Friday, 19 October 2007

Thank You for Kim!

Well my photo taking needs a bit of practice. This is a thankyou card that I did for Kim Gavarra (see link). Kim has been kind enough to send me a catalogue and idea book and answer my endless questions. Go and have a look at her site she has some great cards on there.
This card was made using Modern Posy by Stamp It. The card is unknown. The background and flower are using my cuttlebug. The thanks a bunch was from the Stampin' Up Lots of Cluck, chook stamps.

I enjoyed making the card as haven't made any for awhile, so it got me into

the swing again, I'm going to try and make at least one card a day, so I have a stash for Christmas presents this year.
This is a photo of the accordian album

I made. I was asked to do something

crafty for Inschool week for Katherine

School of the Air. And I said I would

do this album. I had about 15 for the

class with no one really knowing what

they were going to be doing. After they

saw this one that I had made the night before to use as an example they were

really excited. They all turned out great, the ones who didn't do it were then

asking to give it a go.

Like I said my photo taking needs a lot of practise! The photo's don't do it justice.

Have to get in and make some for Xmas presents.

I made a few cards last weekend, I'll upload them tommorrow.

John had the chopper out on Saturday to GPS some damsites and a

couple of other jobs.

All they had available was the 44 so we packed a lunch and went with him.

Here are some photos of were we stopped for lunch!

Not Bad eh!

Wondering if I put another

photo in here that it

will fill the big gap up that

won't go away or

whether it just makes

a bigger gap?

Jay and I were taking

photos of the dogs

for an assignment he

was doing. This is

what Daisy thought

of the whole


The gap stayed don't know how to get rid of it!

1 comment:

Kim said...

Wow Kristy! You're blog is looking great! What a lovely place to stop for lunch too!!!

Love the album you made, no wonder the ladies were asking to make it! It's gorgeous!!!