First you have to endure news time
- craft club - good
- service - actually really rather wonderful spiritual time
- evening service - didn't have to prepare as we went to a commissioning service for some new Street Pastors. They go out late on Friday and soon Saturday nights in Romford and help take care of all the party goers. It is an amazing ministry and I would love to be a part of it. A few people at church are already considering it.
- had a lovely Monday with Sue H - who has some big news to share. I stocked up on cardstock at Craft Creations - how can I have nearly run out of white and cream? we visited a local Craft Central. I needed some brads but had no cash so had to buy a few more things in order to pay by card (such sacrifice!)
- in the evening it was Movie Night and we watched the Illusionist. Fantastic.
I managed to squeeze in a tad of crafting.
Another layout for the Scotland album - and yes it features the colour orange. This was going to be a quick and easy page but all the doodling took a while in the end.
Cardstock: Bazzill; Papers: Scenic Route Metropolitan; Alpha stamps Purple Onion; rubons K& Co; stickers and thickers American Crafts; buttons from a Button company bought at the stitch show; bloom from Little Silver Hat kit. Everything else is doodly oodles.
Talking of doodles, Jo has done a fab tutorial this week on Daring Cards. She has let us into all her little secrets. Here is my version...
The papers are from a little K&Co pad - Bella I think. Just super quality and lovely colours. And as it happens the stamp is a Bella too, coloured in with the Works el cheapo sparkly paints which give a wonderful sheen not unlike H2O's (thanks for the tip Rhi!). It is all straighter than the photo looks but the photo doesn't show up the curse of the left hander (ie smudging stuff by sticking your hand over what you have just drawn which is wet), so not all bad then!