Thursday, 2 December 2010

Snow day!



Well, I made it in to work this morning, but it was coming down so heavily by eight o'clock that our school had to close, so I had an unexpected day at home with Meg (her school has been shut every day except Tuesday this week). We did a bit of baking, I made a few cards and we went out in the snow and took some photos.The first card is very simple using a penny black stamp, promarkers, a ready made sentiment and a cuttlebug folder. For the second I used a creative expressions stamp(Tree), my favourite leaf swirl (Hero Arts), creative colour sprays, rainbow drops (Crafty Notions) and a cuttlebug folder. The third was a free stamp from the Craft Stamper Magazine and lots of distress inks.  So now you have seen my cards, I will show you the snow.



It's fascinating, this white stuff, but I'd really like it to go away now, as my trip to Sir Stampalot's ultimate rubber stamping Demo day is seeming more unlikely.

8 comments:

  1. What a shame about your pantos after all the hard work that goes into them and I know how much you've been looking forward to Sir Stampalot. Maybe the roads will be ok by Saturday, I'll keep my fingers crossed for you. The snow may be a pain but these photos are amazing. You can actually see the individual snow flakes. Just fantastic. I've taken some today but I shall be going out looking for a real close up tomorrow if it's not all frozen solid.
    Your cards are beautiful too, a perfect way to spend a snow day!!
    Keep warm
    Hugs Lisax

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  2. Hi Sal

    How great to get an unexpected day where you can do so many lovely things.

    Love your cards .. .. can't quite smell the baking .. .. and adore your photographs.

    Don't those snowflakes look absolutely amazing? You and Meg have captured those wonderful pieces of natures art perfectly.

    It has snowed nearly all day here but stopped early evening and hasn't started again "yet"!!!

    Love Jules xx

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  3. Wow Sally what beautiful cards and loving those pictures.
    Hugs
    Lorraine x

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  4. What a lovely creating day you had. I particularly love your third card, wow.

    I am enjoying using black ribbon at the moment too!

    Kind regards
    Mayjapser

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  5. These are gorgeous Sally, loving how you've used your PB Hedgies. Photo's are fab too and the snowflakes have been captuted beautifully.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

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  6. WOW you made great use of your time all 3 cards are stunning blown away.

    Wonder did you make it in today most of our schools are closed got to be better safe than sorry.

    Hope you make it to Sir Stampalot tomorrow, Di's Tando demo at Worcester has been cancelled until sometime in January. :(

    xx Zoe

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  7. Lovely cards Sally, love the embossing on the first one. Great to get an unexpected day though it will probably leave you behind in school work:( Love your snow pics, you can really see the snow flakes!
    Pinky

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  8. great cards and those photo's are stunning - thanks for sharing!

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