Well, it was me!!
Hello and welcome to any and all who may visit. I hope your Christmas was a blessed one!
I enjoyed being with family and friends here in Colorado Springs~ All was an unhurried, relaxing, fun!, and truly peaceful weekend~ I really needed that too : ) Things have been emotionally difficult and I'm grateful for the respite.
Well, a few weeks back I entered a give-away on Liz's blog http://lululizinlalaland.blogspot.com/
and I actually Won! One of 3 great giveaway prizes! She is a very generous and kind person : ) and shared with me some of her beautiful laces, vintage papers and sequins & buttons! Liz is an artist and a collector of fabrics, laces, antiques and vintage finds in both France and Great Brittan. (as far as I know!: )
I ask you to visit her blog (see the link just above here) and you will find here unique Etsy shoppe~
Here is my wonderful surprise, received in early December.
Just look at the details on this tag!
I wish you could hold it and see each beautiful facet~ Inks, embossing, texture, intricate laces and unique 'diamond' stars. And of course the lovely image of Mary and the Christ child.
All the different papers I've used here were from Liz's gift package. A wonderful eclectic mix!
I AM ENTERING MY TAG CARD IN WEN'S
SIMPLY NEUTRALS TUESDAY LINK UP!
AT her ApplesApricot blog: http://appleapricot.blogspot.com/
I invite you to visit the wonderful display of neutral projects posted there: )
Well, here is my tag card.
I like 'round' bows! People, I'm not sure why! : ) LOL But I guess I 'blame' blogger friend Beatriz Jennings!http://iralamija.blogspot.com/ As she 'taught' me how to tie one : ) *smile*
Bea, you got me started and I can't help myself!
I added a small rusty bell, and you can see one of Liz's beautiful MOP (mother of pearl) buttons and those exquisite sequins. I wish you could all hold a few in your hand! They are extra special.
Good grief! There's my 'round bow' again! ~~~~
Told ya' - I can't help myself.
~And I wish you a wonderful 2016~
God's love and peace to you all. Karen