Monday, January 13, 2014

What the heck...time to play...

Hi folks...I'm not going anywhere today...after calling the Juror's Attendance Update line as requested last night it seems we're not required but sod's law I have to call again tonight...crikey talk about mucking folks about...this could go on all week so it's back to the die cutting which I had to abandon when an e-mail arrived from Fiskars for a last-minute magazine commission with a Wednesday deadline which meant nailing it yesterday and getting it off in the mail today.
Well that didn't half throw the planned routine into meltdown...don't know if I'm coming or going now so what the heck I decided to throw caution to the wind and have a little play...with still 200 to cut...another six or so is hardly going to be a big deal.



The Tattered Floral flowers were die cut from folded over and over again tissue paper from my Ribbon Girl parcels of goodies and the little buds are just very very scrunched up versions of their big sister...
toodle oo for now..
Hugs Kath xxx

16 comments:

Betty said...

wow - i love both of your cards - i'm going broke buying all these cool new dies - oh well, she who "dies" with the most wins - right?!!!

newfiecrafter(Marilyn) said...

Love both of these cards

Rita said...

Fabulous cards Jan. I love your tissue flowers too. Happy die cutting. Hugs Rita xxx

Jane Willis said...

Gorgeous cards, but I bet you're going to be sick of the sight of that die cut by the time you finish!

Rebecca Bradshaw said...

Beautiful cards, love the die you used!
Rebecca.

Sandra said...

Beautiful card. Love the new dies.
I didn't get called into my jury service until the 4th day of the second week! Had to turn up every day, just to go back home...........

Ribbon Girl said...

very nice Kath, I was just admiring the pink flowers and wondering where you got them - then read the words! clever! hope they don't muck you around too much - don't they know you are a busy crafty lady with loads to do! Hello Buddy, haven't seen you on here for a while, Mary x

carol edwards said...

Hi Kath both lovely cards and clever use of tissue paper with fab dies x

Craftin Suzie (Susan Flynn) said...

Oh great news about today fingers crossed for tomorrow then! Fabulous cards love what you did with TRG tissue, I always think its too pretty to throw away! Susan x

Redanne said...

Well it was good news for Fiskars that you did not have to attend, hope you don't have to go at all - just a shame you cannot plan anything! Love both cards, those pink tissue flowers are gorgeous. Hugs, Anne x

trish said...

Hi Kath, lovely cards, that wee bit out of the old dictionary has great words for remembering on someone's birthday. The pink tissue flowers are cute they make it pop, nice and girly. Fishers are lucky to have you on their team, you can dream up gorgeous cards so quickly. Fine about the no go to court, did you have a job picking up what the recorded message actually says? I had to dial a couple of times just to make sure of what was said, the lassie on the recorded message has an accent which I found not so easy to pick up. Old age, hearing not so great!..Trish

trish said...

Hi that should read Fiskers, this tablet wants to change it to a word it obviously knows, it's nay my sight going too! It could possibly change it to an h again when I hit the button...Trish

rachel said...

hi Kath - this looks stunning - so glad you did have a play - but good luck with the deadline! Hugs rachel x

Brenda in IN said...

Both of these cards are so pretty. Love those pink tissue flowers. It's a shame you have to put your life on hold until they decide whether they need you or not. It's the same way here but there should be a better way. They obviously aren't stampers and don't realize what a dilemma this puts you in!

May said...

Both cards are Beautiful Kath, I need that die...Love the tissue flowers...wish you luck that your let off again from jury service again...Hugs May x x

Shazza said...

sooo beautiful x

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