Good morning everyone,
I would like to say a big thank you for all the lovely comments that were left for me yesterday. I am thrilled to know that you like the invitations I made, and Eileen, you were correct, I managed to do three layers of paper per die, so it cut down on the passes through my GC immensely.
Well today I have an old card, one I made last year in fact. I wanted to show you one of my favourite colour combinations and as I haven't had time to finish a new card for you I thought I would show this instead. Those of you with the wonderful talent of colouring will notice that it is not one of my talents, I am still following tutorials by Bev Rochester and Dena Concienne to hopefully improve. Boy can those two colour! So many talented promarker/copic users....me I'm at the bottom lookingup adoringly.... he he.
I don't know about you but I am hoping today will turn out to be a clear and rain free day. Yesterday was horrible, with the rain coming and going all day long. I had to have the heating on again as the downstairs of the house was truly cold. I am lucky when in the 'office' (that's what we call my craft room), the computers seem to keep it warm all day, but then I go downstairs and get the shock of my life!
We will have nice weather soon, we will, we will! We will have nice weather soon, ......! Fingers crossed aye guys?!
I hope whatever you do today is a success and you end the day with a smile on your face.
Big hugs Linda x
ps I have now included my email address on my profile, so anyone needing it can find it there from now on.
My Recipe:- White 8x8 Base card 300gsm; Blue & Red card for matting; Spellbinders Foliage, Labels 21, Anemone flower; Image is Gothika from Krista Smith at Saturated Canary; Ribbon Slider Buckle; Ribbons, Gems & Papers from my stash.