Friday, November 06, 2015

It's that time of the week again, it's FRIDAY time to share an oldie.

Good morning and how are you this Friday?  Can you believe that is another week nearly over?
Where does the time go?
Welcome to those of you who are joining me this week.  It's great to share our crafty oldies.  If it is your first time I encourage you to share an old crafting project with me.  It can be anything that you have made yourself.  It is all for the joy of crafting and all I ask is that you leave a wee comment below, it is purely so I know you are joining in and so I can visit all your blogs and see what you are sharing too.
Today I am sticking with the Christmas theme.

Did I mention that I love this Spellbinder die?  The poinsettia is one of my all time favourite as is the Fleur de Lis square.
I have used Tim's kraft core textured card too and added dimension by sanding and using Distress ink Vintage photo.  The sentiments have come from the lovely Paula Pascual's set Christmas tree and pearls from my stash.

I really enjoy seeing your chosen crafty project, thank you in advance of joining me.

I have a trip to the opticians today and more housework on the cards, that way I am only left with the ironing on Sunday.  I am working on Saturday and I'm sure it will be another busy one.
The exciting life I leave!
I am secretly hoping to get a little crafting in, fingers crossed.
Enjoy your weekend, more from me tomorrow.


Carol said...

What a gorgeous oldie Erika, love the colour combo. I can see why these dies are your favourites, they look great together. I'm dashing around trying to get organised here to go away for the night....have a great weekend. Carol x

Jenny L said...

Hi Erika,
what a wonderful golden Oldie today.
I too love poinsettias they are so wonderful and pretty, and you can't think about Christmas without thinking of poinsettias.
So therefore I do love this fab New Years card, and your poinsettia is wonderful, and is that lovely design.
Have wonderful and very busy weekend.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

Jo said... that poinsettia, Christmas isn't complete without one! Hope you have a lovely weekend & manage that crafty time!
hugs Jo x

Diane said...

Good Morning Erika, I can see what the poinsettia die is one of your favorites, what a gorgeous design.

Hugs Diane

karenlotty said...

Your oldie is gorgeous, I have just bought Sue Wilson's Poinsettia dies (as you know!) and I love them. I will be posting my oldie tomorrow.
By the way your recent cards are stunning. I've had a little play with texture paste and love the effect. I must get some more stencils. I love the ones you are using