It's kind of a rhetorical question because ..... Tuesday's brought ..... MORE RAIN!! SURPRISED? Me either!!!
Oh dear, this has turned in to a rather photo heavy post - it's pretty obvious to me that Mr Mojo is alive and well, and on a bit of a Christmas-fest!!!
I've been trying not to post every day but, with the hyperactive mojo - if this post is photo heavy - imagine if I'd left it till tomorrow!!! Actually, I blame the weather, if it was sunny and dry I'd probably have been out at the weekend or yesterday and there wouldn't be half so much to share with you all.
- 15cm square white, 300 gsm, scallop edged card and matching sized envelope
- 5½ x 13½cm panel of white card (x2 as I duplicated this design for the inside of the card)
- 6 x 14cm panel of black card (x2 as I duplicated this design for the inside of the card)
- Kaisercraft "bubble wrap" image stamped on to white card panel using Versamark ink
- Pan Pastel in permanent red applied with a soft tool and then buffed with a paper towel before setting with hairspray
- Hero Arts sentiment and Chocolate Baroque snowflake image stamped using Versafine onyx black ink
|I revisited this design because I LOVED it!!!|
- 15cm square white, 300gsm, scallop edged card and matching sized envelope
- Grey linen effect card and Navy ribbed card, for matting on the card outer and inside
- Off cuts of white card cut to fit the Kaisercraft images
- Kaisercraft "Graffiti" image stamped on to the white card using Versamark ink and then pan pastels (a combination of ultramarine and turquoise shade) applied with a soft tool
- Kaisercraft "tiny dots" stamped using Distress Ink in broken china
- Chocolate Baroque "snowflake" and Hero Arts sentiment stamped using Versafine onyx black ink
As usual, I've carried the design across the inside of the card and both the front and back of the envelop so here's how the envelope turned out
I made the one below with this challenge in mind (the theme being "Circles, spots and dots") but I just couldn't take to it, even though there's nothing actually wrong with it - it just doesn't flow, IMHO. I used polka dots and a circle punch too ... nice - but no cigar, as they say!
- Tall thin cream card blank and matching sized envelope
- DCWV "winter stack" papers in red and red/white
- Martha Stewart PATP edging punch
- White card offcut
- Hero Arts sentiment stamped on to white card offcut using Versafine onyx black ink
- ? Christmas tree stamped directly on to base card using Adirondack bottle green ink
- Stardust stickles used to highlight the tree
Last night I was at dog training with my pal (and, of course, her pooch - Mally) from my school days (that's the pal, not the dog! in case you were wondering!!!) and this morning sees me heading out to meet another pal from my schooldays, for coffee and a bit of a catch up. Having spoken to them both in quick succession I'm HOPING we can reschedule our evening out, postponed from just before Christmas due to illness.