We have enjoyed some fun Saturdays down in Southampton with our daughter and family and some woodland walks with our son. I wanted to share some super photos I took a few weeks ago. Today I will share the coastal walk we enjoyed with my daughter, son in law and Daisy which culminated in the most glorious sunset. I will share the woods walk another time with part 2 of this post.
We walked a 3 hour circuit from Warsash and it was lovely to spot some sweet donkeys in a local field.
By the time we returned to the car the sun was just beginning to set.
What a wonderful family day we enjoyed. It doesn't take much to please us...just Mother Nature sharing her beauty.
My card is a golden Christmas card inspired by the setting sun.
I would like to enter it into the following challenges;
Simon says stamp Wednesday Christmas
Whimsy 1/3 anything goes holiday
Creative Inspirations 1/3 festive fun
Noor UK anything goes
Pixie's snippets playground 3/3 #203 I used snippets of card for my die cuts and the sentiment.
Craft Barn 2/3 Guinness book of records luckily Jane has allowed a loose link for something which "could" be a record...I think my record could be for the bravest card maker who has finished her card and then decides to put a gold rim around the edge.......luckily it went OK but it could have ruined my card and it's difficult to cover up an edge mishap!
Emerald Faeries Oh Christmas tree there is one behind the snowman
Natalie and Amy 2/3winter scenes
Little Claire's Christmas in white
Christmas at sweet stamping stars
Ribbon Girl 2/3 use any image
Deep Ocean white plus one other colour mine is white plus gold.
Papertake weekly let it snow
The weather is supposed to be dipping at the weekend but for now the warm days have been such an added bonus. It's been rainy, blustery but no chill in the air yet.
Thanks for visiting me here today and for taking the time to leave any comments. I'm off to meet my dear Karen for lunch and a Christmas shopping afternoon.
Bye for now,