Thursday, October 28, 2010

You haven't seen me, right?

Cos i'm not here. Well if I am here something has gone badly wrong as I should by now be in Belgium somewhere en route to Germany. (Will we stop off to at Ghent to celebrate Vegetarian Thursday? I doubt it. I will probably just want to GET THERE.)

But there are people - and many, many dogs in my house right now so I feel safe in telling you this. And I will be back by Saturday night. I hope.

Meanwhile today is Salt day and it is my turn to choose the challenge. I went for "Who is my nieghbour" because I think this is an important question to reflect on at the moment. In the UK all the talk is of cuts and I fear we could end up with a divided society. It is up to all of us to find ways to stand together and for Christians to practice loving and sacrificial giving.
Here is my take on it
The photo was taken at the Muse concert in Wembley before the concert began and I love the fact that there are loads of different (tiny) people there.
The papers are all Scenic Route. I also used glimmer mists; sizzix die body; nestability die; stickers from jenni Bowlin, Cosmo Cricket, Making Memories, October Afternoon and the chipboard letters are making Memories. The journalling tag is from Jillibean Soup and the ticket is Tim Holtz.

Close ups time
Oh yes I have new GOLD Glamour Dust. (Yes I am excited. Yes I am sad)
Maybe I should have used a ruler...
See that little golden heart. That is for God not Muse.
I'll be back eventually with my Daring Card for this week.


Kim said...

Wonderful Lythan and perfectly timed with all that is going on not only in the UK but in the US as well. A perfect reminder for me!!

Hazel said...

Safe travel, Lythan. Thanks for such a thought-provoking challenge. Love, love your LO - all those little touches that make the whole so beautiful - you are such a clever and inspiring crafter x

Kathy said...

Just catching up on your fab makes. Love them all.
Hope you're having a wonderful time

artfulstampin said...

thanks for the challenge Lythan, thought provoking. Lovely layout, love the row of paper people!

Sara said...

LOVE THIS!!! Love the row of paper people.. so sweet