Good morning all, hope you are all well.
I actually managed a day in the craft room yesterday, great I thought, no interuptions. Hubby was busy sorting something out in the flat above the shop, my eldest was doing a 13 hour shift at the hospital and my youngest was at work till 4:30 so I got started.
Meow, meow, meow, OMG, down two flights of stairs, cos she wants feeding. Fed and watered, back upstairs I went.
Meow, meow, meow, down two flights of stairs, wants to go out now, so let her out then back upstairs.
Woof, woof, woof, OMG someone at the door, back down two flights of stairs, opens the door and there's the cat waiting to come in!
Back upstairs, just sat down and my mobile started to ring, where the ......OMG ..... it's downstairs!
I've decided it's better when someone else is here to see to the cat, answer the door, get the phone and the million other interuptions.
Ahhh hubby's back, Hiya, he shouts, 'What's for tea'
Did manage to make this for a challenge at LOTV. I love these stamps. I've made a border round the image with my Martha Stewart PATP, I've seen it done a few times on some wonderful blogs I visit so decided to give it a go. Had the punches for ages but not really used them much. I really like the effect, hope no-one minds me copying lol.
LOTV image-Winter fairy, coloured with promarkers and copics, lots of glitter for her wings and cut out with Spellbinders circle.
Card is from Kanban, which I distressed using Tim holtz distress tool, then stitched.
Martha Stewart, PATP
Magnolia swirl, Cheery Lynn- leaves die
Added some cheesecloth, snowflakes around the image is Martha Stewart punch and added gems. The clear butterflies I picked up at a craft show, added a heart from Mei flower. The joy charm, bell and ribbon were from stash
Sentiment-LOTV, new grunge set, love em.
Hugs Sue X