Hello crafty peeps. It's been a bit of an odd week in our household. My daughter returned to school and my son has now left. It was hard seeing her go but it needed to happen. She was so excited to see all her friends again it was lovely to hear about everything when she got in from her day. The school, to be fair, have done an excellent job in trying to get 1800 pupils back into education and it's going to be a learning curve in these strange times so I think we'll just take each day as it comes.
So, how have you all been? I've noticed a fresh crispness to the air first thing in the morning now and the leaves are just starting to turn so looks like Autumn is just around the corner. This pleases me greatly as it's my favourite season. I spent a day switching up all my planters on my decking and front garden with flowers in beautiful autumnal colours and it's lovely to sit on the decking of an evening and watch my solar lights slowly come on one by one and light up the flowers, so pretty.
Anyway, I digress lol. I'm actually popping in today to share my latest DT make for Polkadoodles Crafting Challenge. Our theme for the team this week was 'Christmas' but for all you lovely peeps wanting to join in with us you can share anything you like it doesn't have to be Christmas related or even Polkadoodles goodies for that matter. You can share anything with us and we'd love to have you join us and be in with a chance of winning some goodies.
Well, for my make I decided to ink up Winnie Christmas Wreath. I stamped and coloured her with my copics to match the beautiful LDRS 'Country Christmas' papers. I used a little Frantage around the edges of the die cut oval. I love this stuff and I really should use it more. I didn't really want to crowd my card with too much so opted for a simple bow and a couple of poinsettias. I just love these poinsettia dies too. They cut and layer up beautifully and I love how delicate they look.