I hope everyone is enjoying the beautiful weather we've been having...long may it continue! I love the sunshine but it spells the start of 'silly season' at work. A couple of days of sunshine and the phones are ringing off the hook with 'urgent call outs'...as if we weren't busy enough already! But I'm not complaining, we are a small business and in this economic climate when our competitors - both big and small companies - are laying engineers off and struggling to find work, we are doing OK. And I need my job...just to keep me in new rubber and paper :)
No card to show today :(
I know, I know. I am a disgrace to the card making community and probably should have all my stash confiscated and be drummed out of blogland.
My Mojo vanished weeks ago and still hasn't come back, and I have neither the energy nor the desire to get inky. It's bloody terrifying actually! What will I do if it never returns?
I have the rest of this week in work and then I am off on my Jolly Holly's for a week and it can't arrive quickly enough. I am praying that a week of R&R will bring the missing Mojo crawling back, begging for my forgiveness...I hope so anyway.
We are going to take off in Bessie for a few days and see where we end up...though the first stop in Tetney is already organised :)
In the meantime I am still trying to re-organise my craft room, dusting all the crooks and nannies and clearing out the unwanted stash.
I have a duplicate set of the stamps below. They are brand new red rubber stamps by Stampin' UP in the dvd case. It's only a small set consisting of 3 stamps (two sentiments and the flower image.)
I always find sympathy cards very hard to make but I think a nice sentiment goes a long way.
Today is one of those family remembrance days when we go to the cemetery to leave flowers on the headstone and I thought it an appropriate day to put these stamps on here.
If you want them then please leave a comment.
Thanks for looking