Michelle had two great projects for us to try & also decorating a mint Pattie ( AKA Elizabeth Shaw mint crisp )
Thank you to everyone that came along, I hope you enjoyed yourselves.
I have already booked my next party in February on Friday 20th at 7pm, but this one will be slightly different as I have decided to do a scrapbooking themed party, so if you fancy coming along then you will need to bring some photo's with you.
Both cards use my favourite seasons of Joy set
Although the picture doesn't show the colours too well we have used Ruby red & always Artichoke, now these two colours are a must have for your Christmas palette.
This card uses a combination of colours that I wouldn't have imagined together Bravo Burgundy & Sage Shadow....they work so well together its a combination I will definitely bee using again.
All of the cardstock & inks are from the co-ordinated Stampin up range.
Well it started snowing here on Friday evening and it has been that way for most of the weekend, it's not currently snowing but the sky is very white & it looks like there is plenty more snow to fall yet. The weather was just the excuse I needed to stay in and make my Sister in laws Christmas card order. I have left my new 6ft stamping table up in the lounge and have been working on 4 batches of cards all weekend, just stopping to Blurf & feed the family.
Bramble popped out to chase the kitten around the garden after she escaped.
Tallulah escaped to see what all of the fuss was about in the snow, Bramble went out & tried to chase her in, but after about 10 minutes of chasing her around the garden she came in of her own accord & then went and sought out a quiet place in the craft room.