Guess who had a play in their craft room? [grins] I’m still not feeling 100% and the mojo is still M.I.A. and hiding somewhere in the craft room, but I’m still on the case and, with the help of our dog (an animal who can smell a biscuit crumb from 30 yards) I’m hoping to find that missing mojo very soon.
In the meantime I put together a Birthday card made with components from Hunkydory.
It’s a 3D card which folds completely flat, so no need for a big box. When opened up (into an X shape) the middle sections are hung from invisible thread (from my sewing threads box) and the two dimpled gold rings, and the central disc picturing the racing car, spin around – in a slight breeze (from opening a door nearby), or if you blow very gently on them.
below are three photos which show each ‘quarter’ of the card so that you can see it from all sides.
So – finally, one card done! That’s a big move forward in the right direction. I’m off again to the craft room this afternoon, so fingers crossed … there might be something else to share on another day soon. [GRINS a very hopeful grin!]
Happy Wednesday the 18th of January! Did you know that … on this day in History:-
- 1644 – Perplexed Pilgrims in Boston reported America’s 1st UFO sighting
- 1788 – The first elements of the First Fleet carrying 736 convicts from England to Australia arrives at Botany Bay to set up a penal colony
- 1896 – 1st demonstration of an X-ray machine in US.
- 1919 – Bentley Motors Limited is founded
- 1944 – The Metropolitan Opera House in New York City hosts a jazz concert for the first time. The performers were Louis Armstrong, Benny Goodman, Lionel Hampton, Artie Shaw, Roy Eldridge and Jack Teagarden.
- 1964 – Beatles 1st appear on Billboard Chart (I Want to Hold Your Hand-#35)
- 1967 – ‘Boston Strangler’ sentenced to life
- 1973 – John Cleese’s final episode on “Monty Python’s Flying Circus” on BBC TV
- 1980 – Pink Floyd’s “Wall” hits #1
- 1981 – Wendy O Williams arrested in Milwaukee for on-stage obscenity
- 1991 – Longest tennis match at the Australian Open, Boris Becker beats Italy’s Omar Camporese in 5 hours & 11 mins
That’s just a little handful of things which happened on this day in history. Wikipedia have a huuuge list, and if you’d like to read more about todays date simply click on the name.
Hope your week is off to a good start and that the weather is treating you kindly, wherever you are on the planet. But … if the weather is fowl and you have bills to pay you’d rather not be paying … just think … you’re in a better place than you could be. So please look at what you’re blessed with, and have a truly lovely, blessed, rest of your day.
Sending squidges from me in my corner to you in yours.