Just a quick little post as I've been rather busy (gadding up to Harrogate for a start, Lol) and haven't managed a post for over a week. Naughty, naughty! It's just a sneak peek really of the project I should have done for our joint CSQ blog over a month ago. I chose the pretty canvas by Sharon Neill from the June issue of Craft Stamper thinking it would be relatively easy. Well, I was badly mistaken! Every one of us struggled as regular visitors to our joint blog will know and I had actually given up and gone onto other projects including my flag book which I thoroughly enjoyed doing. However, I don't like to be completely beaten so I decided to give it one more try (3 tries went in the figurative bin) ................. and it worked. Yay and double Yay!!!
If you want to see the whole thing please visit Craft Stamping Quartet and while you're there take a look at my friend Elaine's beautiful flag book if you haven't already seen it.
Thanks for visiting and leaving much appreciated comments if you have time.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend.
Saturday, 17 July 2010
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cant wait to see the whole canvas,the sneak peek looks fab.
Glad you perservered.. Its lovely I've left a comment on the CSQ site.
well done for not giving up Lesley -it looks great now! Love the colours, really zingy, and the masking is wonderful - and I couldn't see the tissue paper!
Hi Lesley. Your canvas turned out beautifully in the end! Lovely design and colours.
Hols start this Friday! We'll have to have a chat soon about when/where Sally & I can meet up with you. xx
Oh wow! That looks wonderful! I hope you had a fab time at Harrogate and didn't spend more than you should... well, only if you just had to have it!
looking good so far.
love debbie xxx
I adore the colours adn the finished effect is very elegant.
I know just what you mean about almost giving up and the bin routine as I went through the same last week with my fist canvas.
It was something I had planned for ages but only took the plung when I needed to do a minature and the 3x3 canvas fitted the bill perfectly.
The hardest part for me was being able to place something firn underneath the centre part of the canvas to be able to stamp a good image - henc the bin came into play.
Hi Lesley, this is a teaser post! Now I'll have to go and have a look, but you'll understand nosyiness since I notice you are a WOYWW'ER too. See you around the desks!, cuttlehugs ikki
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