Wednesday, 19 October 2016

Let It Snow

Hello and happy Wednesday. Things are going well in my conservatory, I now have a floor and a roof, woo hoo! The bad news is 'cos it's so cold at the moment we have to give the plaster 2 weeks to dry out before we can paint it and I can move back in. So it's another 'out of the garage' creation today!

For the next 2 weeks PaperArtsy have a squares and grids challenge. 
For the background I brayered Teresa Green and Hint of Mint onto some smooth card. Then I stamped Darcy's Christmas tree and cut it into squares. I think you can work the rest of it out lol.
The white in the background is just brayered gesso.
This was great fun to make and I hope to be able to join in again.
Thanks very much for looking, and have a great week x


  1. Lovely piece, be patient, soon your conservatory will be welcoming you back! Hugs, Valerie

  2. I,m enjoying the garage creations Sue and it does sound very modern. Are you listening to garage music as well

    Love Chrissie xx

    1. This would be a big fat NO Chrissie lol xx

  3. Now that's what I call a funky Christmas card! I bet you can't wait to get back to normal can you, us crafters have to have things a certain way don't we
    Donna xx

  4. Brilliant card Sue, I love it!

  5. Stunning Christmas piece Sue, love the beautiful grid. xx

  6. Really clever - I love your gridwork Christmas tree. Sounds as though things are moving on in the conservatory, but a pain about the drying out time.
    Alison x

  7. Oh love this hun stunning piece of work hugs cheryl xxx

  8. This is really effective sue! Good luck with the conservatory!

    Lucy x

  9. A lovey card dear Sue, needing a bit of patience but when we do what we love, we can be very patient and become able to do some things we would never try or do otherwise (like sewing Lol)... :D xxx

  10. You are one of the reasons that when I am late, I do try to catch up! Wouldn't have missed this post for the world. I love the whole thing especially the tree!
    sandy xx


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