Friday, 18 August 2017

Tag, Digital Collage and Photograph

Hi All and a Happy Day to you. Thank you for calling in at Jumbled Crafts today

Just realised that our Tag Tuesday challenge will be ending on Monday evening and I still have one tag ready and another almost finished so I will have to get moving and post them. I have really enjoyed Valerie's theme of 'Using Your Scraps and so have lots of others as well. Thank you to the people who are joining us on the TT blog. You still have time to join us and there is a prize as well.


This is literally stuff that was pushed to one side of my crafting space and could easily have ended up in the bin. Poor Sadie and Miley were printed out for a project then I lost the print out until now. They are characters I had drawn a while ago then scanned into my laptop for future use.

If you like doing digital projects then don't forget to join in at Digitally Made where I am one of the guest designers this time. Anything you enter must be 100% digital and the theme this time is Pets/Animals. You have until September 3rd to enter

This is a digital project that started out with a fractile my husband did years ago and I just kept adding things to it then adding effects.

We have the nicest train station you could wish for and as we use trains all the time, because we don't have a car, we get to know the staff there. One of the chaps who looks after the station and also sells the tickets is just so friendly and helpful I wanted to do something nice for him and for all the staff really.


A collage of our station

They work so hard to fill the station with flowers everywhere and keep it as clean and tidy as possible and it isn't easy at this time of year with thousands of day trippers and holiday makers coming and going. This year they have even added flowers to the platforms as well as the waiting room but I hadn't time to take pics of those this time as the train was arriving. Wish the rest of town was as wonderful but we do have lots of flowers planted around the town as well that add colour.

Have a great day

Love Chrissie xx


Thursday, 17 August 2017

Journal Page and Tag

Hello Everyone who calls in and thank you for your visit and for the good wishes for my MIL. She is home now so needs lots of help at the moment. Fortunately the weather has been kind to us so the walk to her flat along the seafront has been a lovely one. Vic's sister is here from London as as well so all hands to the pump.

At Art Journal Journal the theme 'poetry in motion' was chosen by dear Jo. You don't have to use a poem to enter a quote or saying or part of any of them will be fine.

I used one of my chalked backgrounds and added bits and bobs that were in my scrap box for this one. I had printed out lots of the saying to make tea bag holders last year.

Go Tag Thursday has the theme Balloons this week-any balloons so Sandie says.


I went digital this time and found a wallpaper advert to make the background and the main image

advert for wallpaper

 I thought you might like to see our newly painted garden shed.

The photograph was taken through a window so has my reflection on it.
 The poor old shed was well past its best but a friend was taking down his fence and told Vic to take as much of the wood as he liked, so he did and mended our shed then painted it beach hut style. It brightens up a dull corner now.

Hope you will join in our Tag Tuesday challenge with the theme Use your Scraps as there is still until next Monday evening for that.



Try it on Tuesday has just started a new challenge and it has lots of possibilties so do pop there to find out more. The theme this time is Is My Garden.

Have a
 great day

Love Chrissie xx



Tuesday, 15 August 2017

Try it on Tuesday-Garden and Tag

Hi All and a big welcome to Jumbled Crafts. Always great to have people call in and thank you for all the comments you leave here

Today we start a new challenge at Try it on Tuesday and the theme is' In My Garden'. Not everyone has a garden so it could be one you dream about, make up or visit sometimes--just do what you think will fit the theme best for you.
If you need any ideas our wonderful team have made projects to inspire you so pop along to TIOT to see their makes and also why not visit their blogs if you have time.


I made a double sided pocket card and a matching envelope to send it in. Not easy to photograph through the plastic sleeve. All the flower photographs were taken in our garden by Vic and growing there at the time. The garden is small but has lots of wonderful shrubs and flowers.

side one


side two
The above pictures aren't as clear as in real life as they are in the plastic pockets

 These are the photographs printed out ready to cut to fit the pockets


Garden quotes and sayings I found in various place and made small enough to fit my ATC size cards.

A reminder that there is still a week to join in with us at Tag Tuesday so hope to see you there as well in our scraps challenge. It is going well with some wonderful entries and ideas


Most of this tag is an old embroidered handkerchief  that had lace at one corner. It had worn into holes in parts but I knew it would be useful one day. The rest of the tag is little bits of card, ribbon and rickrack-some made into small flowers.

Adding this to Go Tag Thursday as well where Anything goes this week


Have a great day

Love Chrissie xx



Monday, 14 August 2017

Inchie and T Day

Hello Everyone and thank you for calling in along your blog journey. 

At Every Inchie Monday this week the theme is frog


Rivet, rivet to all of you from Freddie the Frog

Elizabeth and Bluebeard welcome all to their 'Tuesday T Day' and all you have to do is a drinks related post so what could be simpler. You meet the nicest people at this party and I am really enjoying getting to know them.

Happy T Day to all of you.

First of all I found another 20p mug at the car boot sale


                                             One picture on the mug



The other picture on the mug


The base.  I didn't clean off the sticky bits yet

Now to a day out to forget.

Last weekend we needed to go somewhere quiet and away from hospital visiting and thinking about Vic's mum for a little while. We settled for Withersea that is down the coast from us and is a very quiet little place where not much ever happens.

We thought something was strange when the bus driver told us to get off the bus before the town and walk in as the bus station was closed. Why was the bus full of people and why were there people everywhere? Well there were 3 festivals on all at the same time. HELP! No buses back for 2 hours!



First festival bikers--enjoyed seeing that festival as most of them were my age and I used to be a biker chick in my teens.

Second festival was pirates and parrots-only saw one of those and his lady friend was somewhere he said.


Next was fairground stuff but nothing was working or giving rides. I think they open in evening.
 None of the above frequent Withernsea usually. 

An escape along the seafront was called for, it is such a lovely peaceful walk. No it isn't! They have shipped in huge diggers and piles of rocks to try and shore up the place as it is falling into the sea all the way along--as is most of our coastline. Too little to late



So what next. Well there is an inland light house? It has trips around it but last time we went it wasn't open week days so we never got to see inside. This time it was only open weekdays and this was the weekend so we still never got to see inside.


A photograph of the back from a beautiful garden. It is the coffee shop but it was closed at weekends

Two hours up so got the bus back to Hull to change buses and get one to go home.


Cup of tea first then a nice meal on Hull station in the revamped cafe.

It did us good even without the peace and quiet we were looking for.

Have a great day

Love Chrissie xx