Wednesday, 8 September 2010

Playing With Felt

Good Evening. My blog is about to go quiet for a short time as I complete my move to Mushroom Cottage, so bear with me, folks.

It's been a busy few days, of packing and lugging boxes betwixt the two addresses, and of spending an unearthly length of time in Ikea, choosing such non-essentials as, er, a bed and a couch! Himself and I did find time to join hoardes of other people in climbing the Braid Hills on Sunday night to watch the end-of-festival fireworks. It was a lovely, clear night and we got a pretty good view of the display colourfully lighting up the sky from the Castle. We even listened to the accompanying orchestral music, using the FM radio on my phone, sharing the headphones between us!

Having a limited supply of craft stuff left unpacked at the "old" abode has given me a bit of a challenge, but I have risen to it manfully and have even done a bit more recycling, using a couple of embellishments that I made during my "felt phase".

I made loads of these Christmas trees for my Crimbo cards a year or so ago and really enjoyed doing so. This card still needs wording but I have packed away all my stamps - oops!

The felt flower adds a nice touch to this simple birthday card, made using free My Minds' Eye papers.

So that's it for now, readers. I hope to report back from my new abode very soon!


Enfys said...

These cards are gorgeous Debbie. Lucky you going to live in a cottage with such a fab address, hope the move goes well.
big hugs
Enfys xx

Sarpreet said...

This is gorgeous, sorry I have not been to your blog recently

Sarpreet said...

hi there, this is gorgeous,I have also dropped by to say that this will be my final visit to your blog for at least a few months, I am going abroad to get married, and coming back to moving house, settling down before I can come back online. I appreciate your kind comments and your visits to my blog, I will try to update it from time to time, but I can not promise. I will miss blogland, take care and catch up soon, from me - wondering if anyone will miss me in blogland...