Sunday, January 3, 2010

Happy New Year!

All my good intentions for crafting last week were derailed by a nasty bugSmiley from millan.net which confined me to the couch - couldn't go to bed, because I couldn't breathe when I was lying down, so I ended up sleeping in the recliner, fortified only by Alka Seltzer cold and Robitusson. Yuck!!
So 2010, eh? Millan.netDoesn't it sound futuristic? I also spent quite a lot of time last week watching Dr. Who on Netflix, so I am currently somewhat of an expert on futuristic. Given the mad dream I had last night, I obviously need to watch something else because apparently the combination of Daleks and cold medication is not a good one! Smiley from millan.net
I also managed to read the new Stephen King novel "Under The Dome" which my DS gave me for Christmas. It is a MASSIVE book - over 1000 pages - but I do love me some SK, so I was up to the task. Not one of his best, IMHO, but still very readable. All in all, it could have been worse.
We typically host a party on New Years Eve, but in the circumstances (and in the interests of not infecting the whole neighborhood) we kept it to a dull roar with only a couple of our closest (bravest!!) friends. Champagne and fireworks and the chance to have actual conversations with people made it a rousing success. I might just do the same again next year. It was much easier to clear up later too.
In other news, I finally made it back to the craft room today. I was finishing up some Valentines for OperationWriteHome. Lounging on the couch for a week also gave me lots of time to blurf and I found some really neat free vintage images at The Graphics Fairy, which inspired this card. If you like vintage images you will have a field day looking around this site. This was one of my favorites, don't you think it just cried out for some Basic Grey and some lace?

I also want to apologize to all my bloggy buddies at Ocean's 11 because I have neglected them all (and this blog) terribly over the last couple of months. I'll be back visiting and commenting, I promise.


So Happy New Year to all of you out there in blog land - it's my sincere hope that 2010 will bring you all what you hope for. Smiley from millan.net

7 comments:

weewiccababe said...

Happy New Year quine
all the best for 2010
thats a really bonny valentine
Debz
xx

Gina said...

Awesome card, I am enjoying the vintage look more and more. Thanks for the congratulations comment, it really means a lot. Hope you are soon feeling back to normal!

peggysue said...

Hope you are on the mend. Wow, daleks, I haven't seen Dr. Who in years, but that brings back memories. I once made my brother a huge, long scarf like the one Dr. Who. Anyhow, good for you for making the Valentines for OWH.

JazzyH said...

Pretty!

The Mama Monkey said...

Happy New Year Kay! You are too funny with those little emoticons! :) Love them!

What a gorgeous vintage card! Love the colors and it will be perfect for Valentine's Day!

Stephanie said...

Kay - hope you're feeling better..no worries about us O'11ers - life sometimes gets busier than expected :)

Love the vintage valentine! That's one style that I really like, but often avoid b/c I'm not sure I could make it work. You sure did!!

Enfys said...

Gorgeous vintagey card Kay, hope you are feeling a lot better now,
Happy new year,
big hugs
En xx

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