Hi again, it has been really cold today. I went off to craft today and the ladies were all sitting around in a freezing room. They were kind enough to put the heater on for me. I turned it off about 30 minutes before we packed up as I was getting a bit too hot and the temperature just plummeted again. It was much warmer in the car on the way home! The house wasn't too bad, but I started the wood fire about 3 p.m. and it has been going every since. Hope you have had better weather.
I took some of the digis I had printed off to colour so my stash of images is growing and can be really handy when I don't have a lot of time.
Our youngest son hasn't come home yet so hope he is okay. He went out with the Celica Club on a cruise night. I think they were driving up through the Adelaide Hills. I can't see the point of driving around in the dark! At least if they did it during the day they can look at the scenery and also see each others cars too!!!
I'm not sure if he has to work tomorrow.
It's our DIL's birthday today but she had something else to go to tonight so we are catching up with her for a meal on Sunday night. It was also their wedding anniversary yesterday, their ninth.
Well here is my card that I would like to share with you today.
I've used SU Early Espresso for the cardbase and the two DPs are from my new mini stack from Kaisercraft called "Lush Collection". The image is a digi I purchased from Justinklined and coloured with Copic Markers. The sentinment is from a clear set I've had for a while. I have lost the packaging but I think it is a Cristina Re set of stamps. I've used a sketch for the layout. I decorated the inside of the card to match the front and the sentiment is a stamp from stash which I bought ages ago on E-bay in a bulk lot of stamps and it has no writing on it showing a name only a number.
I would like to enter this into the following challenges:
Freshly Made Sketches - Challenge #33
Cute Card Thursday - Challenge 215 - One for the Boys
Make It Monday - #87 - Anything Goes
Thanks for popping in and to those who commented I enjoyed reading what you had to say.
front of card