What a difference a sunny day can make. It was a bit nippy and a little breezy but the sun was shinning and the sky crystal clear and the bluest of blue. I donned my hat and coat and I sat on the back step just letting the sun beat down on me. It was glorious and I do feel so much the better for it. The weather guys say today is supposed to be a repeat of the same. Although I'll be spending the better part of the day waiting on Jim as he has his CAT scan and lab work I do plan to find some time to sit in the sun. I do hope you will all enjoy a lovely sunny day as well.
March is National Craft Month. Anyone who has followed me for a while wont be surprised to hear I've saved a few of my Christmas gift cards for the March sales. This weekend every craft shop in town has a sale, the coupons have already been printed and more are arriving in the mail daily. I'll leave you all to guess what I'll be up to this weekend. :)
My cards today are quite simple as once again I’ve allowed this lovely paper from DCWV Mariposa matstak do all the work. I simply cut inside the printed frame, inked the white edges, threaded my ribbon thru the frame then added my sentiment behind it all. The paper seemed to lend itself to a sympathy card so I went with it. I'm loving this matstack so much I think I'll get another.
These are for an upcoming craft fair. I was not able to get a table at the Come On Spring craft fair as I’d hoped. It is always THE event of the season. They don’t announce a call for vendors, instead it is done by word of mouth. The mouths that promised to let me know DIDN'T. Althought it's been treated as Top Secret information I have managed to get the name and number of the event coordinator. Hopefully she’ll have a table for me at Christmas. Although it was the event I’d really hoped to take part in there will be others.
Have an Amazing Day!