Hello to You All, I hope everyone is fit and well and having a super weekend. It's been a lovely day here, although cold it was dry, if a bit misty.
Thank you all very much for visiting me and leaving your lovely comments, especially Janice Wallace who doesn't have a blog, so I can't return the visit, so I do appreciate you popping in Janice.
Welcome too the my two latest followers, Kristie and Pawscreatively, I'm so pleased to have you here and I hope you will come back and see me soon. I will be popping in to see you just as son as I can.
This has to be a quick post Friends, as guess what, yes, I've got the cold. I managed to get through the day at work as it's my last day before a few days off, in fact though my colleague Michelle was struggling with the cold too, we were like a pair of book ends, fortunately the group dynamics were such that it was an easy pleasant day.
So for our Christmas Card Club Challenge this time around the theme is Snowy Trees and was our lovely Mary's choice, here is my offering;
I took inspiration from a Christmas Card out friend Dougie sent us, and the minute I saw it I thought that's the one I want to make as batch cards for next year. So this is my first attempt and I'm rather pleased with it.
Inkylicious Bare Trees Stamp set. DI for background, Memento Ink in Grey Flannel and London Fog for trees.
Sentiment from LC, Dovecraft Crystal Sparkle, Krylon pen in Silver and SN to make leaves on tree, Gems from my box.
The snow and fir trees are part of my photo editing program and not the card.
Thank you Mary for the challenge, I enjoyed taking part.
We have had a lovely Valentine's Day, when I came home Alistair has set the table, resplendent with a vase of beautiful lillies, and candle lit in an big green Appetise bottle. I had to smile at the effort, especially as we are not short of beautiful candlesticks. Anyway, we had a gorgeous Indian meal and both feeling stuffed. Alistair is sitting beside me as I type this, sound asleep. Changed Valentine's celebration to nineteen years ago, oh well, one has memories!
Well, I will say good night, I'm fairly wilting, and hope you had a lovely VD, if you celebrate it, and I fab Saturday.
Book-card with flowers
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