which I ordered late on Thursday….fingers crossed it turns up today.
Last night was quite productive (apart from the terrible problems we are having with the main base unit in the office, so I’m blogging from the slow notebook), I managed to get one of the three CJ’s completed.
It was entitled Angels & Demons, and after a bit of a false start I really am quite pleased with it. It’s funny, you start off going in one direction, do a U-turn and voila!
I couldn’t sleep much, and so took advantage of the fact and got up at about 6 o’clock to craft and endulge in a bit of Mitchell & Webb on Radio 4’s listen again – they are so funny – it’s a great new series.
Whilst doing that, I’ve started on the 2nd CJ I need to get done…..actually, I’ve made quite good progress with the sign in tag drying and the background cardstock covered. I think I know which direction I’m going in with – fingers crossed I stay on track!
Obviously, with the base unit playing up again, I might not be able to post last night’s CJ piccies, but I will save them up for when the Technical Guy gets it all working again.
Ohhh, forgot, I had a huge spending sprey with English Paper Company for the Galaxy last night. There are some yummy papers coming, including the new Kim Marshall Xmas papers.
For anyone who hasn’t had experience of their lovely paper before, they are an English paper company, and it is all designed and manufactured over here from sustainable forests and in an Elemental Chlorine Free process thus limiting environmental pollution. All good, all acid free so wonderful for scrapbooking, and all really smashing designs.
In the order I’ve included some of the Men at Work range, not only are they lovely, but it includes a cricket paper – so refreshing to have papers tailored for British sports instead of baseball, etc.
I think my absolute favourite of all of the might just be the Christmast Shopping design from Kim’s Christmas range, but it’s also closely followed by Cupcakes from Fairy Fun – Lydia is going to love that range.
They should be in some time next week, and I’m sure you will all love them as much as I do. I have gone for 12 x 12’s, but also the border strips and a bigger rang of 6 x 6 packs, as they are just so marvellous for scrapbooking, cardmaking and altered arts (it’s save on wasting larger sheets I find).
Lydia and I are off shopping til we drop this morning, and then it’s back for a take away and Dr Who —- yay!
Have a good day.