As this post gets published I am up and about - we are back at The Royal Marsden
today as Elliott has further tests.
Glad to report his appointment yesterday went well,
he was super brave in having his mask made for radiotherapy.
The staff were fantastic, nothing was rushed, perfectly calm and
I have to say they were very knowledgeable about Harry Potter!
Thank you for all your good wishes - Elliott reads my blog so he
sees all your comments and is always touched and grateful.
Now to craft - if you have ordered a Charity Recipe Book/Notebook Kit
and/or an Add-On Kit - I promise they are on their way.
I was awaiting some more chipboard covers (not really a book without them!)
They have just arrived and are being popped into the envelopes.
I've got my Post Office on standby..well, I mentioned to the very nice lady
in my local PO that I would be back so I think that counts!
As mentioned, a lucky number is within each kit and this month
(and for October and November!)
it is the amazing prize of selecting 6 stamp sets from Waltzing Mouse Stamps.
Kits are still available, I will always carry spares of each one.
Talking of lucky numbers...where are you number
The prize of dies has not been claimed!!
Hopefully I will hear from you, I'm wondering if you are on holiday
and escaping this horrible wet weather!
Please drop me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phew - that's a lot of chatting, how about something crafty?
A little card using just one die set - Bird Sanctuary.
I used a piece of corrugated cardboard box packaging - ripped it up a little bit
and inked it for the background, always a fan of recycling.
The birdcage looks effective cut from foil and in fact it was this
card that inspired me to create the mini tag/brag book which was the first Charity Kit.
The bird has a particularly beady eye achieved by a tiny black pearl.
The papers used are Graphic 45.
I will be back soon, I have lots of Christmassy things to share with you!
Take care friends.