Friday, 27 September 2013

Little Bird Book Tags For That's Crafty

Hello everyone, sorry it's taken me so long to get back to blogging and many thanks go to those who left me good wishes for my recent holiday which I really do appreciate.
We had a lovely if rather wet time away (not really a surprise in the Lake District!) and had to buy some waterproof trousers on the second day to avoid soaking wet jeans. I'm also now the proud owner of a very pricy Barbour waxed hat as I got fed up with my hood falling in my eyes!
Apologies here for my lack of commenting and also for my non contributing to this week's Polka Doodles challenge for the first time in ages as I had the most terrible headache which took ages to clear and I didn't feel much like crafting. I'll try and make up for it next week.

This is rather a late post with my project for this week for That's Crafty which is a duo of tag style bookmarks and I hope you'll pop on over for the details on how I made them.


I'll be round soon to visit over the weekend and in the meantime, have a great one!

Hugs, Fliss xx

4 comments:

  1. Hi Fliss
    Sorry to read it was a rather damp affair especially after all the hot days England had during the summer months.
    Your tags are so elegant and a lovely idea to tuck inside a book, as a Bookworm I know I would appreciate that beautiful thought.
    Wishes
    Lynne

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  2. Lovely bookmarks! Sorry your holiday was wet, but the Barbour hat will be an asset. Hope your head is soon better! Hugs, Valerie

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  3. Sorry you had a damp time - but the Barbour hat sounds great!

    Your bookmarks are lovely - great vintage images, and that touch of embossing in the background is super.

    Hope the headache clears for you soon...
    Alison x

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  4. Absolutely love the vintage vibe on both tags, Fliss.
    It's been a wet weekend here too! yuk!
    xxx Asha Sunny Summer Crafts

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Fliss xx