You guys are the best. Thanks so much for all your sweet words and prayers for my nasty old pinched neck. I am doing much better. My computer and crafting time is done in fits and spurts to try not to aggravate the problem, So sorry that my commenting is running a bit behind. I'm trying to do it on my Kindle instead of sitting at the desktop. I'll go ahead an apologize for any spelling/word errors right now. Kindles auto correct likes to play with what I've typed and make things like "pray for me" become "pay for me" as my sweet friend Nancy read. LOL I told her not to worry I'd be pretty cheap, especially as broke down as I am. hee hee
I'm about to make a run to the store for some supplies. Looks like Tropical Storm Karen is going to be smacking us around tomorrow. I don't think it will be too bad, but if I disappear for a while it's probably because we lost power.
The project pictured above was created for the newest challenge at the Catered Crop which is "Mason Jars". I dug one out of the cabinet and wrapped it with burlap and jute string. The tag was created from a Spellbinders label die. I stamped a sentiment and some acorns on it from the There She Goes Clear Stamps "Pumpkins on the Vine" set, colored them with Copics and added a little Distress ink in Vintage Photo and Spiced Marmalade. I had an old fall pick in my stash so I used a couple of pieces off of it and popped in a stem of fall flowers to finish it off. There's a great inspiration board for mason jar projects over at the CC blog so go check it out.
Here are the last of the postcards I've received. My little book is loaded with wonderful cards from all around the world. Thank you so much again for sending them everyone.
Two lovely cards from Rebecca, Valentina, Audrey, Cheryl, and Kathya
Hope you have a wonderful day!