Hope you all have something good planned for the weekend. It's cold, wet and windy here, so apart from taking my walks each day I will stay home, cook, do some knitting and play in my arty kitchen. And perhaps I will back a carrot cake, as I dreamed of eating carrot cake this week, and woke up very disappointed when it was not there. Ah well, the dream was at least free of calories.
I have made a set of 3 ATCs for the Craftroom Challenge.
I am also linking to Manon's Paper Saturdays.
I used some of the pretty Halloween paper that Donna sent me, and mounted it onto some scrap pieces of black card. The middle one is showing Miss Araminta, a wonderful stamp from Catherine Moore. I wanted to stamp another bird, but Miss A. started complaining that she had been in the cupboard for months, so I let her out to play. She has been fussy cut, and dressed up for Halloween with a smart hat I made for her, and a magic wand. The right ATC has been made using images from Gecko Galz, which have been coloured, fussy cut and given a coat of paper glaze to make them shine. I rolled the pumpkin over a pen to give it some form. The embellies on the left ATC, and the broom, were gifts from Donna.
And here a group photo with our resident witch, Miss Fitt.
(I was taking the photo!)
If you would like this set of ATCs and the bony hand necklace, please leave a comment and tell me so. I will pick a winner on October 15 at 8 AM German time.
This was the view out of the window yesterday morning, I just love the depth of the sky and the varying colours.
A view through the trees in the park:
And one of my favourite spots along the Rhine here:
The gate leads to the back yard of the hospital:
The little alley connects the Church close with the 'main' street, I love the play of light and shadows on the bricks of the old wall.
And here the shadow of the lantern on the wall caught my eye:
That's all for today! Have a good one, take care, and thanks for coming by!