Hello to You All, hoping you are well and enjoying the weekend, but if your not so well, sending kind thoughts that will feel better soon.
Yesterday was a cracker here with sun and heat so we took ourselves to Lossiemouth for the afternoon, it was so busy, but lovely to see so many folk taking advantage of the good weather. We had a walk on the beach whilst eating our ice cream, and watched the brave folk who went in for a paddle. After that we went into Elgin for a food shop..must needs and then finished off with a fish tea, then home. Boy were we tired, enjoying yourself is tiring work, but someone has to do it. To be fair though my overload of carbohydrates was to blame for most of my tiredness.
Today, is overcast and pretty cold. It's amazing how the weather can change from day to day.
I have no photos as not only did I forget the camera, but forgot my phone, felt naked without it, so not photos.
My washing machine is getting plenty use as I've pulled out my summer clothes and washed them as we are off to Madeira in May, and the down side is that I'm looking at a pile of ironing, but I'm delighted with my new machine. We are looking forward to our holiday, a place we have never been before and we've chosen the time to be there for the Flower Festival. It's been while since we had a sunshine holiday, going more to Scandinavian countries
So my card today is another little Chocolate Baroque creation;
Crocuses from the Songbird-Crocus stamp set and coloured with Derwent Inkintens Pencils matted on to some silver miri card and the background is coloured with the same pencils scribbled on the base card, just a simple little card, I love the image so much I didn't want to add anything else.
It's my second card for the colour challenge and although I've used the colour pallet, I've made the colours much softer, here is the colour challenge swatch;
Thank you all so much for your comments on my previous card, very much appreciated.
Before I go here are a couple of Best Pals;
Butter wouldn't melt in their mouths. Damian must have snapped this while they were having some downtime from digging holes and chewing wood.
That's all for now, enjoy your Sunday and see you soon,
I would like to enter my card into;http://chocolatebaroquechallenge.blogspot.co.uk/2017/03/challenge-thirty-three.html
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