Evening all, i hope that this finds you well? Sorry for the lack of posts last week. I went to the Peterborough Training Day organised by Monica and Bekka on the Sunday and enjoyed myself immensely but came home completely shattered, which obviously was touch paper for a lurking bug that had been threatening me to pounce and wipe me out! I spent most of last week feeling sorry for myself , whilst trying to carry on with a very busy week which included Milli’s last day a Pre-School (Sob!). but i did manage to fit in a few hours crafting this weekend which i will share with you later but first…….My Swaps!
I had more notice for this training day but that didn’t mean that making my swaps was any easier, in fact it was harder because i kept changing my mind on what i was going to do! But that does mean that i will have some extra projects to share with you in the future.
So firstly i made a pouch for sweets using the Top Note die for the Big Shot and the SU Ornament Punch. I chose an unusual colour way of Certainly Celery and Pretty in Pink (partly because i had lots of these colours left over from my wedding invites earlier in the year, and partly because i like it! lol) even the sweet wrappers were pink and green!
But i only had enough sweets to make 6!! so i had to go back to the drawing board. I asked my lovely friend Caroline if i could borrow her Pillow Box die for the Big Shot and kindly she agreed and even drove it all the way to me even though it is nearly an hours drive!!
SO……using the same colour way i sat myself in front of the TV with my Big Shot and cut 20 in each colour then using the bauble from the Contempo Christmas stamp set i stamped 20 of each in matching SU Ink. I assembled them with a belly band of DSP from the Subtles Stack, and here they are;
I think that they look pretty good if i do say so myself! LOL i shall be back soon with part two and the swaps that i received in return plus photos of the gorgeous items on display in the Inspiration Area.
Until next time