Sunday, 14 July 2013

Good Morning from what I hope will be a sunny North.  I am up here staying with a wonderful crafting friend.  My visit had been put off and put off whilst all the drama re my arm went on and on and I suddenly decided that if I didn't make it before the op I wouldn't be here until next year - so here I am.

Our theme this week has been chosen by our Wendy and it was chosen, I believe, to kick start us all in to making some Christmas cards.  Well Wendy you have succeeded and I have now made at least two.  Just joshing - in fact I have managed about 20.

I did enjoy making this and the image comes from 'Festive Funnies' by Ooh La La Creations.
It is a pyramage - a real one - although it looks like a digital one in the photo.  I added the silver charm fish and some pretty spotty ribbon - just to add the feel of bubbles.
I will catch up with you all later in the week and in the meantime have fun.  You never know it may start you off on the Christmas cards.


  1. I love your take on this weeks challenge Carol, very apt for the weather today. Hope you're having a wonderful time.
    Sue x

  2. A super take on this weeks theme, I could do with being in water to cool off. Hope you are having a great time and maybe doing some crafting in between chats'
    Hugs xx

  3. I thought you'd lost the plot until I zoomed in on the image Carol. Great take on the challenge. Hope you are doing OK up there in the North - although I think it's probably as hot as everywhere else at the moment.
    Beryl xx

  4. Lovely card Carol, I hope you are enjoying good weather and having a great time.
    I had my op but I have been poorly since, it was worse than the surgeon thought and I can't do anything for five weeks.
    Hope you op goes well

  5. This is great Carol and made me smile. Hope you are having a good time away.
    Jocelyn x

  6. Oh this is fabulous Carol! A great card for my part of the world. There is so much to see and have a good giggle at. Love the silver fish too. Michelle x


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