25 May 2015

I have been playing ….

Well as I keep testing and practicing new techniques, new materials and new stock, I have to say I never thought that card making could be so addictive.
During Spring/Summer time is more restricted, there’s always more time spent in the garden, with friends.
Work is very busy at the moment, so any spare time is just so precious, and every day I just feel so blessed, so thankful that I can create something that gives me total pleasure.
I don’t do as much as I would like, I take too much time, creating, thinking and putting them together.
Last week I only had about a dozen left, in stock, and a very Special Person, just took them all
Well that means I have no stock at the moment, so I better put my skates on
People keeping asking me about selling them, they are being sold, but not online yet, they don’t make it to the web, they taken before hand
So really I should do something about it.
I know, but for me, it’s more about the journey, at the moment. I’m sure it will change in the near future, but for now, I’m just enjoying the process
I’m a Very Lucky Lady, that’s all I can say
Here are some cards and a box with some chocolates




The one with the owls, I took the idea from You Tube


The box card it was a Special one, for Mother’s Day, and yes Mum loved it

Anyway have a great week, and as for me, I‘m going to rebuild my stock
Take care xx

1 comment:

  1. You have a wonderful site and I like you follow your rules to be content. I lived is Steeple Aston, Oxfordshire, England from 2/663/-2/65. My husband, npw ex was in USAf and stationed at Upperheyford RAF. I was sad when they closed in down in late 90's. We lived in the village and no central heating, but I never complained. Loved your country and would like to return someday, but at 73, I better start saving my money- HA! Will be 74 July 10. I read the Oprah article and this is when I began being satisfies with my life. I am a retired high school educator 14-16 or older range. Am a Reading Specialist, so the students were taught many aspects of our ever changing world. Would like to teach at the university level, however I have CHRONIC FATIGUE IMMUNE DEIFIENCY SYNDROME, FOR 30 YEARS. I sleep when I need to and quilt when I can or do crafts. I think I will start my journal again and follow your suggestions.
    Well, it is time to get a cuppa.
    I live in metro area of Denver, Colorado, USA - moved here after I retired to be with my daughter (only)child and 3 grandsons. Oldest in University and 2 youngest are in Middle School. Middle School is grades 6-9 and High School is 9-12 and then off to university. I taught al a large high school in Rapid City, SD USA. 2400 students - building had to be added on 3 years ago. It was built in 1076 when I moved to Colorado.

    Enjoyed your blog. Will the demise of EU hurt your business?

    Helen White