Wednesday, 30 October 2013


Well this is going to be short cos I don't have the energy to write a lot, not been 100% today.
Desktop is full of Christmas cards,  a production run, more or less all the same. I knew that if I tried to continue to make lots of different ones. I'd never get 100 done. So I got out the stamps and did several alike and varied the embellishments, so I managed 12 in the time it had taken to do 2 previously.
With luck I will have another go with different colour ink later in the week and get another dozen sorted.
These are the last of the hats too, they have to be in the offices of Innocent drinks  by Thursday so they went in the post today.

If anyone is wondering what I am rambling on about, pop over to Julia's where she will explain it all and you can peek at lots of other worktops.
All for now.


The Taming of the Glue said...

Great production lime you've got there! Hope you're feeling better soon. Hugs. Pam#39

Lunch Lady Jan said...

Sorry you're not too well, take some time out and get better soon :-)
I love the colours in your cards, so chic...I suppose the production line isn't as satisfying as individual designs but at least you get them done quicker!
Hugs, LLJ 35 xx

Unknown said...

Hope you are feeling better soon. The cards look great and as for those little cute!
Have a good Wednesday.
Karen no.51 x

jill said...

Get week soon Chris, Don't those little bottle hats look fun. I've only made a few christmas cards so far & must get a move on with mine. well done for getting on with your. Jill #37

Mrs.D said...

Just a quick thanks for those comments, I am feeling much better now. Early night and a couple of paracetamol works wonders.

ike said...

Great Christmas cards and such jolly cool little hats :-D

Happy WOYWW #230
IKE in Greece #63 xxxxxx

sandysewin said...

Good for you for making all those cards. Only a special few folks on my list get handmade Christmas cards. Everybody else gets one I bought on discount after the holiday last year. :-)

This little hats are darling.

Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier and for the nice comments.

Happy Woyww,

Sandy #3

Unknown said...

Your cards are lovely. I really need to get started on mine, but I'll wait till the last minute. I want one of those hats, they are too cute. #5

Robin said...

Those hats are adorable!

Hugs robin 74

Glenda said...

Sorry to be so late getting around. I must really be getting old! Love your cards and I'm beginning mine. Slow and steady is my motto. Thanks for sharing, I love your window onto the world!
Glenda #52

Unknown said...

Hello again Chris :) I want to follow your blog, but can't see where to join? Am I being a bit slow? lol. Karen (scrappinglifeandstuff) x

Andrea said...

great idea for the Christmas cards and I love the stamp you've used. what adorable hats I just had to find out why ?...what a great cause and well done you. i like the red/white looks like a Santa hat . belated woyww wishes and crafty hugs hope you have a good week ahead and feel better soon. Andrea #25

Darnell said...

Oh my word, Chris, those are the most beautiful production-line Christmas cards I've EVER seen!! I literally dropped my jaw!! And the hats are adorable!! Happy Belated WOYWW and thanks for the visit to me!! Enjoy the rest of your week! Hugs, Darnell