Saturday night here after a quiet morning with a couple of the boys dropping in - still getting their bikes and gear ready for their trip away. The craft group I go to on Saturdays has been off for several weeks and I've had some things on as well so it's been at least a month since I went. Today we got together, there were only 3 of us, it's usually a full house with 8 of us sitting around the table. So... we had an impromptu card lesson in between getting some beading done. I took a double slider card that holds a chocolate bar. The only problem was it needed to be tweaked as we don't have the American chocolate bar that was used in the video and that made a difference to the width of the sides. I'd played around with mine at home but then took the measurements off the video and they just didn't work. Anyway the girls got the idea and it gives me a bit of time to play a bit more and get it right and then share it with the whole group.
Hubby wasn't home when I got back, so I did a bit of commenting for DT commitments and then made him something to eat when he finally got here. He'd been to our daughter's cutting the grass for her. He did do ours before he left!!!
Anyway, I did sit down to make a card tonight, I skipped last night as I was tired and couldn't think of anything to make.
Here's the pic...
Front of card
Inside of card - sorry I scanned it a bit crooked
SU Night of Navy for basecard
Darker brown DP is from DCWV Adhesive Paper Prints
Light Brown paper is from Kaisercraft 61/2 paper pad called "Blae & Ivy"
Sorry I stamped the image a while ago and not sure who this stamp is from. In fact I'm not sure where I put this stamp set!!! Something else to search for, LOL.
Sentiment is from See-D's set of stamps
SU Choc Chip inkpad
Ribbon from stash
I am entering this into the following challenges:
Freshly Made Sketches - Sketch #57 ~ a sketch by LeAnne
Clearly Inspired Challenges - Challenge 62 ~ All tied up - use ribbon or twine
Well, that it from me once again, have an enjoyable weekend.