Have a nice Saturday night!
Have a nice Saturday night!
…is the first day of a week long 365 cards Vintage Love Blog Hop! YIHAAAA!!! I promise - you do not want to miss this!!!
Gloria Stengel, fellow 365 cards DT member and Graphic 45 designer is the hostess, she’s sprinkled the team with vintage goodies and she will also provide not ONE, but THREE vintage prizes!!! All details will be posted tomorrow along with my try on making a vintage card. Keep your eyes open!!!
I was inspired by Kazan’s sketch #66 over at 2Sketches4You.
I hope to see you tomorrow in wonderful Vintage land!
I was supposed to spend next weekend with some of my best girlfriends, out in the woods in a cabin with good food and some sparkling wine (and possibly a single malt later on). But it got cancelled as late as yesterday. We’ll find a new weekend, and when it’s time, my gift for the hostess is all done! I might have to buy some new chocolate though… Here is the bag and card I did for her:
Thanks for stopping by! Have a lovely evening!
Hope you are having a lovely weekend. Mine is soon over and I’m really pleased with how it turned out. I have a clean house and some DT projects done + I’ve spent some really nice time with my son. He is the best (but not in bowling :):):)).
Today it’s time for a new sketch by Pam over at 365 cards. It’s a fabbie tag sketch! Look:
Aaaaaand we have a super fun sponsor this week – *Wink *Wink ink!!!
And here is my take:
I hope you will play with us this week!
This week’s project for Scrap-Perra is a layout about my boy playing bowling. We had fun. I won! :):):)
Back to work. Have a great day!
Hi! Here is the DT project I did for Scrap-Perra’s blog this week. I used some fabbie Graphic 45 papers, one with die cut tags ready to pop out and use. I kept it simple and besides making the saffron biscotti it was a real quick fix. Only some stamping and adhering ready made tags - done. If you want this in Swedish and some product information, check THIS post out.
It’s a basket filled with simple goodies found at home or in the local grocery store. Perfect when one does not have time to go into town to buy hostess gifts or the like.
The basket carries a card, a bag of saffron biscotti. Yummy!!! And the recipe is on the tag – most people that has once tasted them wants to know how to make them. Some really good tea, candles and a box of matches. All that it takes for a nice cozy moment.
I will return to work. I’m writing like a mad woman at the moment. Big meeting with big tutor in 2 weeks. I’m happy I have scrapbooking, otherwise I’d probably be a total nerd and a nervous wreck only occupied with the right handling of manure and the question about Ayrshire or not in Värmland. Yikes!
Have a great day!