Saturday, 9 January 2016


... ooopsies indeedily!  Firstly Happy New Year!!!  I know, a little late!!!  Ooops again, I completely forgot that last weekend should have been a new Sunday Stamper challenge... am getting forgetful in my old age.  What with the mirth and merriment of Christmas and New Year I clean forgot that two weeks had passed since the last challenge.  Where does the time whizz off to eh? Anyways, there will be a new challenge tomorrow... I have already scheduled it and everything *polishes halo*

Today I am showing a card I put together as a class sample for my Distress Cardmaking class tomorrow up at Crafty Corner in South Shields.  This is one of my fave Darkroom Door stamps... I love collage stamps and especially those that have lots of details on them along with a decent sized main image.  And what an image this one is!  Tis no secret that I love trains and whilst I am a diesel girl, I do love to see *and smell and hear* steam trains.  Did you see on the news yesterday that the Flying Scotsman is finally restored and back in steam?  It is lovely to see the old girl back running again... even if she should really be green and not black ;0))

So!  Did you have a cracking festive season? Father Christmas was very generous this year... I got some lovely pressies and of course, it would have been rude not to stuff my face with chocolate... so I did!  Just call me Spotty Sheridan now lol    I shall away now... thanks for looking and have a goodly day!  TTFN

Hels x


Sue Balawajder said...

Great to have you back and indeed the weeks have started to whiz by at speed! Glad you had a good Christmas and I am sure I read somewhere that chocolate is good for you,that's my story and I am sticking to it :0) Love the stamp you have used,love Vintage. Looking forward to the next challenge.
Big hugs Sue Balawajder

rachel said...

Hello lovely lady and a happy new year to you. Time definitely flies by! Love that train image - brilliant! Hugs rachel x

Theresa Pace said...

that is one awesome stamp. hugs xx

donna said...

Hi Hels,
It has been awhile,
I love old trains too. I really like
The Cass Senic Railroad in Cass, West Virginia USA.
There you can take a 4 1/2 hour round trip to the top of Bald Knob.
Up there the plants are some of the same found in Canada. It will be 80 degrees F.
in the parking lot and 35 degrees F. up on the Mountain top.
But more than that it is a spiritual thing to be that much closer to God.
Nothing compairs to riding the old steam engine up the mountain, black smoke bellowing from her stack. I can't wait to ride her again.
But for now I willjust have to have the great Syeam Engine stamp from the Dak roonm Door.

Thanks for the memories...
donna in Ky

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