Today we’re celebrating Harvest Festival at our Church. This is the first time I’ve celebrated Harvest time with my new Church, because I joined in November last year. All the food that gets donated will be taken to our local Food Hub. After today’s service we’ll be having a Shepherd’s Pie lunch together. The lunch is being organised by one of the ladies in our house group. Janet has asked several members of the congregation if they’d make a Shepherd’s Pie, and she asked me if I’d mind making one that’s gluten-free. We’re both really looking forward to lunch today!
As well as making a Shepherd’s Pie yesterday, I also had to make today’s video, which is a bit different from normal! The reason it’s different – in fact, hopefully a one-off! – is that I made a mistake, corrected it, and then made the same mistake again! I don’t know if it’s because I’ve been away from my studio too long, or if I’m still a bit jet-lagged, but I couldn’t believe what I did!
After I’d made the mistake a second time, I decided to leave the mistake in. I took it as an opportunity to show my viewers what the card would look like that particular bit was done wrong. The more I looked at it the more I thought, it didn’t really notice anyway! See what you think.
My deisgn included backing the Christmas Trees on the back i.e. on the inside of the cards. The die cuts are not asymmetrical so the “front” of the tree had to be used as the “back” of the tree when adhered on the inside of the card. On the middle card, I used the “front” of the tree, so I quickly die-cut a replacement. Then I went ahead and did exactly the same again! DOH!!
That’s it from me today. I wish you a very blessed Sunday, and I look forward to being back with you tomorrow. In the meantime, happy crafting.
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