Good Saturday Morning Ladies,
I hope that you are all well and enjoying your weekend.
Our first craft Project this week is the amazing Mixed Media Panel above that has been beautifully made by our Janet, I love that Stencil you have used Janet, which is a Clarity Stencil designed by Leonie Pujil, its such a beautiful image, I love how you have used different mediums to add depth and texture to your panel Janet, the flowers, butterfly and pearl embellishments really add a touch of luxury and bring the piece to life.
Thank you so much for sharing it with us all my lovely. xxx
Danielle was sent a Table Place card die to make so samples with last weekend and this fantastic gift bag is just one of the projects that she came up with, she never ceases to amaze me, I would have never thought of that in a million years. I think that the colour and luxury card that you have used make it look proper classy Danielle, thank you for allowing me to share it today. xxx
Next up we have Michele's fantastic magazine review...…..
Michele's Magazine Review
Papercrafter magazine has a cute set of Dies this month-you might recognise the foliage Dies as I used them on last weeks challenge card!
Just look at the different cards you can make using the free gift.
Diecutting Essentials has a great free gift this month-Paris in the springtime.
The first feature using the free gift show is quite a variety of cards.
The second feature shows us how to use this free gift on paper craft projects other than cards. Perfect for weddings.
There’s a great feature on Partial Diecutting which is explained very well. Also there’s a brilliant feature on Easter cards-making the most of your stash to create some lovely cards.
That’s all until next week.
Thank you so much Michele for another fantastic review, I do love those Paris dies, I am very tempted!! xxx
Well ladies I am hopefully now on the road to recovery, my Liver readings are on their way back down to normal and my body is starting to fight back and recover, I think that the evidence points to the Bisoprolol as the reason for the bad reaction, although they did say that it was not a 'normal' common side effect, we have to decide now whether to try it again with bloods either side or just try something different, I think I will opt for the latter as I don't ever remember feeling that unwell, so not willing to chance it returning.
I have had to make a speedy recovery as we have three orphaned lambs warming by the aga, having feeds every two hours, which by the time you have worked your way around all three and washed bottles doesn't leave you a lot of time. They were super poorly to start with so fingers crossed they will start to gain strength. It has reminded me of when Sophie and Lucy were babies, non stop feeds and nappy changes!
You can guess what my weekend will involve, I hope you have a good one.
Love and hugs to all,