We had another bitterly cold day yesterday, it tried snowing at various times during the day but at the time of writing this post nothing has settled, we had a very light dusting overnight, I was kind of sad, I am a big kid at heart and love to see the snow, I used to think it was because it meant the children would be able to stay off school to enjoy it and Paul would stay home too, but these days that isn't the situation but I still get so excited to see a lovely covering of snow!! My sister had a load more snow through Sunday night, her garden looked beautiful, she was just as excited as me, my girls are the same, they love it too.
I hope that you got to have your Covid Vaccination Janet as I saw on Sunday that a lot of the stations had to close because of the weather, such a shame for those that were relieved to be getting it at last. I saw a news report that said the over 50's should get their vaccination by May, I had hoped it would be sooner but we will have to wait and see. It certainly doesn't look like we will be going anywhere this year, Europe seem so far behind us with vaccinations etc that I think I would still pose too great a risk to travel, that's if borders are even open by late August. The down side of all of this is that we now have to start the battle to get our money back from out holiday company, they have had over £2000 of our money since last May, the suggested last year that they just swap the booking to this year at the same cost, which at the time we agreed to but with the situation as it is now I think that we are entitled to a refund, I certainly don't want to carry it over for another year, so watch this space, we will see how they respond.
Today's card is my second 'Flat' card for this weeks challenge. I simply masked a band of my card off with scrap paper and low tac tape and used a combination of tiny floral stamps from various stamp sets to create a simple pattern, the lighter pink isn't showing up that well on camera but it does with the card in your hand. A really simple card that took only a few minutes to stamp, I did however spend about half an hour choosing (A) the stamps and (B) the colours !!! I matted the stamped piece onto a similar coloured piece of card to make the pinks 'pop'!! Finally I adhered the whole lot onto a square base card.
I hope that you all stay safe and warm while the temperature stays so low,
Sending love and hugs to all of you,