24 June 2010

It's the journey that matters

I am trying to post this for the third day now- for some reason it keeps timing out- I am so fed up with my computer at the moment and feel so frustrated GRHHHHHH!

Thank you to all the loyal visitors who have visited and left a comment in the past. They are greatly appreciated and if you wish to leave one please do at the end of the post. I was hoping to have more regular posts but that is not likely to happen at the moment sorry.

Just thought I'd better post another card to let you all know I am still here on this earth. I am sooooooo sorry to those who visit to not have been posting but my life is like a roller coaster at the moment and I have no idea when it's going to settle down. I thought I was in a sort of routine Hah! what a joke- I haven't even been near my crafting things since my last post- except for this past weekend which was spasmodic at its best. I finally got in there on Monday to finish a commitment for someone but will tell more about that at a later date hopefully.

This card I made months ago and never posted, but I think it's kind of sweet. I love this sentiment and the meaning behind it. It could be used for so many things but a sympathy or thinking of you card comes to mind.



Recipe :- Card Base- Local Office supply store A4 200 gem card cut in half -Size 10.5cm x 15 cm

( 5 7/8”x 4 ¼” approx)

Papers:- Craftworks design papers- from a local discount and glossy card stock for butterfly, normal A4 printer paper coloured with alcohol inks for the stamped image.

Stamps- Just Rite Harmony Classic Circle Stamper III 3 ¼” set ( Sentiment); Grace Taylor Nature Girl set-(Butterfly )

Other:- Inks- Memento Tuxedo Black and Versa mark; Embossing Powders –Zing Green Metallic Finish; Adirondack Alcohol Inks- Sunset Orange, Sunshine Yellow and Raspberry; Ribbon- off cut of selvage of taffeta material pleated; Jewels- Kaiser craft

Thanks for visiting

Catch you Later

Kathy S.



  1. Lovely Card! I'm sorry to hear you're not finding time for you. Hopefully in the future!

    Thanks for visiting the DRS Designs blog - good luck in the contest!

  2. That butterfly is beautiful! Thanks for visiting the DRS Designs blog again!