Winter heart

There’s a colour challenge over at City Crafter Challenge Blog this week and you are asked to use this particular palette: Now I love the combination of aqua and red, especially at Christmas time, but must admit I was a little … Continue reading

Día de Muertos

How was your Halloween? Given it was the warmest Halloween on record here in the UK I didn’t think our number of callers was as high as it might have been. There were mainly large groups, rather than twos and threes, … Continue reading

Snow birds

The first of this year’s challenges over at City Crafter Challenge Blog has the theme Snowbirds. Here’s what I came up with: The cute little image of the birds in the snow and their dear little house is from The Gecko … Continue reading

Red, kraft and white

Craft packages ordered =0, craft packages received =0 The theme for the new City Crafter Challenge Blog challenge #189  is Christmas Colours  – make a project that include the colors red, kraft and white. It doesn’t  have to be a Christmas … Continue reading

Christmas canvas

Craft packages ordered =1, craft packages received =0 Today I shall be wending my weary way back from Hull. It is always a long and tedious journey and there are no refreshments on the train. However, I must not grumble as … Continue reading

Winter village

Craft packages ordered =0, craft packages received =1 It’s been a while (I think!) since these little Dylusions stamps had an airing but they were my first thought when I saw that the theme for this week’s Sunday Stampers was … Continue reading

Wish you were here!

Craft packages ordered =0, craft packages received =0 The new theme of the fortnightly challenge over at Anything But A Card is Summer Fun. I certainly had fun making this little summer scene for my Design Team piece: She looks … Continue reading

Musical finale

Craft packages ordered =0, craft packages received =0 I was very sorry to read that Crafty Ann has issued her last challenge and that after the current one, “The Sound of Music,” there will be no more. I’ve had a lot … Continue reading