- 300 gsm white, scallop edged C6 card and matching envelope
- DCWV "Rock Star" card stack for blue matting layer
- Black card for matting
- White card panel, masked off using four post its before blending Distress Inks: weathered wood and faded jeans
- Rubbernecker image stamped using Versafine onyx black
- Clearly Wordsworth frame stamped in Brilliance Mediterranean Blue and sentiment in Versafine onyx black on to white card and distressed with D.I.'s in weathered wood and faded jeans on to white card and cut out before matting on to black card and cut out again.
- Crop-a-dile used in conjunction with four small eyelets set in to sentiment panel
Yesterday we decided to make the most of the sunshine and headed off ..... to St Augustine. It was dull and grey when we left and looked like rain for the first fifty miles but turned out to be a lovely day in St. Augustine, north Florida ...... here are some photos to share with you. I even managed to find a craft store, run by a lady named (and I'm going out on a limb here .....) Claire, who's 77 and planning to retire so, if you find yourself in St. Augustine this year head north on the A1 and it will be on your left ...... well worth a visit.
|Claire's Collectibles - I found one (or more) things to buy!|
|This greeted us as we pulled up at traffic lights|
|St Augustine is (I believe) the oldest township in Florida|
|Quaint, or what?|
|The Lighthouse we found as we headed south out of St Augustine|
|And the stash I acquired .....|