My daughter and granddaughter were here and potty training had begun, so we were kinda busy!
They stayed for a week and a little progress was made each day, not that my daughter could see it, but Granny knew best!
Back at home, Daisy went to Nursery yesterday and came home in the SAME TROUSERS that she went in! Whoo Hoo! She asked for her potty each time she needed it and stayed dry!
Now on to other things.
My desk has been a total shambles and I couldn't stand it any more, but having tidied, I didn't have anything to show! So I thought that that I would address a question that I have been asked several times about the method I use for positioning wooden stamps exactly where I need them, either directly onto a card or within a frame as in the case of the card with the ribbon in this pic.
I need a piece of acetate with a right angle corner (I used the corner from a Spellbinders package
Some Lego to make into a right angle shape.
Stamps and ink.
- Firstly I stamped the frame onto some card.
- Next I placed the acetate, snugly into the right angle of the Lego.
- Then I stamped the sentiment image onto the acetate, guided by the Lego, making sure it is held snugly in the corner.
- Remove the acetate and once more using the Lego as a guide, stamp the sentiment onto the card.'Stampamajig' is the Stampin' Up name for their stamp positioner, but my Lego works just as well.
Blogger has driven me nuts this morning, I've had to try to upload each picture about 4 times each before they actually appeared on my blog. I didn't mean to make the last pic so large, but after I'd pressed the button, I couldn't risk not having it load.
So have a great day, and join Julia and the gang on WOYWW, to see work desks around the world. The link in on my sidebar!