Yesterday, whilst sitting in my mums back garden having a chin wag with her & my sister who was also there, I got POOPED on by a flipping bird !! Well, after my mum & sister had recovered from their laughing fit and I had finished trying to locate the bird and whack it with my handbag, my sister says "thats supposed to be lucky you know". I said it wouldn't be lucky for the bird if I had gotten hold of it !!
Anyway, I bought a lottery ticket on the way home - just in case.
Then whilst watching the telly last night, I got a text from Hazel over at Moving Along With The Times to tell me that my name had come up on the random generator for last week blogs challenge and I had won 3 digi-stamps of my choice from Delicious Doodles so I didn't feel so bad about the bird then :-) (didn't win the lottery though)
Here is the card that I had entered for the challenge
These are for a lady who will be 80 in July and she asked for something plain & simple, yet stylish so I hope she likes what have I done for her. There are 15 in total (excluding the one not packaged which I shall keep for myself. Images from Enchanted Romance MCS
60th element cut out on craft robo and then glittered. Black backing is also glitter card but it doesn't show up on the photo. The idea is to represent diamonds for the 60th wedding anniversary and as you can get both white and black diamonds, I chose the white and black theme
I was having a play with My Craft Studio Pro and wanted to see if I could do a
Barbara Grey "style" card but without the stamping. I imported the image I wanted, flipped it, blurred it and opacitated it (don't know if that is a word but it is now) and did the same with the butterfly.
Made this from Rob Addams Celtic CD. I imported the main image into MCS to add the wording. The top layer was sprayed with Spray & shine to help it stand out and the rubies were blinged up with sakura clear glaze pen