Tuesday, October 27, 2015

You Did It @ TTCRD {Challenge Oct 27 - Nov 2}

{My DT work for TTCRD}

Hi my friends! It's pouring heavily this minute and I love the sound of raindrops! We want rain so badly after breathing dirty air ever since haze wraps my country the past couple of months and it will continue until January through March next year if the fire in Kalimantan, Indonesia is not put off at all. Bad air, bad pollution, it stinks! Staying indoor is not fun, the schools were forced to close twice so far and life without sun and breeze feels so boring.

On a cheerful note, now that the weather condition is pretty normal {at least yesterday was extremely hot, windy and made me sweat...I like!}, I'm in jolly good mood to craft much  better. 

Let me show you my new easel card I made as part of my dt work for Through The Craft Room Door current challenge. Also I made it for my eldest daughter who finished lower form {Form 3} at the boarding school last Thursday. A graduation ceremony which has been the tradition of the school was held to celebrate the upper form students {Form 5} respectively since they will leave the school for good and go to higher institutions next. The Form 3 students were also celebrated as some will stay and some will move on to other branch and some might transfer to ordinary school. Where they will head on depends on their PT3 exam result to come out in December. Please wish my daughter all the luck she needs...thanks {smile}
 I tried my best to color the rob to match my daughter's graduation rob. I would like to thank Paola Jofre for sponsoring TTCRD this week. The image used is You Did It. My wonderful teammates have created amazing cards and projects with hope to inspire you too. Click here.
TTCRD magazine will be released early next month with exciting articles and lots more fun read. You will also get to know the supplies I used to create this  mixed media card. Click here to subscribe if you wish.

Here's my 'Alyaa and me on her special moment:

No mortar board as for now {chuckle}. She still has a long winding road and unknown hurdles to go through to reach success. That's two more years of schooling before tertiary education welcome her. Nevertheless she made me proud on this day and very rewarding too.

I look forward to see your creations at TTCRD blog from today onward. Until then, thank you for dropping by and leave me a comment. See you soon in November with Celebration Blog Hop!
Hugs and smiles,

1 comment:

  1. That inky, quirky background is DIVINE!!! I'm sure your daughter will just love this!

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