So today is a bank holiday and the weather is doing what is usually does, it's raining hard. I've been struggling to make a card for a friend of ours whose 70 and its a fella. I decided to use the pool shark as the zero and made the chipboard 7 using cricut and mickey font and that was it couldn't think what else to do, then Saturday workout wanted you to use a resist technique so I made the bubbles using a hero arts stamps with random circles, versamark and clear embossing powder then using sponges I used distress pads to colour and make the bubbles stand out. Then on Friday Sketchers they had a sketch from Carol and suddenly the card was finished, I couldn't quite work to closed to the sketch had to turn bits a different way to work but without the sketch I probably would still be staring at it. Oh the papers are doodlebug.
Look what I got, cool award from Tracey, thanks.
If anyone fancy a trip to Hobbycraft in Woking I can firmly recommend it or at least till they sell out of stuff. The few times I've been able to get to Hobbycraft it was alway half empty but I suppose cos they've only just opened it was full. The card and scrapbooking making is upstairs but there is a lift at the back of the store. I find lots of scrapbooking stuff I hadn't seen before from American craft, K&co and Making Memories. Some of the prices are quite dear especially for gadgets circut and cuttlebug, yet some were quite resonable. But it was noisy there was quite load music by the tills of all places.