Friday, June 03, 2011

Hoping for Good Weather

This Sunday I am taking part in The Race For Life in Rhyl North Wales, keeping my fingers crossed for good weather.
I am taking part for my mum, my sister and myself all survivors, and my dad who lost his battle.
If you feel you would like to sponsor me, this LINK or the pink box in the side bar takes you to my page.

Other news is I am madly finishing up my fourth module for my Mixed Media City and Guilds, my third module folders are with the tutor for internal verification.

I recently made this little book

using my Tim Holtz tag die cutter,

which means I have lots of the little book plates cut out in Lutradur

If they are of any use to anyone out there, let me know and you can have them.


Heather said...

I love your little tag books and tags in general. I would love some Lutrador tags please if they haven't been snapped up already. It should be better for running or walking on Sunday as it is supposed to be cooler. Hopefully it will stay dry for you but it can rain on my garden! My grand-daughter and her mother-in-law are taking part in the Bristol area, so all the events combined should raise a good amount for such a worthy cause.

jill said...

Ooooh, me too please. Those square ones would fit into a book project I'm working on at the moment. Good luck with the race.

Carol said...
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Carol said...

Heather and Jill your comments came through as no reply, so I can't e-mail you direct, if you e-mail me your address I will split them between you

Heather said...

Many thanks for my Lutrador tags Carol - if I had your address I'd send you the postage. I am thinking of doing an altered book and the tags would make an interesting feature. Hope the weather was good for your charity walk/run. My grand-daughter is taking part in a local one here this weekend. It is such a worthy cause and your family knows that better than most by the sound of it.

Cassy said...

You're kind heated. You are open to share some of your things to others who need it.

Cassy from Rock Guitar Lessons