Hello everyone!!! I'm back after nearly 4 weeks of not creating one single thing. Why? I am recovering from pneumonia. A lot of you may know that I made the big drive to Canberra to stay for a few weeks. The temperature difference is incredible (I went from humid and warm to very cold). Hence, a chest infection which turned into the dreaded pew-ne-monia... Luckily it wasn't a very bad dose but a few hours were spent in the hospital having tests and xrays done. I'm still a bit 'off' but actually feel human again now. I am leaving to drive home on Saturday so I am trying to spend as much time now with my family before I go.
Tomorrow my son and I are going to spend a couple of hours at the Australian War Memorial. He's a big lad so if I get tired I reckon he will piggy back me ;)
Anyway, we are here today for a new challenge that is on at Addicted to Stamps and More.
This week we want you to MAKE YOUR MARK. What does this mean? Well, you must use markers, pencils, crayons, chalks etc on your project.
Here is my DT card -
Now, the best thing about recovering when you are sick is that you can still do your online shopping. I have a few new goodies to try but when I was so sick I couldn't even stamp something without being exhausted, and to have no inspiration to boot...
Anyway, I am very happy with how my latest card has turned out.
I have used my markers directly onto my stamps.
I have decided that I am going to start listing my supplies at the end of my post instead of within my post. That way if you would like to know what I have used it will be much easier to see.
I was inspired by the colour palette over at the House of Cards which is hosting their CAS week.
I would also like to link this card to these wonderful challenge -
Cuttlebug Mania - back to Nature
Thanks so much for looking xx
- Cardstock - Whisper White, Perfect Plum, Wisteria Wonder
- Stamps - Papillon Potpourri, En Francais, Express Yourself
- Ink/Markers - Calypso Coral, Wisteria Wonder, Perfect Plum
- Punch - Elegant Butterfly
- Dies - Framelits (Circles Collection)