We had a period where we had to watch the trolls on a near daily basis and this little creature reminds me of Princess Poppy. For those that do not have young children please do not worry you are not missing out...
I do love a picnic and can not wait for this clod weather to be over so that we can go on a picnic again. It is half term here in England and we would normally be on holiday, we often go up to Scotland and last year went half the week in Edinbourgh, having picnics in the cold while seeing the sights. How I wish this was possible now.
So I have had this stamp set in my basket at least 3 times before I finally purchased it. I love the little painting cats and the sentiment is perfect.
I think lockdown may be starting to get to us all, my dad has had to come and help get the patio back down after they had plumbed in the garden room as it was dangerous with the dog and the kids. We did not have an option as could not afford to pay anyone. He stayed in the garden the whole time though and it was awful because by mum could not come too. If felt ridiculous the 3 of us in the garden in face masks. Even when you do see people you forget what they look like without a mask on
I have been extremely busy with the new releases from Polkadoodles so have only just got around to playing with my stamps and dies from Time For Tea Designs latest release. I feel very behind, they must be about due a new one.
So without further ado here they are
Card Making Supplies
Time for Tea Designs Life’s ups & down stamp set
Time for Tea Designs Autumn Scene Cover Plate Die
Spectrum Noir Finesse in Rustic Brown
Spectrumn Noir Alcohol Markers
Versamark Embossing Ink
Bronze Embossing Powder
Distress Ink in Ground Expresso
Nuvo Drops in Autumn Red
Cloudy Day Stencil by Clearly Besotted
Distress Oxide in Tumbled Glass and Iced Spruce
Meanwhile the autumn scene cover plate was used with a variety of colours of card that I found in my scrap box
The tree was cut in Kraft card and blended in distress ink
The grass and frame were cut in green and the grass was also cut in green and blended with distress ink.
A A5 card base was blended with Tumbled glass and the cloudy day stencil was used with the Iced Spruce
The green frame was adhered over the edge
The tree and grass were adhered
Leaves and the stamped images were arranged
The sentiment was heat embossed onto Kraft card and again blended in the distress ink. This was then trimmed and the corners rounded
This was adhered onto the tree
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