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Birthday cards

What a day, last night I was driving past the office and my exhaust fell off. Yep just fell off! The car was bought brand new and is only 2 years old. So its booked into the dealership tomorrow to be looked at. I still have another years warranty on it but they have to look at it first to say if its covered. So its OK for a two year old cars exhaust to just fall off? We'll have to see what happens tomorrow.
In the mean time, we have three men at work who will be celebrating the big 40. I had an idea for something very simple and rather than make cards one at a time, this year I'm going to make them in batches. Here are three to kick this idea off.
 
 
all the same but a bit different.

Comments

Kirsty.a said…
NICE- ESPECIALLY THE MONOCHROME ONE
HOPE THE CAR IS COVERED
Hev said…
Hello Chuck
Long time no see. Hope you are keeping well and that you're car gets sorted on its warranty. I love the idea of doing cards in bulk. I did that for my xmas cards, don't know why I didn't think to do it for birthday cards too. It would definitely save on all the midnight to 2am mad dashes to get a card finished for the following day. Take Care
Luv Hev xxx
Em said…
Lovely cars Kathy. I love the simplicity of the design
Em said…
Oooops...that should say cards. I guess 'cars' are not the top of your 'happiness' list right now!

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