Goooood Mooorrrrnnnnniiing Moooonnnnnndddaayy!!!!
I'm sorry to rub it in to those of you who don't have lovely weather this morning, but we have a beautiful day here in Nottinghamshire although we did have a few spits of rain a little while ago and it's obviously not here to stay for long but while it lasts I'm making the most of it to get my holiday washing caught up with. We have a lovely breeze which is drying perfectly.
Last week my Hubby and I had a much needed few days break in Mid Wales. We stayed in a log cabin at a little place called Victoria Wells, Llanwrtyd Wells, Powys. It's a sort of log cabin motel and the accommodation is basic but comfy for a short break and includes a full English breakfast and 3 course dinner. The menu choices for dinner were excellent and the food was lovely. The place itself is beautiful and perfectly situated to explore the Brecon Beacons which I have fallen in love with. I think we will definitely be staying there again sometime. When I've had time to download and edit my pics I'll post a few.
In the meantime here's a quick post of a project I made recently using some new Chocolate Baroque Christmas stamps. I made a gift wallet the template for which I found on the Splitcoaststampers site.
The backing paper is one of Glenda's designs and I think might be from her downloadable ones which should be available on the site soon. The stamped images and sentiments all come from the same new set of stamps called Christmas Cheer. I love this set and think there's a really nice mix of images including one particular sentiment stamp which I especially love.
There is still new Christmas inspiration being posted daily by the Chocolate Baroque DT over on the blog (link in my sidebar) showcasing the new stamp sets. My second post for this particular theme is tomorrow so I hope you get chance to pop over for a look.
Right, I had better get a wiggle on (as my crafty friend Judith says) as I have loads to catch up on. Unfortunately, a lot of it is housework chores, yuck!
As always thank you for taking time to visit. I really do appreciate you dropping by.
Have a lovely day and I'll be back soon.