Grand Prix and vintage cars

It is true that these cards are not really pictures of anything remotely suitable for today’s Grand Prix races, but aren’t they lovely and vintage!

I was thinking about these images as I was watching the race from Bahrain at the weekend as Richard is a massive Formula 1 fan. We have joined some friends in a fantasy F1 competition for the past two or three years – and last year to my absolute delight, I a lone female amongst the males, actually won, and not only won our competition but placed nationally amongst F1 fans playing the game – ha ha! If you listen to Richard he would say just pure luck – I would say no, it was carefully studied form, enthusiastic attention paid to all the Sky Sports programmes we watch… well, OK, maybe it was a bit of luck… But it’s fun to join in and we like checking how we did each week!

If the person you are making a card for is a car fan, then there are several possibilities for artwork or dies that could be suitable. Whether a carefully constructed VW camper van is your style or a racing car – there’s something for everyone on the website. I love old cards as in these illustrations by Kevin Walsh. We are working on a new set of pads from Kevin that should be available later in the year – something gentle, vintage and festively Christmas themed! Watch this space…

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  1. denise stocks says:

    Good morning Joanna. Lovely samples, I got Kevin’s “Nostalgia CD when first released and have made some lovely cards with it. Something on there for everyone. Can’t wait for the new pads. Enjoy your day Denise

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  2. Tracy W says:

    Fabulous card, my dad would love these images. Oh you are teasing us with Christmas, can’t wait for a look at the new festive pads. Creative Blessings, Tracy x

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  3. Nannieannie says:

    Love these projects Joanna. Saw someone driving an Austin A35 the other day. Was the first car I had over 55 years ago. I was amazed to see it still on the road. (It wasn’t the one I had). Look forward to the Christmas pads.

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