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Tuesday, 8 June 2010

now you see him now you don't

Well this is hubby feeding the fish in our pond and he wasn't supposed to be in the picture when I took it but he just appeared,  so I then took the next one without him there.  I wanted to get the reflection of the rhododendron in the water....

I am adding this bit in after reading a comment from Mrs Wonka... so funny, I was going to say he fell in..... but that would tempt fate and anyway that's my trick; I fell in 2 years ago... we have a little boat on the pond (just for getting some of the reeds out etc) anyway I decided to get out but not on the jetty .... and did the splits... one leg in the boat and one on dry land... needless to say which way I went... yuk I hated it all those fish and muddy stuff....
So that was it but anyhow no inspiration from this apart from I CASed a this idea from Dawn Griffith and here it is below.... it's a bit like now you see it now you don't though......

Its one of those cards when you open it one way you see this....
When you open it another you see this....... My dad used to have a wallet that did this and when I was small it used to fascinate me how money placed in one part used to disappear to the other side.. now my money disappears to SU bank account, lol....

This is it with the decorated envelope...
Materials used for this were:
Bridesmaid dsp
Soft suede card
Mr and Mrs Stamp set
Tiny Tags Stamp set
1.1/4" circle punch and 1.3/8" circle punch


............Until tomorrow............ be crafty.......

5 comments:

Mrs Wonka said...

What a beautiful card!

I thought you were going to say hubby had fallen in the pond, I was already sniggering!

Hope you are okay and hope to see you soon .

Zoe xxx

Jamie said...

Very pretty Peg! xxx

Marlene said...

Your card is beautiful!!!

That fish pond - WOW....it's HUGE!!!

Loraine Arderne said...

Wow, this is a gorgeous pond Peg......, your card is fantastic - so clever!

Vicky Hayes said...

Thanks for the chuckle Peg! And what a clever little card.