Not much going on today in Cobham, Surrey as the snow that came down yesterday has now turned to ice and has made our whole cul-de-sac into a skating rink and only a few hardy souls have skidded their way out.
Here are a few shots from yesterday lunchtime about 2 hours after the snow started in ernest.
Anyway back to some crafting, here is a card I made for a friends mother's 70th Birthday in December.
I am entering this in the ABC Challenge for this week which is L for Layering and there are plenty on this card!
The paper panels have all been stamped using rubber stamp tapestry and the words are stamped using Janes Script.
The third panel was finished off with a cute little butterfly from RST - garden of blue set
and Nicky and in particukar her mother were very pleased with it to so mission accomplished!
Ingredients - Stamps: Rubber Stamp Tapestry: Garden of Blue, Christmas Garland, Partridge in a Pear tree. Papers: Papermania Signature - Regency, coordinations and glitter paper from Stash. Flowers from Wild Orchid Crafts and the ribbon and pearls are from my stash.
Thanks for looking and I hope you are not struggling too much in the snow if you are in the UK!