Good afternoon, another lovely one here in Sunny Derbyshire. This week I have been out and about quite a bit with the weather being so nice. So there has not been a lot of crafting done.
On Sunday it was time for a change on the stitching front, so I put away my SAL project and out came those Dolls again. Despite not having much time for stitching I feel this has gone well so far,
and I will stick with this until next Sunday. When I will take another picture to share the rest of my progress with you, next Wednesday.
On the card front – do you remember the little boy with the map from last week. There is now a little girl to match. I thought these would be ideal for teens etc who were setting off for university or maybe on a gap year. In the pics it looks like one card is so much smaller that the other but its just the shape. The boy is a 6×6 and the girl is a 5.7
there were a few more , a fun wedding card.
This is a mixed up card. I love the Bestie digi stamps by the talented Sherri Baldy. The best this about digi stamps is unlike a normal stamp you are not limited to size, so I can make nice big images. However sometimes when cutting these particular ones, the neck is so narrow that the head falls off. I had put a few of these into a box at one point and they was unsure which head belonged to which doll. I decided it didn’t matter they were all cute, and this one I know has the wrong head but somewhere along the line you will see someone dressed very funky with a Geisha’s neat and tidy hair and make up. lol
Lastly there are three more for the Christmas card box, these first two were made using Thomas Kinkade images from a fabulous 3cd set I bought from Joanna Sheen a good few years back.
The last one is from a CD by La Pashe called the “Best of 2012”. This weeks theme at the Christmas card group was Christmas Puds and/or Mince Pies, so how could I resist this.
I will leave this little chap as my farewell for today and see you next time I hope. Thank you for visiting and don’t forget to leave a comment if you have time, I always love reading what you have to say.