Wednesday, 14 May 2008

Living today

This is a recent photo of Sasha with me looking out in our garden. The word Today makes me think that it actually represents who we are, we are living today, one day at a time.
The message says: "Being who he is, Sasha doesn't understand the concept of time. Yesterday and tomorrow don't mean much to him. He is not anticipating Christmas, summer holidays, he's not looking forward to his birthday. A new day comes - and he enjoys it while it lasts. Perhaps it's a gift - not looking back in the past or expecting something better to come tomorrow".
For this LO I used two fab oversize buttons, which I stamped and inked. The long pointy hand on the clock is a find in our new home (it is an old house). The frame is JustJohanna stamp. The clock is a B line stamp.
Photo is taken by Federico.

Sunday, 11 May 2008

A happy traditionally built mermaid

Why are all the mermaids on rubber stamps looking so skinny? I believe they come in all shapes and sizes. And as my favourite heroine Mma Ramotswe calls herself a traditionally built lady, so my mermaid is also traditionally built. She is painted with 3d paints, with the added fish and shell beads.

Monday, 5 May 2008

If you live to be 100

"If you live to be 100, I hope I live to be 100 minus 1 day, so I never have to live without you" (A A Milne) Isn't it a great quote?
This card has been made with my favourite stamp.

Thursday, 1 May 2008

Happily ever after (Black and white challenge on Caardvarks)

Caardvarks challenge is to use black and white scheme, plus one more colour (red in my case).
Stamp used : Inka