Well I have been AWOL for a long time haven't I? I see my previous post was for Rudolph day in April and here we are at 25th May so it's time to post again. I have had a very busy month with a visitor who came to house/animal sit while we were away, then our holiday, another visitor on the day we got back, the long trip to Alicante for the first visitor to go home, and then on Thursday my grandson flew back, and we are now back to 'normal', whatever that is. Of course I still have the 1,415 photos I took on holiday to sort out, as well as the ones taken with our visitors, three weeks of Project Life to catch up on, some ATCs to make by next Wednesday, and I suppose a bit of housework wouldn't come amiss, but I guess that is fairly normal for me.
However I did manage to make a quick Christmas card last night for Rudolph Day, and here it is.
The framed bell was cut on my silhouette cameo using an Anna Mironova design file from UK Scrappers, and the corners are a Marianne die. Both are cut from Bronze mirriboard. (I had just loaded a new blade in my silhouette so, for once, it did an excellent cut first time round). They are mounted onto a BP from a 6"x 6" paper pad by Dovecraft - goodness knows how many years I have had that for - and I cut out the centre to show the die cut better. As the paper is greener than it looks on the photo, I used a pale green base card. A tiny bronze peel-off greeting was all it needed to finish it off.