Tuesday 15 May 2018

Back from a Very Long Absence!

I can't quite believe that it's been 7 months of absence from the Wonderful World of Blogging. And I'm not sure if there's still anyone out there after all this time!

But although my little corner of Blogland may have been quiet, I can assure you that the crafting has still been going on. Quite a few Christmas were made, new hobbies discovered (I loved making scented candles!), and lots and lots of crocheting! But I confess that I haven't done much card-making over the last few months. So in an effort to relax and find a bit of stress relief from work, etc., I dusted off the alcohol inks, pencils and papers and started making some cards. This is one from this week

I've used one of my favourite images from LOTV but as a digi stamp, coloured with copics and pencils. 

The papers are from LOTV (my ever dwindling precious stash of the paper pads - I'll have to see if I can find some elsewhere). 
Flowers are from wild orchid crafts and the dies are Poppystamps and Sue Wilson.
Hope you like it! 
And as I've got a few more cards to share, I promise to be back again soon! 
Kim X 


  1. So pleased to see you back and I have to say, you certainly didn't lose your touch or card craftiness because it's right here for all of us to see!
    This is coloured so softly and beautifully designed. That little spray of flowers and leaves is so pretty! I like how you've used the purple... it's more like accents and is not overpowering but just right.

  2. Such a beautiful card Kim! Love the colours. It's lovely to see you back in blogland!
    Gina xx

  3. Good to see you Kim and with such a gorgeous card too. Lovely colours xx

  4. So cute & gorgeous Kim. Good to see you have lost your colouring skills.

  5. This comment might seem off topic but you all will want to hear this!!

    We all knew a time when 1 BitCoin was worth more than $13,000 then it suddenly just crashed and now worth just $6,000.

    People never seem to know and understand the reason behind these drop and i will explain that to you.

    There was a total amount of BitCoin generated from the start by the developers at first and since its becoming valuable there was need to generate more of it. You all didn't get that right? Let me explain better.

    So imagine from the beginning the developers of bit coin generated 10,000,000 BitCoin at first. Now these 10,000,000 BitCoin circulated to individuals, so when the 10,000,000 BitCoin was already owned by individuals all over the world it started increasing in value.
    Now the developers saw that thier crypto currency has gotten more value but less individuals owned it, there was need to generate more of it for more individuals to own.
    And what better way is there to generate more of BitCoin?

    1 BitCoin = $13,000.
    10,000,000 BitCoin = $130,000,000,000.
    So there is $130,000,000,000 in the internet.
    Then the idea came to the developers!!
    Let's crash the price of BitCoin, use the remaining amount to generate more BitCoin.
    That is:
    Since BitCoin has built $130,000,000,000 in the internet, cut the price and generate more.
    I mean
    1 BitCoin = $13,000 then Now
    1 BitCoin = $6,000
    So from 1 BitCoin, 2.2 BitCoin can be generated.
    Now the question is where is the newly generated BitCoin?

    It's are everywhere in the internet!!!
    Its in every website you enter.
    Its in every social media platform.
    Its anywhere in the world!!
    Its in North America.
    Its in South America.
    Its in Africa.
    Its in Asia.
    Its in Europe.
    Its scattered everywhere!!!
    All you need to do is start Mining it.
    Now how do you start Mining these crypto currency?
    There are lots of BitCoin Mining software you can use for mining BitCoin.
    You can get these Mining software from
    *Soft Tech Geeks:
    *Dread Syp:

    Have been using it a lot, I Mine anytime I want and have been making a lot from it.

    Some will say, why is he sharing it now?
    Some will say, if that's how easy it is why not Mine alone? So you can get it all for yourself.

    Well the developers are smart, they put a mining limit to it. The idea was not for a single person to have it, or for a particular group of people.

    The idea was for everyone, everywhere in the world to posses these crypto currency, not for just one individual or a particular region.



I love reading your comments - and thanks for taking the time to leave one!
Kim x