Tuesday, 16 August 2011

Nestabilities Storage

Oh my goodness I cannot believe that I haven't blogged for almost a month!!  Where does the time go??

My sincere thanks to those of you who keep asking how I am. The truth of the matter is that I am currently waiting to have an operation performed on my back.  Actually I say 'an' operation, it is infact two major operations in one go.  It seems that my back has got to the stage where it won't get better on its own and so I've agreed to have these operations done.  It will take me 3-6 months to recover from the operation itself so during this time I won't be demoing or tutoring at all and probably not even card making either as I won't be able to bend, twist, lift anything or infact do very much at all.  Originally I thought the operation would be happening this month but my surgeon is on leave and it won't be happening until around mid November.  I'm finding it very hard to sit for any length of time which is why I haven't been blogging very much.  However I do still have some things to show you that I made last year so when I feel up to it I will pop on and load up something for you!!

So without further ado here is one I made earlier - lol!!  As you can see I used my Bind It All on the side of this to hold the pages together which consist of magnetic sheets and plasma as this is one of my notebooks that hold some of my nestabilities.

The cute image is by StampAvie which I stamped with black Memento ink and coloured using Copics and then die-cut it with one of the nestabilites labels die.

I find the magnetic sheets so useful for holding the nestabilities in place.

The paper is from my stash that was from one of the collections by My Minds Eye.

StampAvie stamp, paper and copics from The Glitter Pot
Magnetic sheets from The Stamp Man
Bind It All from Stamp Addicts

I'd like to enter this into -
Allsorts Anything But A Card Challenge
Sir Stampalot Anything You Fancy Challenge




22 comments:

mustavcoffee, Gay Peplow said...

Hi Kay, Lovely to see you and you have a beautiful storage folder, brilliant idea and gorgeous to boot:0) Hope the wait for the op goes quickly, big hugs Gay xxx

Helen said...

Sounds scary - hope it all goes well!

Stamping 4 Pleasure said...

Hi Kay . . . so sorry your last op didn't do the trick and you're now facing 2 more. Wishing for a successful outcome for you.

LOVE this cute storage book. It's fab.

Sending hugs, Sandra x

Mutley said...

Hope the time goes quickly for you and the operations are a success. Keep safe Kay.

Love the storage binder, great idea and as usual beautiful colours.xxx

Mags said...

That's a neat idea. Sorry to hear you are still suffering - hopefully november will come around quickly!

hugs

mags x

pinky said...

Excellent storage solution and you have made it looks so stylish and beautiful. Hope you get word soon about your opps. Thanks for joining us at Sir Stampalot this month.
Pinky

The Little Stamper said...

Oh Kay - how frustrating for you, having to wait until November for your op - I am sure you just want to get over and done with now!

We will be glad to hear from you as and when you feel up to it, and I wish you all the best and as speedy recovery as possible, once you finally get to have your op.

Sharon xx

Whisper said...

Aaah bless you hun, i knew you had a back problem, but i didn't realise you needed an operation, thinking of you, Luv Sam x

Craftnut said...

This is lovely Kay. I'm still thinking of you and hope you feel brighter soon. Tracy xx

Francesca said...

Beautiful Creation

Thanks for joining us at Sir Stampalot challenge this month and good luck!

Hugs
Francesca

Lou said...

Hi!Kay,Oh bless i had been thinking about how you are and really do feel for you.
Your storage folder is so lovely,such a great idea-thank you and the little Nesties are so easy to loose.
take care,here if you need anything Kay.
big hug,Lou.xx

brenda said...

How lovely to see a post from you Kay, I have been wondering about you, was going to mail you then decided you might have had the op and the last thing you wanted was mails.

Rotten havintg to wait that long, but at least we get to see some more of your lovely work. SOunds lijke you hve a Plan B like me, lost sitting there ready 'just in case'.

Thank you for sharing with us at Allsorts this week and Stampalot this month.

B x

Debs said...

Hi Kay
This is stunning and just so perfect!
What a beautiful way to store nesties - I feel inspired.
I am so sorry to read about your back problems - as a fellow back pain suffering I totally empathsise with you. I hope the op goes well and really helps.
Thanks for playing along with us at Allsorts this week.
Good luck.
Debs xx

louise said...

Hi Kay love your idea for the nestie book will have to try this mine are shoved in a boring box not a gorgeous book like yours, hope all goes well with op and you have a speedy recovery.
Hugs louise xx

The Stamp Man said...

I'm sorry to hear they have delayed your operation for so long Kay, I know you will be frustrated already from the wait so far. At least you have a date now. I don't usually wish time to fly but in this case I will.

I love your Nestie storage book, great to finally see it, thanks for posting it as I think people will love your idea.

Take care Kay, will chat very soon:)

Jill x

PS: I've still got some Percy pigs left, tx for those, yummy:)

Fleur said...

Hi Kay, it's lovely to see you, Your book is a fab idea & is gorgeous, So hope everything turns out ok, will be thinking of you ~ Take care of yourself.
Thank you so much for entering our challenge at ALLSORTS this week, good luck & hope you’ll join us again!
Hugz Fleur xXx

Sally H said...

Hi Kay, Sorry to hear about the ops. Hope they are successful and you are pain free and able to craft soon. Your nestie storage is very cute and gorgeously coloured as always. Maybe a little light colouring might be a possibility as you recuperate? Take care of yourself my friend, and thank you so much for sharing your lovely creation with us at Sir stampalot this month. All the best x

Tracy said...

This is amazing, a fabulous idea. Thanks for joining Sir Stampalot’s challenge with this great entry, good luck.
Happy crafting
Tracy x
p.s. good luck with your back operation.

Merry said...

Kay this is a terrific project and I will just have to use this idea for my own spellbinder dies. I hope all goes well for your operations....and wishing you a speedy recovery.

Sarah K said...

Hi Kay I love your book its a beauty. Hope they can get rid of your pain soon. Love to you and your Mum xx

Littleminx said...

Hi Kim Best of luck with the op x

lainey said...

that is so clever Kay!!! love this idea. lainey x