I was a wee bit stuck this week, didn't quite know what to make as everything I could think of had already been done, and much better than I could have done it. It wasn't until I was talking to Suzy this morning about travelling all over England for windsurfing regattas many years ago that I realised that we always went camping at these events. DOH! Of course, being windsurfing events, the regattas were often held on the sea, which meant that we used to have great picnics on the beach as well. That was it, lol, tag sorted -
The original image came from the wonderful Valerie at The Sum of all Crafts blog. I had to print it out a couple of times to get enough rocks and water to cover the tag. I used a couple of different blue Promarkers for the sky, and not wanting it to look streaky, overlaid it with blue tissue paper. The blanket comes from my son's favourite French camembert, La Rustique. I added a French baguette and a bottle of red wine to the picnic basket, a few shells on the rocks and some birds in the sky.
Darn, I want to have a picnic now, lol. Not likely to happen, it is thoroughly miserable out there.
The other challenge this week was the inchie challenge at Every Inchie Monday, and I struggled somewhat with that one as well. The theme was "Street". In the end I went with Street signs. Do you know what is even worse than trying to cut out tiny little street signs? Trying to glue them down without getting tons of glue all over my fingers.