Hi you all! Today I am sharing the altered paper-clips I made for the challenge over at Out of a Hat Creations. The typewriter is from crafty emblies, and the hearts are made from embossed die-cuts (thanks Carolyn!) and will make a nice book-mark for people who like romantic stories. The wooden floral heart is also from C.E. and has been treated with Inka gold; the bow is from a chocolate box. And of course, I needed to put an umbrella man in my collection - one side painted and stamped, the reverse plain white.
And as it's time for Tag Tuesday already, here my tags. Our letter this week is 'O', so I chose o for owl. The tag has been made from cardstock covered with craft paper. The owl is from LaBlanche, and the other bits and bobs from my stash.
The second tag shows a drawing I made of the Lesser Spotted Owl, (Strix Spottica Minor) a bird often seen here in Rhineland. There is also a Greater Spotted Owl, (Strix Spottica Major) which is, of course, larger, and has bigger spots. It also has a jazzy head feather, brown-white in males and pink-white with sparkles in females.
That's all for today! Have a good one, take care, and thanks for visiting!
PS: The neighbour hasn't got a cat, but it rhymed so nicely with 'this and that'