Stamp-Hoppy Poppy has a prezzie.
'Snow'- White Opal liquid pearls.
Papers- Mini pack 'wonderland' 6x6.
Charm- Double star.
Twine- Natural button twine.
Sequins from my stash!!
I received the most wonderful message and email from the lovely Mary at The Ribbon Girl over the weekend. She had seen my Grandad Goals and asked me if I would like to Guest Design for them for the Use any image challenges for a spell to help me along with my make a card a day goal. Oh my, how super kind and wonderful was that? I was so excited I didn't even need time to think about it, yes of course I would love to Mary Thank you very much!!!
The little bits I chose arrived faster than a snap a day after I ordered them on monday and yesterday I couldn't resist having a play right away!! I know the challenge isn't for a couple more weeks but a girls got to practice right?!!! and I was in a cute mood too so my head went right for shaker card fun and that gorgeous little Hoppy Poppy has a prezzie.
I chose the Mini pack 'wonderland' 6x6 paper pack.It's so sweet, there are a selection of glittered and unglittered papapers in it so a mix of the 2 looks just dreamy together but my favourite choose was the super sweet little Double star charm.It's so pretty and ever so shiny. I threaded it onto the Natural button twine and popped a teeny dab of clear hot glue on the underside to get it to stick to Poppy's circle.
I kept looking at Poppy and thinking she needed a little bit of festive snow or blingles around her and decided to go for my White Opal liquid pearls. I know there are a tonne of new things on the market but I am absolutely sure there will never be anything more scrumptious than liquid pearls and the white opal and platinum ones are my absolute faves.
Well, that's me for today. I've school run'd, walked Tyson and I am going to have another little play with my bits and get the challenge card ready for a couple of weeks time before I go to fetch Mo. Today I am holding onto to my tears the best I can because I have managed to cry out my eyelashes!!! they were still delicate after chemo and seem to of washed away with all the tears! what a noodle brain I am!! thank you for popping in, huge hugs Lou xxx