My Christmas card from
Good Morning Ladies,
I hope that you are all well, I think we have finally started to thaw out down our Crescent, yesterday we still had the same 3 or 4 inches of snow but it had frozen solid, because we got down to about -8 here on Monday night, it sounded very 'crunchy' out there yesterday, it was nice to have the girls home too, although there is no longer any excitement when the snow has fallen, I fondly remember the radiators full of tiny gloves dripping wet from building snowmen, the endless changes of socks and trousers. I love hearing the excitement it brings though, any large area of parkland suddenly fills with families laughing and squealing with excitement.
I received Janet's card in the post yesterday, it's so lovely to receive 'Happy Mail' isn't it, we got quite a bundle today as the postie would have struggled around here. It is such a stunning easel card, made using the gorgeous 'Velvet' look red card from Pink Frog, it makes a stunning backdrop to the Die'sire Create-a-card Scenic Village die cut that Janet has used. What a gorgeous image! The sentiment makes the stopper for the 'Easel' part of the card, Janet has also added a lovely verse.
Thank you my lovely friend for such a beautiful Christmas card. XXX
Sadly no Crafting with Pat today as she is at her 'usual haunt', I will be thinking of you today my lovely, hopefully it will be a straight forward in and out appointment.
I spent the whole afternoon making inserts and envelopes for all of my Christmas cards, a lesson learned, do it when you make the card, what a time consuming job, Mt cards turned out to be All Shapes and sizes, thank heavens for the Envelope punch board!!
I hope you all stay warm and dry today,
Love and HUGE hugs,