As everyone knows I have a very "cute/whimsical" side to my creativity. Yes I am a very much inky mixed media girl but I also love fairies, the man in the moon, Father Christmas and the Clangers (remember them?) There is one lovely artist called Tracy Easson who has just captured for me the very essence of my whimsical side. I had the delight to attend one of Tracy's workshops last year (remember those times!) and in the flesh she is just awesome; sweet, kind, generous and an all round good human being. Her range of stamps which drew me in are those featuring her cute mice family, who talk to her. Yes I perfectly understand that.
I recently entered a giveaway she had on Facebook in connection with her Etsy shop and was thrilled when I found out that I had won one of her delightful mouse prints.
It arrived today and oh my....just look at the packaging inside.
I carefully opened it up and this just made me cry, with joy. My very own mouse print.
How perfect are these words?
Look at her pocket full of love and her feet where magical hearts appear with every step. So very special.
I miss my own little granddaughter Daisy (and Jack her little brother) so much, I will frame this and keep it in Daisy's room here until she returns to stay here after all this mess of a pandemic is over.
I have shared a few of my cards and bookmarks on my blog before, one of my favourite stamp sets Tracy sells is the moon one. This was my Hb's Easter card
and below is a bookmark I made for my son.
So today I will share a new one, a bookmark I made and sent to my best friend. She loved it too.
Here's a close up of the sweet mouse boat
I would like to enter it into the following challenges;
Through the craft room door 1/2 anything goes
Not just cards 2/3 anything goes
Cute card Tuesdays 1/3 critters
Fab n funkie 1/3 anything but a card
In these troubled times there are so many kind souls out there.
Tracy is one of them.
Thanks for stopping by today.
I am back tomorrow evening at 8pm as I am delighted to have a little giveaway here...it involves a little something I was inspired to make for my own sweet Daisy.
Bye for now,