Raspberries and Christmas decorations (Warning: photo heavy)
Hello desk hoppers! I hope you’ve all had a good week. Mine was good because it has flown by. I know we all complain that Wednesday comes round so quickly. It certainly did this week.
Here’s a photo of my desk on last night (Tuesday evening).
I had just finished making some Christmas decorations with the DoCrafts X-cut large die.
You cut out 12 pieces and then ‘hook’ them together. It took me all evening to make these two. But it was fun.
There are two red rosettes which I made this weekend for my scrapbook lay out, and you can also see a Christmas card leaning against my little bin. (also made with die-cuts)
You can see some cards on the shelf. On the left a pink girly card I made with a stamp I bought not so long ago. Next to that a Christmas card made with a magazine freebie from years ago.
Then there's a postcard from Russia (www.postcrossing.com) and on top of the Bible, a Happy Anniversary card as it was our 22nd wedding anniversary on Saturday.
The postcard from Russia was this cute little art work by Anna Silvonchik.
On the house front... we had a chappy come round spraying polyurethane foam on all the roofs and ceilings and some walls. It’s insulation. At our request he sprayed our water bottle, so that in summer water will keep cool.
Ah, the raspberries.... I found them in my little court yard. It’s unusual to have fruit at this time of year. It’s getting cold and the days are short. But we have more than 300 days sun a year, so that’s probably why.
That’s it from me this week. I’ll try to visit everyone in the course of the week, but I like to take my time and read blogs, look at photos and click on links.
Have a good week. God bless.
PS: Here are two more Christmas cards I made (with the same freebie papers):