dear! My car had to go in for repair yesterday because I noticed my
engine management light was on, when I drove to work on Tuesday.
appear a rodent has chewed through one of my electrical cables!!
I have to wait until the electrician has had a look at my car on Monday –
and hopefully repaired it – to find out how much the rodent’s meal is going
to cost me!
This is a real risk for my car because it lives in the
garage and I only use it three or four times a month!
If anyone has any
suggestions, short of not leaving the car in the garage (it saves on my insurance LOL!), I’d love to
hear from you. ☺
a happier note, I had another successful day in my studio yesterday.
Sunday’s video has been recorded and uploaded and is now waiting to be
I stamped the top layer
using Sahara Sand Ink and the Hardwood Stamp.
I chose two sentiments for
my card, both of which I stamped directly onto the top layer using Soft
adhered the two layers to the card base using Tombow.
fox has been made from punch art with the exception of the face which
is from the Foxy Friends Stamp Set.
I stamped the face using our Basic
Black Archival Ink.
The tree trunk the fox is sitting on is also from
the Foxy Friends Stamp set and I stamped it on Whisper White Cardstock
using Soft Suede Ink and then fussy cut it out.
The two colours of cardstock I used for the fox are Calypso Coral and Whisper White.
used the Layering Ovals Framelits Die to die cut a straight-cut oval in
Crumb Cake Cardstock and a scallop-cut oval in Whisper White.
the two together using Tombow and then adhered the tree trunk also using
The final step was adhering the fox to the oval using
Dimensionals and then adhering the completed oval to the card front using
we started doing Christmas Craft Shows last year, I made a framed
picture of various Christmas owls I’d made using the Owl Builder Punch,
to use as a decoration for my stall.
It’s still on my
to do list!
When Stampin’ Up! brought out the new Fox Builder Punch, I
thought I’d like to make a framed picture of foxes, and other animals, made with the new punch, too.
having that sitting on my to do list with the owls, I decided that,
whenever I make a fox or a different animal using the Fox Builder Punch, I’ll make a spare one until
I’ve made enough for my framed picture.
So I now have my first fox ready
for my new framed picture!