Thought I would start this post by showing you two of the Taster Workshops I taught at our 10th birthday weekend.
The first is all Dylusions...paint, sprays and stamps.
Curious Corrin has been ensnared into the freely swinging cage, with a rather forlorn look on her face.!!
Here are the reverse of the tags.
The second tag was all about Ranger.
We used Distress Stains, Perfect Pearl Mists, and Archival inks.
Love my frogs head from the Pondering Petunia set.
And heres the reverse of the tag's
One of the DT, the gorgeous Bezzie Su made these fabulous tags.
Here she decided that the frogs would make marvelous chandeliers, lol.
And this one is my fave...skull and crossed legs, lmao. Frikkin hilarious...
Here's a couple of thrifting bargains.
I have had my eye on this book in my local charity shop. It is used as a prop and I am always asking if they would sell it to me. Well yesterday I struck gold. I think I actually wore them down, but hey ho.!!
It is a fabulous John Bull edition of the New English dictionary, and is about 4 in thick.
I also picked up this little beauty.
It is a Japanese book, and it starts at the back and reads forward. How frikkin cool is that.??
On to Daily Outfit.
How good am I at the moment, managing to keep up.?? Ooops do you think that is tempting fate a little..??
Repro 50's style dress
tomato red cardi..thrifted
and ever so faithful Dr Marten boots
Well I love it.!!!..lol
Oh and battered old fluffy jacket.
Did you spot the Union Jack hanging from my window. ?? It is an original from 1914, and no, you don't need to know how much I paid for it, lol. Suffice to say I wasn't buying any boots that month, I can tell you. But so, sooooooo worth it.!!
I'll leave you with a journal from my ledger. This one I completed in class on Tuesday. The challenge was to use an image someone else had chosen for you.
Quote of the Century
"You are an extraordinary woman.
How can you expect anything ordinary to happen to you"
Louisa May Alcott
"If I find in myself desires in which nothing in this world can satisfy, the only logical explanation is that I was made for another world"
C. S. Lewis