Saturday, 5 May 2018

It's time for another.

Hello to all who pop over to visit.

Seems we may have a good Bank Holiday, it's getting warmer here and the sun shone this afternoon  so fingers crossed.

On Thursday it was my Hubby's 60th Birthday (yay... caught me up)
We celebrated with a meal with our girls and family, it's so nice when we're all together, rather noisy, but nice. Then afterwards it was back to ours to blow out the candles on his cake (then open the windows to let out the smoke)  that my Daughter had made for him, very choccy it was too.
 All we had to do then was find his presents again where they'd been hid around the house, funny how even though the girls don't live at home they still have parcels delivered here (well Mum and Dad won't be out .... well where would we go!!!!!)  and some were huge, took some hiding I can tell you.

This week my Grandsons favourite film to watch is Basil the Great Mouse Detective (a fave of his mums too, once upon a time) so everyone this week is dispicable...... which is better than last weeks film  (Moanna) which involves being chased around the house and being whacked with a fish hook!!!!
See what next week brings eh.

And finally, one of my lovely ladies at work was telling me how she'd had an awful week as her smoke alarm had been making strange pipping noises, "Oh it just needs the battery changing"! says I, to which she replied..."My alarm doesn't need  batteries"  Errrr, right, so how does it work then, "It just works" she said, aww bless. I had conjured up a picture in my mind of a very long wire leading to the plug socket, so funny. Well this week her Son-In-Law arrived with a new battery to save another awful week of pipping," amazing" she said, "my other one never had batteries and it worked perfectly, this one mustn't be as good!!!!! And the battery cost £4, daylight robbery.
Note to self, check mine.

So here's my card.












Love this Tilda.
Have a super Bank Holiday peeps.
Hugs Sue xx

11 comments:

  1. Oh WOW Sue, this is stunning, with such a romantic feel and lots of lovely girly bling and lace he he!!! Another artistic masterpiece with your beautifully coloured Tilda, absolutely perfectly coloured. I'm green with envy :)
    Please enter it into LHOSM, we have three prizes this time around from Swedish House Crafts and its ATG!
    Big Squishy hugs honey, I'm happy to see you continuing to craft.
    Jay xxxx

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  2. Oh Sue! What a lovely read! Love your card. Judy x

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  3. Another really beautiful creation Sue. I love your little stories, I am the youngest in a retirement block, my neighbours also come out with funny little thoughts & insist their right!!! Belated Happy 60th to your hubby.
    Hugs
    Cathy
    xxxx

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  4. Such a beautiful card Sue! Love the pretty design and your colouring is stunning!
    Hugs
    Gina xx

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  5. What a beauty Sue..love sweet Tilda and all your gorgeous details and die cuts..fabulous design..

    luv CHRISSYxx

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  6. Lol I did chuckle about the alarm 😂
    Another stunning card, beautiful! X

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  7. Wow Sue, your card is gorgeous, beautiful design and detail, thanks so much for your lovely comments on my Foamiran flower tutorial, Hugs Liz xx

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  8. Hi Sue
    What a lovely make you linked to our challenge at LHOSM, thank you so much. I love all the lace and lush embellishments! Gorgeous beyond words!
    xx, Ally

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  9. Wow Sue your card is absolutely stunning, so much attention to detail. Had to laugh at your fire alarm story. Would you believe we have an electric one (no batteries lol) all wired into the electric. Only beeps when we have had a power failure. Poor lady lol

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  10. Wow Loooooove your Card So many gorgeous Embellies and all just perfect. Your colouring is Amazing as always. Just changed my batteries too! Enjoy your Week :)

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  11. What a gorgeous card, Sue, so pretty and feminine. The smoke alarm story made me smile - wouldn't it be good if these things worked all on their own? Think of the money we'd save... to spend on our stamps! x

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