Tuesday, 10 March 2009

frustration!! etc.




I have only just managed to get connected to the web tonight altho' I first started trying at 8am this morning, I'm getting madder by the day!! Have put up a photo of some crinkly pansies that are out in one of our hanging baskets, they are so pretty and also an atc that I found tucked away unfinished, it's a machine embellished background with some heat zapped Tyvek and then finished off with hand stitching. The lovely little Westie, patiently waiting for her biscuit , is Minnie , a rescue dog that my friend has just 'adopted'.

8 comments:

Doreen G said...

Oh the frustration of no internet it must be driving you crazy.

Jackie said...

Did you discover why you couldn't get on the internet? Its so frustrating isn't it and we feel bereft when we can't read blogs!

konnykards .. Musings of a Senior Citizen said...

Oh dear - I can only think you should change to another server as you have had so many problems.
On first sight I thought Minnie was a new family member!
Nice Tyvek - Maureen P, another friend Sue, and I had a fun day with it yesterday.I had been afraid that fumes would be a problem but it was OK - I'll be experimenting more,(probably firing questions at you as usual!) Connie.

Genie said...

hope internet connection is ok now!!
love the little westie
Have a good week/weekend

Jan said...

Minnie is so cute - lovely to see a photo of her.
Beautiful card - I like the Tyvek effect. It creates a nice extra dimension.
Lovely to see the pansies too - a hint of Spring in the air?

Viv's Visuals said...

Tyvek is cool! Pansy is pretty....
but doggie is GORGEOUS!!!!
Sack the pickle man... get a new internet provider!

Heather said...

Poor you - that must be so frustrating. Lovely pics on your post. The colours of your pansies are gorgeous and the little Westie looks adorable. My parents had two many years ago. I love the textures you get with Tyvek, you never quite know what will happen.

CJ Stitching and Blooms said...

Hello Maureen, I think you have become a master of using Tyvek.Lovely creation. I have never used it.Hugs Judy