The ‘tweaking syndrome’ continues – this card has undergone a couple of changes – a butterfly has been added, the edges of the card dusted with ink and the inside has also been prettied up. Just thought I’d show you what happened before it got put into a cellophane bag and then put away into the box of goodies that might one go to market ……
I know its a bit late – or a bit early – but I just started a board on pinterest called ‘Christmas in New Zealand’ and loaded this photo of a card I made last December onto it.
I’m on a mission to encourage the true seasonal flavour of our Christmas time – no more cotton wool snowmen, robins on snow bent branches and happy families around the fire – I don’t want to be in stores any more that are sprinkled with fake snow and playing that ‘Sleigh Bells Ring’ song and others like it. We should be writing and listening to our own Christmas songs, about warm sun and blue skies and sharing picnics with our families and friends. We must really find and celebrate our own traditions now……………..
But enough of that rant – I’ll find more stuff to load both here and on pinterest and I’ll come back to these thoughts later on.
Made for my daughter’s partner – an avid broadcaster….. and,oh dear, now I’ve forgotten what it’s called…….
Made from a ready made mdf board, painted, covered with paper and mod-podged. Distressed edges, die-cut radio waves, a photo and the call sign cut using the cricut machine and sealed again to finish.
As a new blogger I’m still puzzling over how to upload more than one photo at a time – so there will be a series of posts under the general heading of mixed media creations prior to 2013.
This one was made for my book-a-holic daughter for Christmas 2012.
A Book of Contemplation – I just wanted to make something where whatever page was opened there would be a message to uplift or make me think…… this is the cover of the book.
……..and we have constant discussions about that, despite the fact that he does have his very own chair strategically placed so that he can keep an eye on the activities.
Towards the end of 2011 I moved out of my bedroom and set up my ‘purpose-built’ play room…….