OH MY WORD! Just had news from SHQ that this is now a PICK of the WEEK. New show times. PLEASE CHECK YOUR TV GUIDES FOR EXACT TIMES. The times I give in this blog may have changed.
Have you been sat there waiting with bated breath? (I just looked up the spelling of 'bated' and yep, this is correct!) It is now only 2 more sleeps till the launch of the latest Sheena Douglass stamps and associated items in the Oriental theme. Remember I said about there being embossing folders and a paper pack as well as stamps. Such a wonderful collection you would be daft not to get it.
I hope that you can make it on Friday for the launch? The first show is at 8am on Create and Craft TV which is 671 on Sky, 318 on Freesat, 748 for Virgin, and 36 for Freeview. If you can't make the early bird show 'live' then at least record it to get a chance to see some brilliant demonstrations. Have a look at the Create and Craft TV Schedule and you will see the other times for that day as well as the times for the other shows right over the weekend!! It is listed as Sheena's Pick of the Weekend on my TV planner so there are lots of shows to watch and get inspiration from. Tell the men in your house to watch the sport somewhere else, it is your turn with the TV this weekend! If they don't already know how to use it, do a quick 'Microwave Users' course tonight. Just kidding guys!
So onto my Sneaky Peek for today. (Have you caught up with all the other Sneaky Peeks my fellow Inkoids have been bloggin? Well, here is the link to their blogs Ta Dah!)
I have chosen to show you a card which I made using one of the lovely Koi carp stamps and one of the backing papers. Such a classic Oriental image I am sure you will agree. I won't give away too much about the construction and ingredients of this card just yet. Perhaps you can work out what some of the elements are? As a notorious hoarder I have a huge stash of 'that will be useful one day' items!!
Right, I will let you go now, you need to plan your weekend!
See you again tomorrow for another Sneaky Peek.
Comments are always welcome and I will pass on any questions or comments you might have direct to Sheena.