Many thanks to you all for the love and support you have shown me and my family during our recent bereavement. It has been a very difficult few days but praise the Lord for supporting us. Yesterday I did my first bit of crafting and made a video for today. I chose a card I shared about ten days ago.
I’m looking forward to getting back to “work” on Monday but it will be on a part-time basis. If you have been following me for quite a long time, you will have heard me say something similar on at least two previous occasions. As you know, back then, my new plans lasted two or three days and I then was back into my old ways – I couldn’t keep away!
My plans are to work four days a week which will include making my video for Sunday. Until I try this I don’t know how it’s going to work out but I can do some fine tuning as I go along if necessary. I expect to be posting on my blog four times a week sharing new cards with you and keeping you up-to-date with what’s going on in Stampin-Up-Land!
In today’s video, I have explained about using one-sixteenths of inches. I have always tried to avoid them because I know a lot of people – crafters and non-crafters – don’t understand them in the same way I don’t understand centimetres! Fortunately, the Stampin’ Up! trimmer (as well as most other trimmers, I believe) do show sixteenths of inches.
In my video, I kept it very basic and didn’t get involved in explaining how many sixteenths there are in a quarter of an inch, how many in half an inch, etc. I also demonstrated how to identify which poinsettias could be die-cut from the Designer Series Paper (DSP). Fortunately the Poinsettia Place DSP is one of the packs that are available in the October sale! What a result?
Once again, many thanks for your very kind words of love and support for me during the difficult time I have been through. I shall be forever grateful. May God bless you all. I look forward to start building my new routine beginning tomorrow morning. I wish you a very blessed Sunday and I look forward to being back with you tomorrow. In the meantime, please take care and stay safe. Happy crafting.
JanB. xxx 💖💖💖