I just *have* to show you this!
I used this months Zany Zinnia and I just love these papers. I've brought soooo much of the Sassafras (oh, when did they loose the lass?) and I just am in love with it all. The 'deer'est has to be my fave range but I admit to not being able to cut into it just yet, although I do have the best LO idea kicking round in my head.
But any hoooo, back to Zany Zinnia. Well, yes. It's fabby. I just love the whole kit. The spangly, velvet flowers weren't really me but as you can see I am trying with flowers. I cut those out with my new toy *grin* did I tell you I got an expression??? lol :) This was the first LO I actually used it on. I love it, although I will admit I might've been quicker cutting them by hand. I amnot the speediest at working it all out and I still have to look back in the little catridge booklets for the actually piece I want cutting. And I did more stiching. I love freehand stiching on LO's and have embroidery silk in every colour imaginable except black. No idea why I have no black but I don't. And if I don't have the exact colour I want I just get the white and dye my own. Watercolour paints work wonders for dying white embroidery silk ;) (and so does glimmer mist too)
And then this piccie. When you were in your teenage years/early twenties, ever have a weird drink you used to love? Blue diesel. Thats what this is. Although I once thought it was blue knees up. Honestly, thats what it sounded like when someone told me while a sound system was blarring... you can guess the type of place, huh? Well the other week I had one, it tastes good but looks pretty revolting. But it made me feel alot less geriatric.
p.s. I have splits all weekend... so no me around if you email me. See y'all next week, happy weekend :)