Good morning everyone. Hope you're all well and looking forward to this Indian Summer we are supposed to be about to have.
Apologies for being missing from posting (bit of a rough week) but I have tried to keep up my visits to your blogs.
Thank you you to June and Maggie for clicking the "follow" button. June has kindly been commenting for a while and Maggie (Silvercrafter Blog) was one of the lovely ladies I met when Darnell came over to the UK in July.
I must also say welcome to some new ladies who have commented and been very kind.
Now, I know we are in September and I'm still showing samples I made for John's May/June show and I know this is featuring August's Child but there is only one more after this, promise lol!!! I know you're a forgiving bunch so you won't mind, will you???
CE ivory and rich plum card
SB Swirl Stripe Panel
SB Fancy Postage Stamps die
Sue Wilson Ara Mini Gemini
John Lockwood Summers Child Stamp (sentiment)
John Lockwood Nasturtium Everyday Sentiments (swirly stamp at the bottom)
Mei Flower plum ribbon
Memento Dew Drop Sweet Plum ink pad
This is a simple card to layer up but it was one of my favourite samples.
I hope you don't mind but I just thought I would show these beautiful flowers that arrived at a point where I was feeling particularly sorry for myself a couple of weeks ago. I apologise for the picture quality but I snapped them on my tablet. . . . . . . . .
A huge thank you to my wee pal Kate (Cuilliesocks) for cheering me up no end.
Thank you to all of you for your kind, concerned and encouraging comments. Its always touched me that you take the time to visit and leave comments but during the last couple of months, its been appreciated more than ever. (I would have just said I was touched but I know that would leave the door open for Maureen lol!!!)
I hope it wont be so long until next time. Be good!!!
Sadly, another spell in hospital as pulse went bonkers again last week and a couple of issues with the anticoagulant doing its job too well, so that's why I hadn't posted for a while.
Keeping everything crossed for things settling down.