I've had a "loose end tying" day.
I finished a couple of cards, put inserts in a few more, wrote some out ready to send.
Sorted what seemed a mountain of stuff that needed posting - why does it take so long just to get things into envelopes, sealed, addressed and ready to send? Eventually had a carrier bagful of post to take to the box. Quite a few things that have been waiting till the current round of strikes was over and a couple of birthday cards I'm sending early in the hope that they get there before the next strike starts. This is all such a pain in the bum. Waiting for new stash and cuttlebug dies to finally get here isn't helping my humour either!
It's been a beautiful Autumn day here so at least going to the post box with all the mail was a pleasant walk - here's the view from my desk atm
I thought I'd do a quick catch up of some of the cards I've been making over the last few days.
A rather late wedding congratulations card, late because we kept forgetting to go and buy the vouchers for the wedding present!
This is a commissioned card, for a retirement, I got it pretty much finished, then over-inked it so had to make a few alterations, so it took much longer than it should, ah well, these things happen, eh?
And lastly some "Thank You" cards for birthday presents. I forgot to take photos of the first batch I made, the basic idea was the same, but whereas these are quite "subdued" the first lot were more colourful and had more flowery stuff added! I eally like using the Cuttlebug embossing folders like this. Might have a go at something similar for Christmas cards too
Got a few other bits and bobs and sneakies but I'll save them for another time, I think.