I am constantly amazed by the unbelievable actions of some people. A complete stranger could do a good thing, say a few nice words or just smile at you and make your day. Sadly, there is always an equal and opposite reaction to this and today both my friend Andrea & I have been on the receiving end of some particularly nasty comments.
Somebody decided that it would be fun to make a particularly evil comment on one of the old posts on here....the post is from July 31st and is on the Winged Things entry. What does the comment say you are wondering? Well, to save you having to go and have a look I will tell you; Anonymous wrote "be careful on that cloud you are going to fall off it soon"
On Andrea's Blog, this individual wrote something along the lines of "Enjoy your just desserts, you will get them soon"....I am paraphrasing here as Andrea has deleted this comment and I cannot remember the exact wording...however, this is an equally disgusting thing to say, let alone to a completely innocent person.
How would "anonymous" feel if they read some ill wishing comments on their Blog, which is supposed to be a place of happiness and fun, where we in the crafty community can share our creations and ideas. This type of behaviour has no place in Blogland - well actually in any land really.
So, who is "anonymous"? Well, thanks to the fabulous tools that the Internet and modern computer programs provide us with, I have been able to gain a lot of very useful information about this person and their activities; so here is a little advice to this character "anonymous" - you are being watched so it would be best if you leave us well alone and crawl back under the stone you inhabit.
Anyway, as this is a Crafty Blog - or a "Clog" as my dear Dad calls it, I have a little house that I would like to share with you; it is for the house swap that I am hosting and until I just fiddled with the photo's I took of it, I didn't realise it was wonky LOL Mind you, seeing as I have a habit of stamping things wonky, it is about normal for me :O))
I used some of those beautiful Core-dinations cardstock to create the roof, sanding the card with an emery board to get the texture. The stamps I used are by PaperArtsy and I used Black StaZon ink to stamp with.
Anyways, enough from me for one evening, thanks for looking everyone.....take care
Thursday, 11 September 2008