Do you ever find, as crafters, that you've slipped into meeting deadlines with your card-making and have very little time to just play? I know when I started out I did a lot more playing than I do now, so I decided this week that I was just going to play with paper and ink and it didn't matter what I made as long as I'd had fun and spent time with some of the new stamps and cardstock that I have.
The other thing is that I've wanted to make something to mark St Patrick's Day ever since I started crafting, but it's pointless making a card because I haven't got anyone to give it to.
I decided to use it as a basis to make a plaque for St Patrick's Day. Here it is:
The other thing I really wanted to use was this famous gaelic blessing:
As I was working I was looking around my desk where there are a couple of photos of my beautiful boy
This is Barnaby, and he is an Irish Cob. I suddenly realised this plaque was from me to Barnaby, bearing in mind that he is for sale. Read the words again and you'll see what I mean.
I think I have just found the inspiration for a scrapbook page!
Thanks for looking in today, I love to hear what you think of my little creations, and thankyou to everyone at Mojo Monday for creating such a great sketch to work with.