Today started off very overcast, and in the course of the morning black clouds did their best to hide the sun. This afternoon the sun managed to take a front seat and beamed at us, sending the temperature up a few notches, which was pleasant. I was able to take 2 walks along the Rhine, and around our little town, where I explored all the little paths on or around the old fortified walls, and found a few corners which I hadn't seen before. And of course, I visited the ducks, they just seem to wait for me!
For one of my DT pieces at Gecko Galz I made an altered notebook. I used some background paper from my stash, and images from the 'Celtic Twist' digi-stamp set. I measured the notebook, and cut the paper exactly to fit the height, and 4" longer than the all round width, so I had enough to make 2 flaps inside to take tags or notes etc. I used the image ct1 for the front and back covers, mirroring the image for the back. The tags have been made using ct22. The digi stamps can be printed out to almost any size. I glued the flaps with double sided tape.
The tags fit into the pockets at the front and back.
Material list: Notebook, BG paper, Gecko Galz Images Celtic Twist 1 and 22, glue, ribbon, double-sided tape.
The clouds today were really impressive and beautiful - 50 shades of grey?
The ducks were happy as always
There was a picture was in our local paper today, showing 2 geese, who knocked on the door of a bus with their beaks and tried to get into it. No, they didn't want to go anywhere, but had seen that the driver, during his break, was unpacking his sandwiches! You can see the photos here.
And my ducks were waiting for me at the corner of Market street as always!
Have a great day, take care, and thanks a lot for coming by!