Wednesday 24 December 2014

Merry Christmas to All My Blogging Friends!

Hello Everyone, well we are almost there, just one more sleep and it's the Big Day. I hope you are all organised. It's been hectic as usual, but I'm up to speed now.

Teallach had me up at 6am this morning, rascal that he is, but I decided to wrap the family presents, and what a rare time we had, Teallach pinched my ribbon, knocked all my bows down and started shuffling them along the carpet. Then next he got hold of the paper and had a bit of a tearing time.
Eventually got all the wrapping finished.

Thank you so much for all your lovely comments on my last makes, it makes it all worthwhile.
I thought I would show my last card of the year, it's the one I made for Alistair;
A little bit of Mr. Darcy here, using MCS Regency Seasons CD, this is actually the first time I've used it. Image, papers and sentiment are all from the CD, MB Snowflake Corner Die, Stickle for a bit of sparkle and pearls and gems from my box.
I have to say he loved it.

I'm going to have a break from Blogging over the next week or so, so I won't be around to comment.
So it just remains to say thank you for all the support, friendship and wonderful inspiration offered, you are a fab bunch of folk, and to wish each and Everyone of You a Very Happy Christmas and a Good New Year that is kind to you and yours, especially to those of you who have had struggles in one way or another this year. It's been very difficult for some of you I know, I'm particularly thinking of Rachel's Shaun, and keeping fingers crossed that he will waken for Christmas to be with is family. Take care of yourselves and see you in 2015'


Monday 22 December 2014

The Snowman for Fiona!

Good Evening Crafty Friends, I hope you are well and not getting too stressed as the Big Day gets nearer.  I've still got to do one or two things but mostly I'm there, and if I'm not too bad.

Thank you all for your kind comments on my last card, I do appreciate them.

We had our Christmas meal for the clients today organised by me and one of the clients, in years go by we cooked in the project for some 30 odd folk, a huge dinner with all the trimmings, I made the
Christmas cake and homemade sweets for every one, but it's too much for us now so it's easier to go out.  people seemed to enjoy it so that's the main thing.

Now my makes for today are for my friend Fiona, who is my choir buddy, who is mad about The Snowman---, well who isn't !
Using Card-io stamps and the free Snowman and Snowdog die from Inspirations Magazine, lots of Star Dust'
Using an image from Inspirations Magazine I made her a candle, Xcut Border punch and some lovely snowflake ribbon from Hobby Craft. First successful candle I've managed to do.
And a gift bag to put them in, paper, topper and sentiment from CC, Tonic Snowflake punch.
Sorry there are so many photos, but I thought I would show them altogether.
Now this little lot was my plan B, I bought a cross stitch bookmark of the Snowman, and I couldn't see the holes in the Aida to be able to sew it, I couldn't believe it as I don't need glasses for closeup work, disappointing, but you know what they say about old age!.

That's all from me tonight, hope to be back soon, take care everyone,

Friday 19 December 2014

Friday Oldie, Your One of My Nicest Thoughts!

Hello to Everyone and welcome to my Blog. I hope you are all keeping well, but I know that there are a few of you who are struggling just now, so I would just like to send you kind thoughts that life will improve for you and that you will feel better soon.

Thank you for visiting and commenting, I do appreciate it at this very busy time of the year. I'm having not managing to comment much just now, but I do scroll down my reading list and can see little photos of your creations and they are all lovely, I hope I can get back to normal soon.

Now some of my difficulties have been to do with my computer, I've had all sorts of nonsense with it and it's taking me sometimes the whole evening to work out how to fix it. First it was not getting on to Picmonkey and it said I didn't have Adobe Flash, which I did, then I lost my Libraries, which meant my documents, pictures, music and videos all disapeared. That was another night,s plans ruined. I then attemped to do this post this morning and got it all ready to publish and the whole thing said there was an error, and the damn post disappeared.  I had to go to work then so couldn't  fix anything. so here I am again and hoping this will post ok.

I'm sharing an Oldie for Friday, rather late now but nevertheless, here it is;
Can't remember much about what I used here, except of SB dies and WO Roses, but it's rather cute.
Hope you like it.
That's me for tonight, I have the Carolthon tomorrow and I am singing in the first session at 10am, then I'm off to work, definately a full day.
Take care everyone and keep cosy,

Sunday 14 December 2014

T'was the Night Before Christmas for The Christmas Club!

Hello Blogging Friends, are you having a good week so far? I certainly hope you are managing to keep warm, especially if your temperature is like ours, it's positively Baltic, I'm really glad I make woolie socks I can tell you.

Slowly but surely we are managing to get through the Christmas card writing, Alistair did the writing on the inside and I the envelopes. I had a couple of letters to write to go with two of the cards, so that takes a bit of time too, but they are all posted, so now it's just the special cards to do and they are all really hand delivered.

I've spent the better part of the day trying to get my photo editor working, kept telling me I needed Adobe Flash, well I have that, but still no go, so I uninstalled it and reinstalled it, still won't work. I've visited various support sites, cleaned up my PC and through a wobbly, still no go. so I'm stumped. However, in the great scheme of things that don't work, it hardly amounts to much, but still awfully frustrating.  I'll have to find some other way of editing my photos.

So to my card for the Friendly Christmas Card Club, which is the final one for this year and the theme has been chosen by GrandMargaret and it's to use Non Trad Colours;
Using another image from Magical Moments CD, I thought this was such a lovely image and the main colour being blue, isn't really festive colours. Matted on to black card and then on to paper from the same design set.  Sentiment a magazine freebie. Lots of Star Dust on the snow, but doesn't show up.

The photo would have been better if I could have got on to Picmonkey, but he ho.

As I'm writing up this post on Saturday night, I will schedule it for tomorrow when you can see what the other club members create.

I'm off now to make a cuppa and have a walnut whip, naughty old me I know, but it is the weekend, so a little treat is OK.

Just to finish- thank you everyone who left such lovely comments on my last card, I really do appreciate them, especially as everyone is so busy in the run up to Christmas.

Cheerio and see you soon,

Friday 12 December 2014

Ahrr Me Hearties! Oldie for Friday!

Hello Everyone, I hope you are all keeping safe and warm.
Our weather is not good, sleety snow, wind and cold, but it is December. Much better than on the West Cost though.

Thank to everyone who left a comment on my previous card, you are all very kind and encouraging.

I'm scheduling this post for tomorrow, Friday, as I don't plan to be near the computer as I have a mountain of stuff to do and once I sit down and switch on the PC, time just gets lost and I get nothing done.

Here is my "Oldie for Friday",

LOTV image and coloured with Promarkers, LOTV sentiment.
XCut and MB Dies. Core'dination card and Silver Mirri Card

I made this one a few years ago for Kerr and he still has it.

Please join in and show off your earlier makes, doesn't have to be cards. Oldie for Friday was thought of and started by Erika of
It's fun and good to look at how you've changed your style, gotten better, whatever.

So that's me for tonight, I've worked my 18 hours for this week so now have a few days off, which I'm hoping to get sorted for Christmas.  
Take care and see you soon,

Tuesday 9 December 2014

Christmas Puppies!

Good Evening to You All, I hope you are all well, but hoping those of you who are not will feel better soon.

Thank you all so much for keeping with the commenting on my cards even although there is now a word verification thingy on my comment bit.  Blogger seems to have decided in it's wisdom that we all wanted one. It's a pain in the a...., but if you comment and ignore the other bit your comment will still publish. Hopefully Blogger will sort it out soon.

It's just a short post from me tonight, so here is my card;
An ordered card for my friend's mum and dad, something with dogs was the request. All from Magical Christmas Moments CD, Signature Shooting Star Die, Ribbons and Gems from my box.
I love this CD as every image is so sweet and of course it is all animal themed.

I've just finished my ordered cards, so now have to concentrate on getting our own written and posted, I love making them, hate writing them.  I've also to get some parcels together for posting.
Present buying almost done, just the little stocking fillers to get, so almost there.

That's me for tonight, keep safe from this awful weather and hope to see you soon,


Saturday 6 December 2014

Snowbuddies Choir!

Good Evening Crafty Friends, I hope all is well with you and your's, but if your not so good here is a (HUG) to help you get through it.

Just a quick post from me tonight as I'm really tired, I've had two very busy days at work, and shorted staffed, but thankfully I'm off for a couple of days, mind you it  will be full on trying to get the cards made for a commission, and my own.  I still have to sit down and get mine written, the job I hate most.

Thank you all for the lovely comments on my last card, I do appreciate the time you take out to visit and comment on my blog.
Here is my card;
I was asked for a card with a musical theme so I've used images and papers from Debby Moore's Snowbuddies CD, Sentiment is also from that CD. MB Musical Staves and Xcut Scalloped Circle Die. Some Star Dust.

I loved making this card, I just hope the recipient likes it.

I will sign off now, and hope to see you soon.

Monday 1 December 2014

Christmas Owls! for Christmas Cards All Year Round Challenge!

Hello to you all, I hope everything is well with you.
Just a short post tonight as this is the second time of doing this and my post didn't show up on my dashboard, so I deleted it and trying again, so here's hoping it works.

I've been having some problems with blogger over the past few days, it's quite frustrating. Maybe it will right it's self.
Here is my inspirational card for CCAYR, this month the theme is to make a card any shape but square or rectangle.
As you can see mine is round, and using gold paper and an Embossalicious Folder and Tattered Lace Owls, MB Branch die and Star Dust for sparkle.

Please pop over and visit CCAYR and see what my DTs have made, lots of lovely cards there.
Good luck with the challenge,
I'd like to enter my card into

Sunday 30 November 2014

Silver Bells for The Christmas Card Club!

Hello to you all, and I hope all is well and your all set for the weekend.

Our weather here today, is foggy one minute and sunny the next, but it's dry which is good. I hope where ever you are it's much better.

Thank you so much for your lovely comments on my last card and of course Teallach.  He is enjoying going out now, the only thing is during the day, he likes the outside door open so that he can come and go as he pleases. a bit chilly this time of the year though.  Amazing what we will tolerate for our pets, if Alistair went out and left the door open, I'd be shouting at him.

I have my card for the friendly CCC which this time around is the choice of Asha and it's Silver Bells;
I've used an Embossalicious folder with bells and used Gilding wax on it.
Tattered Lace Bells and Merry Christmas Dies
Blue ribbon from my box
Papermania Gems
Star Dust to sparkle the sentiment.

Sorry the photo isn't all that brilliant, I was struggling with the light, so it's not showing up to well.

As this is Saturday, I'm going to schedule my post for tomorrow.

So it just remains to say a big thank you to Asha for a lovely Challenge which I enjoyed, not least because I got to play with my new Xcut.

Keep well and warm Crafting Friends and see you soon.

Friday 28 November 2014

Winter Village for Oldie Friday!

Hello Everyone, hope you are all well, but if not here is a Hug that you feel better soon.

Not too bad weather over the last couple of days here, but getting colder, but I suppose that it is the end of November. Where has the year gone?????????

Well I've been playing with my new Xcut machine and it is super, and today saw the delivery of a set of SB Decorative Circles, the large ones, I've wanted them for ages.  My Christmas to myself.  As I was working late I'm not going to be able to have a play yet, but I just keep looking at them and seeing all sorts of cards.

Another fab thing to happen is that I've won the Challenge at Chocolate Baroque, I'm so delighted as I don't enter many challenges now because I get left with so many cards that I can't really use, but I do like using the CB stamps so that is really the only challenge I enter. I've chosen some gorgeous stamps for my prize which I will show when inked up.

I'm scheduling this card for tomorrow, Friday and it's my Oldie for Friday;
Here I've used an image by Micheal Powell, I can't remember what else I used, but I would guess It was coloured with Promarkers. It's all a couple of years old.

Here is a photo of something a bit more recent;
Our lovely boy, he is just wonderful, and it feels like he's been with us for ages, not just a few weeks.

That is all from me tonight, just before I go I just want to thank everyone who leaves lovely comments, I very much appreciated your time in visiting my blog.
See you soon

Sunday 23 November 2014

Pine Cone Wreath!

Good Afternoon Everyone, and a lovely clear, crisp wintry day it is up here in Inverness, the light is gorgeous too, so much better than the dark and gloomy days we've been having recently.

Hoping everyone is fit and well, but just in case here  are kind thoughts and Hugs in the hope that you'll feel better soon.
Thank you for the comments on my last card, I do appreciate your time in visiting and commenting, in this busy life we all lead.

I'm having a quiet day, I always do the day after the concert, the long day fairly takes it out of you, even although it's an enjoyable thing to do and I love it.  The concert was a success, we did very well going by the applause we receive and our soloists were wonderful. A longer piece of music than normal, with very high notes for Sopranos, but thankfully no sore throat today.  So that's done and dusted, now we begin rehearsals for our Carolthon, which we do every year to raise money for ourselves and a charity of choice, this year it's Sight Action. I've never heard of them, but it sounds a good charity to choose.  We sing Christmas carols all day in the Eastgate Centre which is our main shopping mall in Inverness, and it raises quite amount of money. Last year we managed to raise over £4000 so it's worth while to do.

I got an early Christmas gift from Alistair today, an Xcut die cutting machine. I just wanted money towards it, but he just bought it out right, he tried to put it away till Christmas, but I wasn't having any of that.  I have a Big Shot which I love, but can't use larger dies and embossing folders, and although I mostly do 6x6 cards just sometimes a larger one is needed. So I'm a very happy bunny today.

So on to today's card;
Using another new NEC acquisition from Card-io, their new Pine Cone stamp along with the branch stamp from Oriental Blossoms set. The bird stamp is from the Winter Walk set, and stamped with Versarmark in.   Dark Brown card and gold Mirri.  This was a lovely card to make and I do love Card-io stamps, so easy to use.  The Sentiment is CC from their freebies with their magazine Star Dust to give a bit of sparkle. I hope you like it.

I'm off now to have a visit around your blogs, enjoy the remainder of your Sunday and see you soon.

Friday 21 November 2014

Rockers for Oldie for Friday!

Hello to all my crafty friends and anyone how visits, it always a pleasure to have you here.
Thank you all for all the lovely comments on the Celtic Cat die, It was a lovely die to use and I'm pleased you liked it.

Do you remember I was looking for curtains, well I managed to find something similar to the Dunelm ones I liked in Next, similar in respect that they are plaid and a woven, heavier material. With my good man's help got windows washed and put up the curtains and I am very pleased with them. oh the things that make me happy!! changed days.

I'm here with my Oldie for Friday, which is Erika of idea to share something you've made a wee while ago, it doesn't need to be a card, could be sewing, knitting, I've even put up an oldie photo of Alistair and myself. It's fun so why not join in.
These were made from a CC kit and I think they were requested for some children, but can't quite remember. Very easy to make.

We are off to the cinema tonight to see Imitation about Alan Turin and the Enigma story.  The lovely Benedict Cumberbatch is the main lead and I really like him as an actor. Looking forward to that.

We have had fog all morning in varying degrees of thickness. When Teallach came in this morning it was real pea soup, then it lifted within the time of me feed him and making a coffee, and has been down and lifted several times. It really is Winter.

That's me for now folks I hope you weekend is good, I'll be singing all tomorrow, rehearsal in afternoon and concert in the evening, sore throat on Sunday, but love it, not the sore throat of course, but the concert and all the buzz of performing.

Bye and

Wednesday 19 November 2014


Good Afternoon Crafty Friends, hoping all is well with you, but here's a HUG for you if you're not so well.

Thank you all for the very kind comments on my last card, and some new faces too, so Hello to you, I am so pleased you popped in and I will return the visit.  Welcome to Cotnob, Pauline who is my latest follower, I hope you will return often and like what you see. Lovely to see, Shirl, Lucy and Janice.
Janice I've tried to visit you but you are on the Google Circle thingy and I'm not sure how that works.

It is really quite dark now and it's only the back of 3pm. I'm going to be forced to put the lamp on to type the remainder of this post.

I've had some really lovely days off work, but back tomorrow on a late shift and then off again for a few days.  Saturday sees another Choral Concert and As I was working on that day I had to request some Annual Leave. We are doing Bach's Christmas Oratorio, quite a hefty piece of music, but a lovely one. I think it will be well received. 
Anyhow this is a short post today as I'm catching up with some cleaning.

Had another play with one of my new dies;

I've used one of the new Celtic Dies from Lavinnia Stamps, of course it had a cat on it so had to buy, it's called Timeless. It is so easy to cut out too. I've used Wink of Stella on the Bluebells, and various DI on front of the card, Acetate on the back of the image and a few off the little Bluebells for decoration. One of the Scenic papers from Lavinnia as an insert.
I was going to use my creative Expression gilding was on the flowers but each of them seemed to have dried out, hardly been used either, I was rather annoyed, I tried to soften them up with my heat gun, but didn't work, anybody got any ideas !

That's me for now, thanks for visiting and keep well,

Monday 17 November 2014

White Winter!

Hello Everybody, I hope all is well with you all.
Well it's been another dark day, just like a day in November really!!  I've had a lamp on most of the day. I don't mind cosy dark nights but I hate it to be dark during the day.

Well I got nowhere with the curtains, didn't have my size in shop or online, and it was just as well that I measured as I was out with my drop. When we first move in  here I has a notebook with measurements, and notes about info I would need to replace items when the time came, can I find it? not on your life.  Anyway, then I decided to try Next, found a pair that I thought  would be good, out of stock again and not sure if they will be in again.  Guess I'm not buying new curtains any time soon.

Alistair came home after a few days cleaning and gutting Jim's house and really upset by the state Jim was living in. He is just not managing to keep up with house cleaning. I feel so sorry for Jim as this is a new state of affairs for him, but he has put on a lot of weight so getting around isn't easy, but he also seems to have given up a bit on things From what Hubby describes, sounds as if Jim is in a depression and completely overwhelmed by the state of the house.  He is also not good with authority and asking for help, he does have a social worker, but believes he is useless and doesn't do anything for him. Which is not actually true. Poor Jim is his own worst enemy really.  Alistair has spent a bit of time writing to Jim's daughter to inform her of her Dad's condition in the hope that she will support him and advocate for him.  She lives near him, we will support her, but are too far away to be putting in frequent appearances.  Poor Alistair is exhausted but quite worried about his brother, but I'm sure between us all we can sort it out.  This getting old and vulnerable is no good.

Enough of family troubles. I've finally managed to have a play with some of my new stash;
I've made this card with an Imagination Crafts Stencil and Sparkle Medium in Silver.
Black and Silver card, the snowy effect is on my photo editing program, but I'm thinking that it's made the photo a bit blurry.

This is my first time using a stencil and the sparkle medium, and I think I need a bit more practise. I think I will buy some of the card that is advised for the sparkle medium, as I used Cor'dination card and it bevelled a bit.
Anyway I hope you like it.

Thank you all so much for your kind comments on my last card, I do appreciate them.
See you soon, take care of yourselves,

Saturday 15 November 2014

MacIntosh Beauty!

Hello Everyone and welcome to my blog, I hope you are all having a good Saturday and keeping well.  We have fog and it's feeling damp and cold, another day for staying indoors, I had to go out earlier but I'm sure in now.

I could do with new living room curtains and the best time to buy things for the home is when hubby isn't here, you know what I mean ladies, anyway, we have a Dunelm here in Inverness so I thought I would go there. A super variety of curtains, and finally settled on a pair only to get confused by the size I needed.  The more I thought about it the more I could remember what size the ones I have are. So I gave up and now if I can find Alistair's measuring tape, I'll note the correct size and go again tomorrow, Alistair isn't back till tomorrow evening.

He has been down visiting his brother who is not managing to clean his house just as well as he used to, so Alistair to the rescue, Jim is the older brother and is not as fit as Alistair.  However Jim has a young daughter, who could help a bit, but he won't ask as he feels she is working hard and doesn't need his problems.  She has her own flat but lives fairly near he dad. Alistair thought it better I didn't go down with him as I would have shaken them all up a bit too much, but it's what's needed. Anyway enough of our family dilemmas.
I'm here today with a card I've made for the Chocolate Baroque Challenge using this colour pallet;

The images are from the Macintosh Beauty set which I thing are gorgeous. I've matted and layered with Tattered Lace Lilac Paper and a free download from CB which has all the colours of the challenge.
Coloured with SN and Wink of Stella, doesn't show up though.
SB Rose die and a Marianne Flourish Die
Purple Pearls from Hobby House.

That's me for today, unfortunately I won't have a card for the CCC tomorrow as the theme is origami/teabag, neither of which I can do, so sorry about that Karen.

Enjoy your weekend and keep well everyone,
I would like to enter my card into 

Friday 14 November 2014

Maisie an Oldie for Friday!

Good Morning One and All, It's been a wee while since I managed to post anything and I've been finding commenting on your fab creations difficult to get around to. I just haven't managed to get myself into gear since my break away to Birmingham, in fact I've not even had a play with any of my new goodies.  

I've have quite raised blood sugars and finding it difficult to get them under control, and with being very busy at work, sometimes not being able to keep my insulin shots regular, result being that I am completely out of sorts and very tired. However the good news that I am now no days off and this is my long spell, so I can concentrate on myself, Alistair is away down to Glasgow for a few days to visit his brother, so it's just Teallach and me, Bliss!! Hopefully I can get back on track.

I have been scrolling through your blogs and loving what you've been making, sorry though to be such a poor commenter.

So It's Friday once again, and time for an "OLDIE", it's amazing to think that at this time last week we were going around the NEC, it's sure been a fast week, here is my oldie;
This is Maisie and she is my favourite little girl from LOTV, she is coloured with Promarkers.
Sentiment is LOTV too, I think I used a SB Embossing Folder, not sure now where all the other bits and pieces are from.

It's a really dark blustery morning here, but I'm cosy with Teallach cuddled up to me, we're going to have a lovely day together just chilling.

I do hope you are well, but Hugs to those who are not, and thank you for your comments on my last post.

Sunday 9 November 2014

A Happy Trip Away!

Good Evening to You All,
I hope everyone has been well since I lasted posted, but sending out kind thoughts if you haven't.

Well I had a fab time in Birmingham at the Nec and of course meeting up with Blogging friends, here we are;

Sorry they are a bit grainy, but in them you can see, Christine and Patricia at the back, then from right to left, Hazel, Mrs. Duck or Ang and her friend Nesta whom she has mentioned  on her blog. I'm in the top photo.  This was us at the Harvester where we had a lovely meal and a good old laugh and chat. The evening was over all too quickly though.

On Friday morning Patricia, Hazel and my good self headed for the craft fair and when we walked in this was what was on display;

Isn't this quite something! all made of paper and created by the readers of the Woman's Weekly Magazine.  Very apt for this particular time. the wreaths of poppies are all knitted or crocheted.

Here is some of the goodies I bought;

Sorry about the amount of photos, please feel free to switch off it it gets boring for you.
I really didn't think I was going to be buying all that much, but I couldn't resist the butterfly set and the pen holder from the MDF Man, and the Envelop Punch. The other buy I couldn't resist was some cross stitch from Micheal Powell and of course some stamps and a beautiful die from Lavinia Stamps Celtic range. So I'm looking forward to getting down to play.

It was a super few days but very tiring, I was glad to get home, when away somewhere coming home feels like I live at the other end of the world. I didn't even have the delicious peanut fudge that Ang had made, I'd packed it away in my case in the bus hold.  Didn't get all that much of it either as Alistair claimed it, said he had never tasted anything so good, so thank you Ang.

It's a long post, but some of the lovely friends from around the world might like to see what we've been doing.
I must try and catch up with your creations, but I will say Good Night for now,

Wednesday 5 November 2014

Keep Climbing!

Good Afternoon Everyone, I hope you are all well, but I know that there are some of my crafting friends a having difficult times at the moment, or their loved ones are, so I'm sending out positive thoughts and Big Hugs that you'll soon be well again.

Thank you for the lovely comments on my Anniversary card for Alistair, and your good wishes. We enjoyed a lovely meal last night, stuffed full as usual, no room for dessert though.

Today is Alistair's 69th Birthday,  but as he is fit and well he certainly doesn't seem that age, well not physically,  sometimes I think I'm dealing with an adolescent, ha ha!

Anyway, here is is birthday card;
I had seen the mountain image on a card that Christine of Christine's Cards and Crafts, and I thought just perfect, I couldn't get it here, so Christine kindly sent to the US for it. It's from Our Daily Bread range of stamps, The sentiments are from the same set, which is called Keep Climbing.
The climbing gear is from Just Inklined another great find.
The sky is coloured with a blend of DT inks and there is Wink of Stella in Clear on the mountains and Glossy Accents on the helmet, and coloured with SN.
I'm awfully pleased with how it's turned out, and Alistair is delighted. He is also delighted with the new music stand that I gave him, and Damian and Moreen will be over later to see him, so all in all he is having a lovely day.

I'm getting myself together for my trip to Birmingham tomorrow, really getting excited now at meeting up with everyone, and going to see all the wondrous crafting goodies at the NEC. It's an early rise to get down to Perth to meet up with Patricia and Hazel, who then drives us to Edinburgh for our flight.  Going to be a long day though, but I'll get a second wind. We will then meet up with Ang' aka Mrs. Duck and Christine whom I've mentioned above and have a lovely meal and a right old laugh and chat. The time will go too quickly but it will be great fun.
I'd love to think I'd meet some of you at the NEC too, so if you recognise me Please say hello.

Before I go here is the set of stamps I won from Sue Wilson the other week;
Summer Flowers... I just love them such beautiful designs and sentiments.

I'll say cheerio for now and see you in a few days, keep well and happy crafting