Happy Bank Holiday everyone.
I hope the weather is nicer where you are than it is here where it is cold, windy and rainy. All I can say is thank goodness Jenna and Tony got married last Saturday and not today, lol!
Well, I'm back sooner than I expected with another post because this month's Chocolate Baroque Guild Newsletter has started arriving on member's doorsteps (I got mine this morning) and one of the articles in there was a fun challenge Glenda gave the teamies a while ago .................... to make some paper shoes!
Now, I have to admit that I was not amused when she gave us this challenge, lol! I am definitely not into this sort of thing normally but I got stuck in to give it my best shot and I ended up having so much fun. Glenda asked us if we could add more pictures to the DT blog. My buddy Judith did her post last night and I've just done mine so if you'd like to pop over there using the link in my sidebar you can see some better pics of what we came up with.
I've just decided while doing these posts that I'm going to make one of these for my Mum in lieu of a birthday card. It's just the sort of thing she will appreciate although it will of course mean I have to look at it for at least the next year, displayed on her dresser, Ha! Ha!
Oooh, I forgot to mention that there is a free downloadable shoe template on the Chocolate Baroque website (link in my sidebar) if you'd like to have a play. Leave us a comment on the DT blog if you do as I'd love to come and see what you make.
Thanks for looking.
PS Thanks to those of you who left messages yesterday wishing me better from my virus. Your wishes must be working because I had a much better night's sleep and the cough finally seems to be subsiding, Yay!!!