Time seems to have been moving on apace and Christmas will soon be upon us.
At Less is More the challenge is to run for two weeks and the theme this time is Homespun.
I love primitive art and some of the early American images are simply fabulous. I tend to think of samplers and gingham, lots of red and white and kraft too possibly. Here are a couple of cards which I managed to squeeze in time to make this week.
This is a Stampin' Up cross stitch heart, cut with a stitched square die and mounted on a little polka dot paper, framed by yet another stitched square.
A Little Claire image, partly paper pieced and partially coloured with alcohol pens. The sentiment is computer generated.
These Day for Daisies chickens are the cutest and make me think of primitive folksy art. Here her pinny is paper pieced and once more the sentiment is computer generated.
Finally a card for someone just embarking on cancer treatment. Once more a simple image, simply presented. This is another Day for Daisies image again combined with a computer generated sentiment!
I have spent the last couple of days looking after my grandchildren and tonight I have a performance of Messiah with my choir!
If I don't manage to post any more of my makes before the big day, I would like to wish everyone a wonderful Christmas and a happy New Year!