Saturday, 26 September 2015

Flurry of Wishes Project No. 5

Hello, Crafters.

It's the weekend again and the weather's looking good......................enjoy it while it lasts!

Today I shall be at the Gingham Goose Craft Market at Holwood Farm, in New Road Hill, Keston, Kent, BR2 6AB.

If you're looking for somewhere to go, do pop along and say hello.

I haven't been to this venue before but I have been told it's a lovely place and the farm shop is well worth a visit. The Craft Market runs from 10 - 4 pm.

Today's card is my one my favourite colour combinations, black, gold and white.  

The snowflake is supported by invisible thread.

The idea is that when you close the card, you twist the snowflake a few times so when the recipient opens it, the snowflake spins round.

The products used for the card are Flurry of Wishes, Oh, What Fun and Cozy Christmas Stamp Sets.

The stripe glossy paper is from the Winter Wonderland Specialty Designer Series Paper.

As there is an opening on the front of the card which allows you to see through to the inside of the card, I have adhered a shaped piece of Whisper White Card Stock at the bottom of the inside for the sender to write their greeting.

The quality of the photographs aren't brilliant - they look a bit misty, but I'm not sure why.

Fortunately, my card making skills are definitely better than my photographic skills!

Until tomorrow, happy crafting.

JanB.

 

2 comments:

  1. Hi Jan, I've become an avid fan of your blog and videos lately, as I'm unable to do any crafting at the moment due to a broken left wrist (I'm left handed) and a broken right arm. Just love this one and all the others I've watched, thank you xx

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  2. Hi, Annette. I'm so sorry to hear you've had an accident and I wish you a very speedy recovery. I'm really pleased you enjoy my blog and videos and hope they'll keep you entertained whilst you're incapacitated. I hope you're back crafting really soon. Kind regards, JanB.

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