I discovered that if I put a piece of A3 paper in front of me not only does it knock of the chill of the glass surface but it acts as a memo pad, sketchpad and handy jotter.
The three wooden buttons were given to me by a friend of my Mum's. People never throw anything out now they just pass it onto me.
My Goddaughter Amy was the Cheshire Cat in her school play last week, Alice In Wonderland. When I saw this little hare featured in a Mollie Makes Magazine and based on the same story, I thought I could use it for the Tag Tuesday Challenge theme of Mad March Hare. It has been made by Les Petits Bohemes
The Wobbly Shop business card www.thewobblyshop.co.uk was given to me when I purchased one of RACHEL JOHNS stitched paper birds on Todmorden Market on Saturday. Several local artists have got together and are selling their work on the weekly Market. It's a great way for people who might not necessarily go into galleries to buy original arts and crafts. I had an interesting chat with the person who runs the stall (sorry forgot to get her name) and I am hoping that they might be interested in selling some of my DOODLY BIRDS
The red and White waxed check paper was the wrapping from some gorgeous ham I bought on the inside Market (couldn't bear to throw it away) and I am going to use it on my tag.
|also my new guillotine|
This is the mock up of it.
To see the final result and everyone else's tags click on to the link