Just like you, I haven't had much time to sit and create but I always make time for my journal. Half the fun is selecting images to fit the day and since I usually work on these in the morning that's a bit of a challenge. (Like a mirror image, I just realized that I used the same stamp twice - oh, well..) Do you journal? I don't think I could not. Lately I've been using the little notebooks you get at the $$$ store. Sometimes I glue two pages together if I think they're going to be too heavy. They're my air. Diane
I just couldn't talk myself into being happy with the first creation so this is a better one I came up with. Much better, I think. Good thing I wasn't working on a time clock on these. Anyway. I used part of the same base of the old one and remembered having some paper with pears on it (The French Flea Market - The Minds Eye). Cut out my pear tree and reinforced it, then added my old Hungarian Partridge, and some tiny pine cones. And we have it folks. Diane
This might be all I get done for a while in the Twelve Days of Christmas. It's going to take me some time to collect little elements for them. They're all going to be around 3" x 3" so it's a bit of a challenge (especially when it's a tree). We have Hungarian Partridges in our area and I thought it would be fun to use one of those in my pear tree.
It took me a while to post this one. I waver between it just looks dumb to O.K. - it isn't dumb! Diane
The Twelve Days of Christmas at Alpha Stamps sounds like fun. As you know it's A Partridge in a Pear Tree so being a late starter I did two turtledoves today. I'm still working on the partridge in a pear tree. Three french hens will be a great one to stir up my imagination. It will be fun watching to see which designer will do the next ten. Diane