My mum suddenly passed away in 1990, when I was just 18, I'm now 41 & 3/4's (to be precise!), that sort of math just sucks.
I'm not going to get all maudlin' - this is a just a nice little scrapbook page of a newly found photo of me as a babe in the arms of my mum, (dad was and still is camera-shy). I was born in April so this must have been the late(ish) summer wedding of my dad's youngest brother.
100% digital, using Daisy Trails "Butterfly Garden" kit, its such a dreamy and serene kit.
I haven't used Craft Artist to (properly) design anything for months, possibly a year. So when I spotted a digital challenge blog, I decided to blow the cobwebs off the old thing.
I designed this to be used as a tag on a birthday card, fairly basic design, but will be embellished when I make the card up.
Last year on a visit to Chatsworth, I bought two postcards, meaning to use them as toppers for birthday cards, one was of a veiled lady (statue) and this one, which is a photo of a door in one of the majestic rooms, its actually a 'trompe d'oiel' of a violin. When you're stood in the room you still have no inkling that the violin isn't real.
As I was doing a 5ish x 5ish card, I chopped the sentiment up.
A commission card done for one of my Uncle's, also tied in the theme for cardz4guyz weekly challenge, I love this image, its so serene and I don't think it needs a very embellished card so I kept it simple, printed a few off and I'm going to have a go with water colour pencils, also got an idea for some sort of wall hanging - totally enamoured with this stamp!