Tuesday, 12 June 2012

Swaps from Reading - Part 1

As promised, here are photos of some of the swaps that I received when I went to Regional Training in Reading. I have split the photos into sections for the appropriate stamp sets/designer series paper/accessory.

Apologies for the bad lighting on the photos- this bad weather means I had to have the lights on and some of the photos have shadows on them.

If you recognise your swap but I have not credited you - this will be because there were no details on the back. If this is the case, please let me know and I will amend my post to include your information.

Mixed Bunch stamp set and Blossom punch
 Gengen (stampaddict-gengen.blogspot.com)


Top one -  Nicky Johncock
Bottom one - Julie Spencer

Top one - Amanda Fowler
Bottom one - Sarah Williamson


Twitterpated DSP and Blossom punch
On left - Sandra Roberts
On right - Helen Head

Bordering on Romance stamp set

Miriam Grauer (apologies if mispelt,
I could not read your handwriting)

Pat Couder

I will post photos of some of the other swaps in a few days. In the meantime I am busy preparing for my Waterfall Album class this coming Saturday and believe it or not making Christmas cards for a swap that I am taking part in. I have so far made 11 square 10cm x 10 cm cards and have another 11 A6 cards of a different design to make. I will share these with you later in the month.

It has also been a busy few days with our baby robins. We have had a pair of robins make a nest under our glass veranda. They are now on their second clutch (not sure if that's the right term), the first lot having fledged 4-5 weeks ago. Sunday night the latest clutch fledged and we have been keeping an eye on them because two of them ended up in the basement, one actually made it into the garden and another onto the patio.

Love the tufts

A vaguely sensible place for a grown up robin but not
for a baby one

Made it to the patio but what now?
The babies are now scattered all over the garden so mum and dad are busy with all the feeding.

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