At last, I think I can say that this busy period I've been going through is over for me ... well, all but a visit to the dentist later this week ... and I'll be able to settle down to a bit of serious crafting time again :)
However, I do have a card to share with you. It was made for a friend whose husband, sadly, died recently.
Never the easiest of cards to make, I kept it simple. And, in fact, the design of this card is a variation on one I made a couple of years ago - I like the clean look of it. I also find grey softer and less stark than black.
a white card base
a piece of white card embossed with the Tied Together folder (a much appreciated gift from a crafting buddy)
a piece of grey card for matting
Hero Arts Classic Messages 'thinking of you' stamp
Memento grey ink pad, London Fog
I'm happy to report that Bonnie seems much improved - she hasn't been sick since the vet injected her on Friday. I don't mind telling you now that I was very worried for her. She is, at fourteen, a little old lady and I'd steeled myself to be told the worst so what a relief to find that what ailed her was treatable.
The EM is well again too and very much back to his normal vibrant self ... he even went to his keep fit class this morning :)
As it was a bright and sunny day, we drove over to visit my mother's memorial garden this afternoon. It was lovely to see the pot of tiny Tete-a-Tete daffodils we put there at our last visit in full bloom.
And for those of you who follow Arihanna's progress, she is, at 14 months, walking. The last time we visited she was staggering around by hanging on to the furniture but hadn't plucked up the courage to let go - yesterday, she did. There will be no stopping her now :))
It's late, time to call it a day.
Take care everyone, and happy crafting,