
result in me loosing a lot of my eyesight one day, but it's very
slow moving and hopefully that will be many years from  now.
When I visit your blogs I have to zoom your text to be able to 
read it. Well that's enough of my probs I expect there are more
people with worse than that to cope with out there.

So to the box to go with the Baby Girl Card.

Click on the photo to enlarge the picture.

Thank you again for your visit and comments.
I hope you all have a wonderful crafty day, and are keeping 
nice and warm.
Lots of crafty love.  JENNY.

11 comments:

cuilliesocks said...

My goodness Jenny what wonderful work, simply beautiful. This will be such a wonderful keepsake for whoever receives it, Kate x

Marie-Louise said...

Beautiful Jenny. The box and card will be kept for a very long time I'm sure. Lovely memories.

Sue - bearhouse said...

Your box is beautiful Jenny and matches your card perfectly,
Hugs Sue

Sue said...

Hi my special fairy godmother xxx the card and the box are just so beautiful I love seeing your creations Jenny. Hope you havent got too much snow, we had lots and it started to thaw but then hubby looked at weather forecast :( hope its wrong LOL although Ollie loves it it wears me out walking in it oh the joys of getting older! huggles hun stay warm xxxxxxx

Oksana said...

Lovely box Jenny! Thanks for your comment on WOYWW, yes you should join in next week, I have lots of lovely crafty messages!x

Carol Yates said...

This will surely be a keepsake to treasure now Jenny. Good luck at the hospital, hope your dad is fine now.
Carol.x

Patricia said...

Good morning Jenny,
That eye thing does not sound so good. Hope they manage to keep it at bay. Keep going for the eye test no matter how much of a bother it may be.
Loved the card and here comes a stunning box to match. That is a keepsake to hang to for ever.
Just a little snow overnight so hopefully we will get out to stock up on the "fresh" food stuff.
Keep warm and keep on crafting

Patricia. XX

Christine Harrop said...

Didn't manage to look the other day so I'm just seeing both the gorgeous card and box today. Absolutely lovely Jenny. You had told me about your eyes previously. Hopefully it will be many many more years before things become worse!! Christine x

Pop's Cards said...

Good Morning sweetie, wowzers this is amazing!!! Hope you get on ok today Huggles Pops x x x

Wilma Brown said...

Hi Jenny thought I had commented yesterday but both your card and box are amazing consdering the trouble you have with you eyes. Go for your appoint, needs must.

Wilma x x x

Planetsusie said...

Hi Jenny - totally beautiful box for your card. I love the layout. Can I also say that I am sorry about your eye problem, I knew that you preferred reading larger print but didn't know this was the cause. I'm glad to hear that it is a slow progressing problem though - the slower the better.

Big hugs to you blog buddy Sue Pxxx