Don't even ask me where the past two weeks have gone. I feel like I have been doing nothing but sourcing food on the internet. My long awaited (ordered 6 weeks ago) food delivery finally arrived so my fridge is filled with the basics again. Yogurt has never tasted so good!!
I also found that my local garden centre was making deliveries of limited stock to it's nearby villages so I managed to get some tomato grow bags, tomato plants and flowers for my pots and hanging baskets.
Internet is all sorted. The problem was with the router which had only half recovered itself from the internet provider doing some maintenance work last weekend. My computer basically thought I was trying to hijack myself and was denying me access to all my files.
Time again for the girls in the Christmas Card club to show our next makes. Kate chose the theme of 'A Bauble or Baubles'. A search through my stamps found the following and I set to and made 4 cards. My mojo has done a long hike and taken social distancing to the extreme so I am afraid my offerings are plain and simple.
First card is a Bauble by Spellbinders From their Heirloom Ornament stamp set which came free in a Simply Cards and Paper Craft magazine a while back. Inked with versamark and embossed with Gold powder. The gold edging was in my stash. Mounted onto gold pearlescent card and then a white card base.
Second card uses another Bauble from the same set but I just inked in black and mounted onto black card stock and then onto a mustard coloured base card. Silver trim from my stash.
Third card uses a Bauble stamp by Tattered Lace From their Exclusive Never Ending Stamps that came free in a magazine. I stamped in black ink and then went over the design with a silver gel pen. Silver edging from stash. Mounted onto sage green card and then onto a red card base.
Last Card uses a Bauble by Clearly Besotted which I stamped out twice in versamark and then embossed with gold powder. The corners and gold edging from my stash. Mounted onto red card and then sage green for the base card.
Ooopsy! Was wondering why comments were starting to appear below referring to only 3 cards. Would be a good idea if I had remembered to upload the last piccy! Der. That's what happens when you write a post up at 2am in the morning. Even then I went on to watch a Barbara Gray video from her 10 o'clock shows and doodled a picture along with her. Made it to bed about 4am but then time is a bit irrelevant right now with no place special to go except the garden!
There you go. Now it all makes sense.
It is Rudolph Day over at Scrappy Mo's monthly challenge so I am playing along with my first card.
Hope you are all keeping safe and well.