Sunday, 10 February 2019
Finally Fully-Finishing Fun!
Hosted by Rachel the Ten Hour Stitcher
There's a new SAL in town this month; a SAL designed to motivate us all to do something with that box of Finishes pieces instead of just storing them under the bed. We will all be linking up on Rachel's blog on or after the 10th of each month (10 Hour Stitcher - 10th of the month).
This month I have been scrapbooking some old and new Christmas finishes. I have three scrapbooks; one for Hallowe'en, one for Christmas and one for everything else.
Here's the latest pages:
Mill Hill Trumpet
Freebie from Kissy Cross blog
Stitchrovia from 2017
Rosewood Manor Festive Quaker Tree from 2009 JCS
stitched this January
Christmas Cottage Ornament from the 1990s
mounted in a Christmas card
JBW Antique Christmas Trees
stitched in 2017
Blue Ribbon Designs Roaming Reindeer
stitched in 2015
Blue Ribbon Designs Woodsy Winter
stitched in 2012
(seriously, this has sat in a folder for 6 and a half years!)
If you'd like to see more of my scrapbook pages without coming to my house, have a look at the special page on my Happy Dance Blog - Scrapbook Pages
And a professionally framed piece. This is Dragon of the Winter Moon by Dragon Dreams, finished in 2017 and framed using my Christmas Gift Voucher.
A simple navy mat and silver frame to show plenty of the lovely fabric
which is 32 count Moondust Murano by Crafty Kitten
Finally, something else coming to a finish - Google Plus. This was Google's attempt to create a social media network to rival Facebook. They tried to force us all to change our Google accounts to Google Plus despite the issues it caused with emails and commenting. Now they have finally given up flogging this horse and are reverting everyone back to plain old Google accounts. There is no need to panic or worry unless you use Google Plus to store your photos or have a lot of connections with people via it. You will have been sent an email letting you know what to do.
My recommendation would be to go into your Dashboard and revert to the standard Google account NOW and see if that changes anything on your blog while you have time to fix it.