Thanks for popping in.
Been prep prep prep prepping all day, getting set set set for the Telly show on Hochanda on Sunday. There‘s a lot of Groovi to do, and boy! There’s nothing worse than having a load to do and just not enough time to enjoy doing it. Acceptance is the key to my frustration today. I have to accept that parchment art takes as long as it takes, that I don’t have to – nay! I cannot – create masterpieces in minutes on the box, and there are loads of newbies and beginners out there, who will enjoy taking a step back with me and keeping it simple. Trust me! It will be simple !!!
So, as you can deduce, the old washing machine head is on spin cycle, and the more I panic, the less effective i am.
So. Sod it. I have decided to go for a walk while it’s still light.
But the blog!! Thank goodness for those Fresh Cut Dies! What a quick and easy way to make great art!!
This here card took less than 5 minutes. Here’s how:
Go to stash and find those tulips you drew, Gray! Black, white or manila.
Black. Ok. Now pick a background colour. Nice one. Can anyone help? Which pack does this one come from?
Sheet of double-sided adhesive. Trim to size
Peel off front wax paper, position and sandwich. It will stick to the front.
Pick a Perga Glitter. Gold this time. If you want super fine, non static, beautiful glitter, then look no further.
I could just dust with talc, which would look very classy too, AND the colours would be brighter,
but I knowalotta ladies do like a bit of bling!
Sprinkle liberally on the front, rub in with your finger, tap off excess.
And stop the clock!
Perfect. Absolutely lovely. Effortless. AND FAST!!!!!
And there’s still time for a walk! Yay.
I’ve been piling on the weight since the wedding. Fat and Happy, that’s me! Correction. Fat, happy and on spin cycle!
Love & Hugs,