We hope that you are all well and that your lives are travelling easy. Not too much snow or heat or rain or fire! How are your preparations or Christmas going, if you celebrate Christmas? Mine are slow - or perhaps I am slow! Thought you might all like to see another photo of the Derwent River, which flows just outside my craft room window.
This photo was taken from the air, naturally, and shows the now famous MONA Museum and Art Gallery - the red buildings - and the winery on the small frying pan outlet into the river just a few kilometers upstream from us. In the background on the left you can see the Cadbury chocolate factory too (white). Of course, we live on the Eastern shore of the river - more in the background here - and further south. As a Tasmanian, I can get in free to MONA. There are restaurants and a wine bar, a public space where concerts and markets are put on and I believe some amazing accommodation as well. You can drive (takes us about 10 minutes) or catch a water ferry.
We all feel like winners when we go there and the fellow who created it - David Walsh - has really singlehandedly changed the economy of our state in a positive way.
Now, who are our November winners?
Random Number is 7!
DT Favorite is
Congratulations to both crafters in what was a difficult challenge!
Remember, there is another challenge running currently
#75 Zentangle your way to Christmas....
TWIST make a non-traditional item
Emboss folder, diecut and some sparkle
Some DT inspiration
Three more cards today
Remember, they don't have to be cards - scrap pages, tags, gift bags, oven gloves, placemats, a coffee cup, the dog......perhaps not the dog.
Just as long as you don't tangle with a stamp you are fine!
You can scroll down to the entry link - already one entry I note!