Good morning everyone. What a beautiful spell of weather we are having.
I have to be careful sitting out in the Sun, due to one of my tablets having a possibility of making my skin photosensitive, but I have managed to warm the old bones.
Have had some indoor time though, getting some samples done for Mr Lockwood for this week. Hopefully, they will pass muster.
Have also been having to sort out little pressies Lily has been bringing us. Since last Thursday, we have had 1 bird, 1 live mouse (which soon became a dead one) and 3 other dead mice. Molly, on the other hand, bought me.........................a cooked pork sausage!!!
That was at the weekend so I don't know if some poor neighbour was missing part of their weekend fry up lol!!!
Now, today's creation is the recent good luck card I sent to Kate. The last blog card was for her concert last November and today's was for her April event.
Kate had mentioned that they were performing a section of Handel's Alexander's Feast so I managed to find a free download of the music score and printed it off on some pretty floral vellum that I have.
Cream and pink card
Papermania Confetti Vellum
Foamiran rose made with SB Carnation die and leaves from SB Bitty Blossoms
CE Jacobean Floral embossing folder
CE gold satin ribbon
Its always pleasing when a card comes out just as you wanted it and thankfully, Kate liked it.
Well, time for a little wisty teasing.
I'm not sure what Maureen was incinerating from her comment on my last post. I was quite shocked (more so by the fact she reads the Daily Mail.........its Horse and Hounds and The Telegraph in this house) that she may be suggesting that our wisty was not up to scratch.
In fact, when I told Lily, this was her reaction..................
Obviously, it could have just been a cunning ruse to make me think that WART had diverted their attentions elsewhere! So, Molly is doing longer security shifts. . . . .
June S please feel free to replicate any of my designs. I feel flattered that folk would think they are good enough to reproduce.
Sandy, tomato pie sounds interesting and Stephanie, I will definitely post snaps of the tomatoes when they fruit.
Karen, I need to know why you can't eat citrus. I can't have grapefruit as it reacts with some of my tablets but didn't know citrus in general can be bad for you.
June F, I'll be interested to see what you attach the bells to.
Back at the hospital again today for the eye appointment. Haven't a clue what they will be doing (perhaps I don't want to know) though I guess that they will re-do the puffer test (don't know the technical term for it) and hopefully it will be normal this time so there is no other poking and prodding required, not that there are many areas left of me that haven't been poked and prodded.
On that note, I will bid you adieu for now.
Enjoy the rest of the sunshine.