Good evening everyone
As some of you will probably already know, on Tuesday afternoon I got my pot off my right wrist, nuch to my relief. However after seven weeks of being held in one position my wrist joint is extremely stiff, to say the least, and actually quite painful when I try to move it in certain ways. I was told I needed to have physio for six weeks and although the referral sheet was marked as urgent I am still waiting for them to contact me with an appointment! In the meantime I have been "trying out" my hand to see what I can and can't manage to do - much to my disgust I found I was now able to do the washing up! As long as I don't actually have to scrub the pots, that is! Anyway, another thing I decided to try was to use my ProMarkers. I found an image I had stamped out in December before I did the dreaded deed of breaking my wrist and gave it a go yesterday afternoon. And I was very relieved to find that I was able to colour it. So of course what else was I supposed to do with the image once it was done but turn it into a card. So without further ado, here it is:
The stamp is "Daydream Believer" from the SWALK range and is stamped onto Neenah card both from Crafters Companion, and the backing paper is from one of my Joanna Sheen cds. I used Tim Holtz distress ink "stormy sky" and a shaving brush to lightly colour the edges of the topper which was cut using a Spellbinders nestie. The blue linen effect card was embossed with a daisy embossing folder and it, the pink ribbon and flowers are from my stash. I have yet to add a sentiment and insert.
Hmmm, wonder what else crafty I can try out my hand on tomorrow?
Thank you for dropping in.