Saturday, 27 June 2015

Rushing to share

Once again I have got behind in blogging the cards I have made this month.  There seems so much to do at the moment and not enough hours in the day.  I am working on a church kneeler, knitting for an imminent grandchild, making little yellow ducks for the Little Yellow Duck Project; volunteering in SCBU at the local hospital (which also involves creating the rota for 12 of us to do that in turns twice a week and going to my U3A family history group once a month.  Where is the time to actually do the Family History?

This months cardmaking parcels gave plenty of scope.  I enjoy trying to use a different technique for each parcel.

These cards were from Pat's parcel and I chose rubber stamping for the technique.  The first one is a stamp I bought ages ago and have never used.



And this card was for Pat's grandson, Eli.  I stamped the train for this one.




These three cards were from Terri's parcel and I chose diecutting  for the technique





My Christmas card for the month.


And finally my card using three techyniques and something from eachh parcel