Friday, 24 November 2017

Digging Ditches and Hailstorms

Hello.  Welcome.  Spent the afternoon digging out a drainage pipe that had given up the battle against all the rain we have had this year.  Maybe the 112mm that came down yesterday was it's death knell!!  We only had to endure a couple of hail showers and it was good exercise.  Ho ho ho.


Over at Paperartsy Anneke made a beautiful winter wonderland scene stamping and embossing white patterns on white papers and using them to make trees so I thought I case Tracey's cute xmas tree tag using Anneke's technique.  I used various white papers and white powders.  The little tree at the front is WOW white puff powder, the middle one is Stampendous fine white and the back one is Anita's white, which has a distinctively cream look.  I used small stamps from Paperartsy HPXM02 and a Sizzix tree die.  The tag and sentiment are both Stamplorations dies.  I added a white lace tie.  

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

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8 comments:

  1. Blimey!! That sounds like a LOTof exercise!! Hope you’ve solved the drain problem. Great card!

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  2. Such a sweet card! Hope you had a good time in the UK... Eating your own body weight in cakes and confectioneries! Jo x

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  3. Loving the edging and all the textures. Looks great. X

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  4. Great card , so much texture and still CAS, Cathy x

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  5. Fresh as new fallen snow!! Wonderful, Gail... how have I been so lucky to have you fall onto my list once more? It has been so fun to see you Tag Along with 25 Days!
    =]

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