Wednesday, December 23, 2020


 Busy desk, lots to do... but apparently most of it will be put aside to work on a two day layout : D. With stamping of an unused stamp that can't linger idly a moment longer though I've had it since August 2010. The paper and flocking (because I had to stamp and glue and flock too) material from the same kit. The subject is only half as old. I spent three hours looking for the stamp set (not from the kit) because I forgot to write down where I put this box. 


 Close up of the Stamping and Flocking. BTW if your flocking has gone clumpy just sift it through a small sieve. : D.

What I should be doing is wrapping Baby Yoda. But I keep admiring the 2020 embellishment I made with Darcie's Stamps Dumpster Fire set.

Also the Slipstravaganza Shawl is finished!

A view of the front and the back. I think I overblocked, but I will live with it for a while : D.

Head over to Julia's Stamping Ground for more crafty peeks : D.


Lunch Lady Jan said...

Oh wow, that shawl is fantastic! 😍😍 What skill and patience you have. My boys would love the Baby Yoda for sure!
Hugs LLJ 7 xxx

Helen said...

Hi, that shawl looks awesome!! glad you're keeping up to date with your projects!! Wishing you a very happy Christmas. Helen #1

glitterandglue said...

Hi there. Oh wow! That shawl is beautiful. No other word to describe it - just stunningly beautiful. Well done.Hope you get the last wrapping done.
Have a great Christmas.
Take care. God bless.
Margaret #4

Sarah Brennan said...

That shawl is stunning! Hope you manage to drag yourself away from crafting to finish the wrapping lol. Merry Christmas, happy WOYWW, stay safe and may 2021 bring a better year for all. Sarah #11

BJ said...

Oh my life was taken by Baby Yoda then I saw the shawl!!!
Have a Happy Christmas, Love BJ#17

Felix the Crafty Cat said...

Hi, Yesterday was crazy with the washing machine breaking down and still not fixed and picking up the Christmas shopping, even the dogs didn't get their walk but I'm here now and want to wish you the best Christmas possible. Hugs, Angela x10x