Merry Christmas to you all and let`s hope for a good and healthy new year!
Take care out there!
One has to fall in love with something to see the beauty in different things.
"MY" Frida - getting me back into the mood to take another ride.
My favorite stamp from Stampotique? ? ?
The words " can`t wait to see what`s around the corner" reflects life right now - we all want to get rid of the covid19 virus - and of course we all hope that the future will be bright and exciting!
Inspired by the colours of autumn, Still brownish/red and not yellow.
The rain came to dear Luxemburg and covered us total humidity. It has been raining the last 10 days and I did NOT believe I would say so BUT it is almost depressing! After this summer when we once again was longing for rain and shade I swore I would enjoy every rainy day coming up...
Anyway - the nature is happy!
And I have my poncho, my HH trousers and my beloved wellies....it`s just so DARK!
I made this tag thinking of the blue, crispy days in between the rain. We are just in the beginning of October - I`m sure they will come.
"Höst" = Autumn in swedish.
Nature! Not only in our minds - always there/here!
Go green - show respect - always behave - enjoy!
... and finally the rain arrived... and it makes me HAPPY!!!
Soon the leaves will be gone but untill then we will enjoy their beautiful colours.
This fortnight Stampotique `s latest theme is "girls".
I made this quit simlpe tag using die cuts from Sizzix and Amy design, a gelli plate background, A LOT OF embossing powder, the stamps "girlfriends" by Janet Klein and "squares background" by Terri Richardson AND some watercolors. ..
"If you can`t fly then run,
if you can`t run then walk,
if you can`t walk then crawl,
but whatever you do, you have to keep moving forward."
I had a good "go" with acrylics, old papers, lots of bits and pieces and in the end some lovely rub-ons. Stamps and cutting dies are from Gummiapan and Deco Time.
|Front page = collected "old" paper .|
|Funny photo, envelope, sheet of music paper, paper bags,|
|floral paper from my beloved Flow magazine,|
|collected elements from the past few years,|