Show & Tell Monday - 4th December

09:39 Karen 2 Comments

Hello, hello lovely blog readers.  Here I am again, I bet you didn't think you would see me so soon!

It has been a busy week in our little world, especially on the crafting front.  Saturday was my Christmas crop and we made 5 projects.

A little mini album - perfect for recording events over the Christmas period (see above).

A Christmas card - made using a Tim Holtz die set.

A pocket page with sequins and other little bits and pieces in - waiting for my Christmas photos to be added.

A double page using the utterly gorgeous Mint Wishes range from Kaisercraft

and the final project was a little tea-light village.

After most people had left we took some silly photos and I had to scrap this one and used some red glitter card, from the November Mind the Scrap kit, to cut the village scene on my Silhouette as it reminded me of the little tea-light villages we made.

Other projects made this week - I do a lot of crafting now I only work three days

A little long sleeved onesie for my bff Denise, who became a Nana for the first time on Tuesday, using a free print and cut file from the Silhouette Design Store. (The onesie is not for Denise, you understand, but for her granddaughter!).

A page using some Infusions and my Silhouette to draw and cut the flowers and leaves.  It's a bit wonky donkey due to the water used with the infusions warping the card - should have used water colour paper.

This was a scraplift from this page.

So lots to show and tell.

Reasons to be cheerful:-

A lovely long walk yesterday morning with David and Kiera followed by a cup of tea and a cheese scone.

No work until Wednesday - the prospect of more crafting is on the horizon.

Gracia and Josh are enjoying a well deserved holiday in Prague.


How fun that had to have been! I love all the things you've made! All Beautiful!

debs14 said...

I really think you could have made Denise a matching '1st Christmas being a Nanny' onesie ;-)
That little tea light village is adorable, you really are very clever and creative!