I had wanted to make one for ages & I decided on an oriental theme, because Jen is always very complimentary about my oriental cards. I think these photos, (courtesy of Jen) show the various elements quite well. It would take forever to list all the components, so if anyone wants more info please ask.
I think I said in an earlier post that I am terrible at taking photos, but while Jen was here we went to Stonehenge & I took these photos. They’re not too terrible, are they? The second photo was taken approximately 15 minutes after the first one & it shows how low in the sky the sun was. I know there are lots of faults with this photo, but I like it. We were very lucky with the weather that day; it was bitterly cold, but so sunny.
I’ll end this post with a few Christmas cards that I made earlier this week. I think I’ve had enough of Christmas cards now, I mailed the last few yesterday. I have some ideas for cards using spring colours & I’ve been given a commission. The Tilda card is for my partner in the December Friendship Swap at docrafts & the blue card is for Clare, the docrafts designer, who awarded me her last blog candy. The bauble & the sentiment are part of what I won & the backing paper is from Joanna Sheen.
The very last thing I will say tonight is that I hate this blog LO. Placing the pics is a nightmare & there are gaps everywhere when I publish it. It has to go.
Love & light.