I have just returned from my regular hospital visit & everything seems to be being kept under control. That is the situation is being maintained. The appointment today was with the nurse & my next appointment with the oncologist is on December 27th. What's more it is at 9:00 am. 😒 Also the blood test I have to have before that visit is on Christmas Eve. 😟
Today I have the first set of photos from the Mold II meeting on Tuesday evening. Today's photos are of their show & tell, which was to make a Christmas card around the design shown by Carolyn at the October meeting. A tri-fold card;-
This is Dot's card.
It doesn't have a name tag with it, as she had left it at home on the evening & emailed it to Carolyn later. Love the colours of the background that go so well with the topper.
This is Carol's card & she has kept her decoration to a minimum with just strips down the sides rather than the complete "C" shape each side. Very effective.
Sue also made a card in a similar style but she seems to have escaped the camera.
This is Annette's card using a die cut topper that featured in a magazine a while ago - I think Annette said it was one of last years & it goes so well with the background paper.
A beautiful gold card from Elizabeth. Not only such a lovely festive card, but with different wording & decoration would be a beautiful special age.anniversary card too.
I love the bauble background on Elma's card. Elma said that she had difficulty folding the card this time & so it is slightly different. But it still makes a great card which is the most important thing.
Madeline chose a lovely Hunkydory topper to embellish her card with a great snowflake background.
Well done ladies & thank you to Carolyn for showing us another great card. It is so nice to make a card that is not just a piece of card folded in half. Although, before you all shout at me, they are also a good base for fantastic cards as has been seen here over the years.
That is me for now.
The other set of photos - tomorrow.
'Bye for now.