Thanks for popping in.
Boy oh boy!
Were the gods smiling on us in Glastonbury, or what ?!?
The one day I did wear my wellies because the sky looked rather ominous and it felt a bit cold, I regretted it,
because the sun came out and we had another fabulously warm day.
Nope. It was flip-flops the entire time.
We packed up our camp this morning and headed home.
No traffic, a straight and easy run.
Just as Dave parked the caravan in the drive,
(he makes it look so easy!)
the sky turned black – and down it came.
Within half an hour the rain was coming in the kitchen,
so aren’t we glad we were home!
I thought I’d make a simple and very appropriate card
with one of my very favourite stencils:
the mother and daughter one:
Pounded Black Archival ink through the daughter aperture
directly onto a piece of the Northern Lights paper.
Tore a piece of copy paper and pounded a little ground underneath her feet.
Trimmed the paper, ran a black marker around the outer edges,
then mounted the piece on the back of another sheet of the same paper. Mounted that on an 8″x8″ folded blank. Done
She’s up on the Tor, looking out over the fields.
In the distance, she can still hear the music.
They have all gone home now, but the beat goes on…
But now it’s time to sort this room out and get cracking with the prep for the telly and the retreats.
Work begins again tomorrow.
Love & Hugs,