Thanks to everyone who visited my blog yesterday on the wonderful WOYWW - I got round over 100 peeps - but have some more to visit - so I'll do those later... as others had also experienced - blogger was being a bugger so I visited some and it wouldn't accept my comment, then the laptop began acting up so I gave up really late last night - by which time I was exhausted (funny how being in your PJ's and doing nothing wears you out!) so will make up for it, if not tonight, tomorrow...
Anyhows, in my last post - I featured one of my latest acquisitions - a ceramic craft knife called a Slice... which looks like this:
Well, a few of you asked where I got it from and how much it cost... well, I paid £6.99 sterling and bought it from Joanna Sheen's on-line shop. I wasn't particularly looking for it, but had considered getting a new cutting knife previously - but never got round to it... how fortunate then that I waited. This is just an amazing tool... it doesn't cut your finger (yeh - I was daft enough to try it out)!!! LOL, and it cuts curves like a hot knife through butter. It won't rust and will last longer than steel. Well, don't take my word for it... If you're in the market for a new knife - go get!!!
Anyways, why don't I share a card with you...
Remember the car stamps I bought a while ago from QVC (click here for a reminder) - well, I actually inked them up to make a (late) card for my Sister's partner, Kevin. I hadn't forgotten, but wasn't able to make him one - and didn't want to give him one i'd made for stock as i'd have felt like I was shortchanging him in (yeh - I know, weird)!!!
Anyway, here it is:
The DP's are K&Co Hopscotch (great for boys and mens cards), image stamped with Black Tuxedo Momento Ink, coloured with Promarkers, cut with circle nesties. The 'studs' are card candy - adhered with tiny black foam pads.
Simple, but effective. I like.
Thanks for dropping by and taking the time to read this post. Please come back again. hugs, Paula x x x