Friday, 2 March 2012

It's that time again...
Planning Bar Mitzvah Numero 2...
Apparently doing 1 isn't enough...
So here we are finding ourselves in pre-BM mayhem once again...

All the plans are in place and apart from all the clothes shopping (shame that) that will need to be done, the main thing left is the invites...
Queue yours truly.

I started printing them yesterday and true to form I have off cuts that I simply can't bear to throw.
I'm certain they are fit for nothing, apart from filling up your recycling bin, but I just can't bring myself to chuck them.
I thought some would make cute little book marks, some could be used to make paper chains, but quite frankly I am a bit overwhelmed with everything else going on that it won't be me doing that.

So...would you like them??
Just leave me a message with a way I can contact you to get them posted to you.

And don't worry...there will be plenty for everyone...these are just from the first 20 invites...I've another 80 to go...

10 comments:

Lesly said...

Pretty! Can I have a couple? Mazel tov on your upcoming simcha! Which is his parasha?

Laura @ Needles, Pins and Baking Tins said...

They are screaming PAPER CHAINS to me!

Fiona @ Poppy Makes said...

Oh my daughter would love a few of them Karen :)
What a nice offer!

JULIA said...

Hallo,
I would like to have one //(-_-)\\
Thanks in advance
juliagp@movistar.es
Julia

Gill said...

Could I have one please karen??

Pink Stitches said...

Lovely - would make lovely book marks for all my teacher planners!! If the offer is there for one then thank you!

Indianna said...

They'd make super little gift tags. Thanks for recycling.

**nicke... said...

oh look at all that orange! lovely! i would LOVE some... and karen, did you know you are a no reply blogger...???

Louanne said...

I would love to surprise my daughter with a sample of your beautiful prints...she is as hooked on colour and print as I am.

Louanne said...

They are beautiful "scraps" - I would love to see your printing up close and surprise my daughter with one. She and I are both hooked on colour and great prints...Loving your work from afar.