Thanks for all your good wishes, the hospital appointments ended up taking up the whole morning but on the plus side the orthopaedic consultant is really pleased with Tony’s progress and he should hopefully be back to work at the end of June. He was thrilled because he’s now allowed to mow the lawn, he gets rather twitchy if it’s not done every other day, and me dragging out the mower straight in from work is NOT on my list of priorities, so it’s a win/win situation and I ain’t complaining lol. I ended up having to have a root canal done – I swear that dentist has it in for me lol. Let's hope that’s the last of the medical appointments for a while.
I made this card so long ago I have no idea what papers I used, they were in a huge pile of DT stuff I have been stock-piling from Tracy at Dies to Die For. In fact the pile is so big I am going to split it into batches and start giving it away next week, thanks for letting me do this Tracy xx. The corrugated layer behind the image was left over packaging from Ikea, I just flattened it a bit with a rolling pin then slathered on some gesso. A die cut star, a button and some jute string and a computer generated sentiment and job done. I am getting quite used to quick and easy cards The postage sentiment is also from Lili of the Valley, from the Greetings Postmarks set.