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Wednesday, 22 February 2012

A Crafty Afternoon

....is what I've had today, just me and Steve Wright tucked away in my craft room. I went to The Glitter Pot this morning and spent some more of my xmas voucher on stamps and a die-cut, and of course, I just couldn't wait to use them.
I'm a little later than normal with my LIM entry this week where the challenge is to use Die-Cuts and Punches.



I'm not sure if it looks somewhat christmassy? What do think? Maybe I should use a different colour card for the die-cut section next time. The die is by Memory Box and the sentiment is Rachelle Anne Miller.

The photo is not the greatest I'm afraid as the DSLR is still out of action. I took my battery charger back to the shop this morning and complained that it had hardly worked since I bought it 5 months ago. The male assistant told me in no uncertain terms without even plugging it in, that it was not broken but he would refund my money in this instance. (arsehole!)

Day 22 in February photo-a-day challenge is Where You Work.


I took this snap when I was a Flight Despatcher (I was made redundant just before xmas) and I was out and about on the airfield all day long. My new job is more terminal based and I will be starting it tomorrow after passing my training exams on Monday.

Will be back on my next days off so until then, thanks for dropping by and for all your lovely comments.

Fiona x

13 comments:

  1. I don't think that cards Xmassy at all, I always love your colour choices and pretty creations.
    I'd love to work at an airport, I could people watch till my heart's content! x

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  2. This is a superb die cut and I think it makes a great new home card even if it is also perfect for Christmas.

    Congratulations on passing your exam, hope you enjoy your new job.

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  3. Brilliant card Fiona, this die-cut is one of my faces and is so versatile :0)
    Jenny x

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  4. Glad you had a nice afternoon with Steve! And it was certainly well spent your card is fab...and lucky you being able to treat yourself the die is great.
    Good luck with the new job
    Diane

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  5. Perhaps the shape of the trees is reminiscent of Christmas, but the colours change the vibe, it's so pretty.
    Good luck for tomorrow! xxxx

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  6. I love this die, Fiona. I was in a store Saturday that had all these Memory Box dies and I wanted them all. I didn't get this one. I'm glad you did. It makes a really pretty card for any season.

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  7. Gorgeous card - I have this die and never thought of using it for a 'New Home' card. Great idea. x

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  8. This is simply beautiful Fiona... that die is decidedly on my wish list!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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  9. Gorgeous card Fiona - I love that die-cut too :)

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  10. Yay you are a winner hop over to Kirsty's blog and see wotcha won

    I'll come back and read your blog in a minute

    Jakix

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  11. I absolutely love this die and it works brilliantly for a new home card. I love that there's not a cloud on the horizon... (definitely not how I remember moving!) Glad you got your money back for the charger and congratulations on passing your exams. Hope you have a lovely time in your new job. Vicky x

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  12. Fiona, I have that die cut, and I must say, I LOVE what you've done with it here! Very unique and creative!!

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  13. Lovely card - simple and eyecatching.

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