Wednesday, 16 July 2008

Look What I Got (he he he)

I received this beautiful card and a present from Greta, The card is good enough to eat, it is in chocolate and toffee colours and is totaly scrumptious.


Greta received some of these from her son as a joke and I asked her to find out where to get them & today I received som in the post from Greta, wasn't that a lovely thing to do?

I'm not sure if they will see the day out.



11 comments:

Greta said...

OMG Jak! I certainly didn't expect you to put my card on here. How embarrasing! I had to push myself to send you a card at all since yours are so gorgeous. Enjoy the sweeties- lol!
Greta x

Joanne said...

Greta, you shouldn't be embarrassed to have your card on here - it's a gorgeous card. Very elegant and stylish - and as Jak says, looks good enough to eat!!

Anonymous said...

great card Greta.......enjoy the sweeties Jak.....luv Dimps xxx

Margaret A said...

Hope Greta wasn't trying to tell you something, Jak.
Love the card Greta...some of my favourite colours too....and I'm just about to use my new little c/b flowers.

Anonymous said...

fab card Greta...enjoy the sweets Jak

shellshearerxx

Anonymous said...

Lovely card Greta and what a lovely idea like the look of those sweeties too lol enjoy Jak
Myrax

Sue said...

have to agree, what a scrumptious card and the sweets look good too. Ha ha!!

PeeJay said...

The card is really elegant Greta so there's no need to be embarrassed at all. Hope the sweets were as good as the card Jak - lol!!

Mogs said...

Scrummy card and pressie Jak. Greta don't be embarrassed!

Norma said...

Lovely card Greta, i love the colours. Bet you enjoyed those sweeties Jak

Norma x

Bev said...

There are four Jellyatrics - lemon-flavoured Bill Bird, who wears a flat cap and runs a sanctuary for injured birds; raspberry-flavoured Bryan Bashful who is a retired university professor with a walking stick; orange-flavoured Frau Zimmer, fond of baking, and her best friend, Olive Green, known as the fastest knitter in Jellytown.

I believe you can buy them in some Age concern shops or from Hawkins Bazar on the net.

Lovely card as well.