. . . but the memory lives on forever.
I made a card based around one I saw in a magazine a few weeks ago. It was the sentiment they’d used on the card which struck me and I wrote it down in my note book, hoping to use it at some stage. I went on-line to check that this sentiment didn’t belong to a crafting company – a stamp or something like that, and it didn’t – (yay!).
I printed the sentiment and cut it out using an oval die from a set bought a while back from Tattered Lace.
The card is pretty much self-explanatory if you look at the selection of 4 photos in this post.
The papers I used are from a selection of left-over scrapbooking papers – the two different prints were originally from the same book of papers. I layered them up on top of a soft rosey pink paper to pick out the lovely pink in the roses, then onto white card.
Made on a white 6×6″ card – the front of which I scored down the centre and folded it back on itself so to give that an extra dimension to the card. The oval sentiment is mounted onto the folded front of the card.
The adornments – the roses, the star, and the Angel bunny inside the card, are all from a selection of Tilda adornments, which I’ve had for ages. I tied a bow of pink satin ribbon from my stash and . . . . Voila! That’s all there was too it!
Once I’d figured it out, and chosen the papers I wanted to use, – the actual making of the card was really quite quick.
Well … It’s Wednesday again! I’ve not liked Wednesdays very much since I was at school.
On Wednesday (when I was at school) we had:- a whole morning of Cookery. Loved Cookery! Then after lunch we had Double Geography (which I didn’t like), then a lesson of History – which I quite liked, and finally, at the end of the day, was a Double PE (physical education). Having PE at the end of the day Was. A. Nightmare!
Our [meany] PE teacher wouldn’t end the lesson until five minutes before the end of school bell rang. This meant that we had to: Get stripped off; take showers; get dried; get dressed; and get out of the door and run the length of the playground and to the bus stop, all within those five minutes, or the chances were that we’d miss the bus and have to walk home. She was a real pain and wouldn’t listen to us when we begged her to give us ten minutes instead of five, to wash, dress and get out to our bus. Hence … I hated Wednesday, and after a gazillion years of not being in school, I still have that ‘droopy mood’ feeling about the day.
What about you? Do you have any day that you don’t like very much? Or days you remember from school which you didn’t look forward to? Do tell and share with me.
Aaanyhoo ….. Wishing you a truly lovely day. May the weather be warm, may the wind be gentle, and may you get out of school in time to catch your bus!
Sending squidges from my corner to yours ~