Good morning one and all. Hope you are all fine and dandy.
No further mishaps to report. Fortunately, the shelves are a flat pack free standing unit from Ikea that fix together with an allen key and hammer and tacks for the backboard. I'm not a fan of drilling holes in the walls so tend to go for free standing units.
My shin is still tender and aching and the bruising is more pronounced now than 2 weeks ago when I did it. Mr D thinks I should go for an x-ray but I would have thought I wouldn't be able to walk if it was broken.
Anyhoo on to lighter things.
Now, today's card is another of the samples I mad for John. I think I saw it lurking in the background rather than it being shown. Its mega simple, I know, but perfect for batch making.
CE Brunswick Green foundation card
CE Rich Red foundation card
John Lockwoods 12 Days of Christmas 8x8 paper pad
SB 2010 Heirloom Ornament bauble die
Sue Wilson Frosty Swirls embossing folder
CE bakers twine
CE Christmas sentiments stamp
Cosmic Shimmer Berry Red PVA pearls
Cottage Ivy Memento Dew Drop ink
The paper baubles are glued to some cut from white card for extra stability.
Now, normally, I break out in hives and a cold sweat at the thought of felt or twine. but have to say, I think this called for the twine rather than ribbon. . . . . . excuse me whilst I shiver hahaha!!!
Thank you for your kind comments on these festive offerings. There's a few more to come if that's ok?
That's me for now. Lunch out with Nesta and a couple of other friends today so something nice to look forward to (as well as ogling Paul Hollywood this evening. . . . . . . . nice buns!!!!!!!)