Did you have that fantastic sunset in your area tonight? It was one of those sunsets where I needed to be way out in the country to get a really good photo. But just photographing it over the roof tops wouldn't have really shown it off.
Anyway I am here tonight to show you the Show & Tell cards from last nights Mold II meeting. Where the challenge was colour theme - Kraft, pale blue & peach. Several of the ladies said that they hadn't liked the thought of this colour scheme - but as always they came through --
Isn't this delightful,
& here is another one slightly different. Pleased to see a stamped happy birthday.
Some beautiful flowers - pale blue & peach actually go very well together.
A lovely Easter egg card - just the right colours for this one.
Such a pretty card & we have been teased by this one. Carol who made it is going to show us - possibly next month - how she made those flowers.
Very very pretty & made by Elizabeth who had just bought (or been given) a Big -Shot machine.
Obviously thoroughly enjoying getting used to using it.
Another one of those lovely fold flat pop up card in a box cards.
(See my note at the end)
Very delicate card
I just had to show this sentiment it was on the insert in the above card.
Isn't a lovely saying?
I love finding these colour combinations - it does us all good to step out of our comfort zone on colour & surprise ourselves with what we can create.
At the start of the evening Rita showed us all a quick "no measuring" way of creating that fold flat pop-up box card. Then Carolyn - whose lovely display of these cards I had showcased recently - also came up with a quick way.
I will write up their 2 versions & put it on the tutorial page. I had said previously I was going to put an instruction on there & it happens to be the same one as Carolyn has suggested. I will try & do that tomorrow.
Tomorrow I have one of my crochet workshops. Then in the afternoon I need to put the finishing touches to my "first wedding anniversary" card for Bob. Yes! a whole year has gone by - one year on Friday. Where does the time go.
That's me for now.