Evening lovely Crafters. I hope you are all staying dry in this monsoon weather. I think I grew webbed feet yesterday, they never seemed to get dry!!! On a serious note I do hope none of you are suffering flooding. I can't imagine what it must be like to watch water run through your house, the pictures on the news in the South West are awful. My thoughts are with you all.
Yesterday morning I had a real thrill when Sir Steve Redgrave visited DD's Primary school (he could've rowed there is was so wet) and the Parents were invited along to the assembly he gave. What a nice man he is and was genuinely interested in answering the children's questions. They all got a signed class photo of him although most of them had to google him prior to his visit to find out who he was. I think the adults were definitely the most impressed!!
On a crafty note, I'm busy with DT work and making birthday presents...and wedding cakes... at the minute so don't have a lot to share but I know I didn't show you many of my last lot of samples for Sheena and those stamps were a real delight to work with so I thought I'd share a couple more.
These are both stamped with twinkling H20's and I used the beautiful Wisteria stamp.
I glittered this one when the paint had dried.
And the background for this was made with other stamps from the same plate just randomly stamped to make a collage.
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a lovely Sunday whatever you are up too. We shall be sharing the TV, firstly for the Grand Prix and then to cheer on one Mr Murray!!!!
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