My friend and fellow work at home business owner, Liz Felgate of Liz Felgate Crafts, designs the most adorable handcrafted cards. I saw her work on her website and just had to have one, or two or three. And for those of you who know me, you know exactly why I need three. LOL!
My sons will be turning 3 in October and when I saw a photo of Liz's Thomas the train card, I just had to ask her to custom make birthday cards for my boys. So I bought one birthday card for each wee one and waited anxiously for them to get to me in the mail. When they got here…they looked so amazing…even better in person. The quality of the card stock Liz uses is very sturday and durable -- no flimsy cards at all. The ribbons, the vibrant colors, the designs and all the embellishments and creativity put into each card is just so special and unique I felt like no other wee one will have a birthday card like the ones I bought from Liz. See for yourself---Here are the pictures of the birthday cards:
You see why I just love them right? And I know the boys will love them too. Can't wait to see the excitement in their eyes and their smiles of wonder.
Aren't they all just wonderful? You just have to see her entire collection at her website. Like me you’ll want to buy one, or two, or three…or more!
Read on the learn more about my friend and creative genius, Liz Felgate. Her bio is below in her very own words:
About Liz Felgate & Felgate Crafts:
Originally from England I have been living and crafting in the US for nearly 9 years now. I love making greetings cards for all occasions and started making them as I could never find the right one for that special person or occasion. Over the years my designs have evolved and changed as I gain new experiences and inspiration from the world around me, along with learning new techniques.
I live with my husband Clive, Jelly the dog, and Casper the cat in Maryland. I love all sorts of things that are creative, including decorating, gardening and cooking. I also love to travel and see new places and I'm working through my 'Bucket List' of things to do and see. My latest accomplishments includes doing my first marathon and a triathlon.
In 2009 I decided that I wanted to turn my hobby of making cards into a business and so created my store on Etsy. Sales were a little slow to start but are getting quite steady now, and I'm learning along the way about all of the networking out there. I also sell my cards in a local gallery in Brunswick, MD and hope to get my cards into several other shops in nearby towns.
Get your own beautiful handmade card and visit Liz now at Liz Felgate Crafts.