Friday, September 19, 2014

Share an oldie this Friday.

Go on you know you want to join me in sharing an oldie today.

Now you must excuse me but as I am at work today, I have written this Thursday evening in preparation for Friday.

If you have been living on another planet the last couple of weeks you may be excused for not knowing of the momentous occurrence yesterday in Scotland.
We voted as to whether we wanted to go independent from the United Kingdom......quite a big decision with many, many questions unanswered by the politicians.
By now whilst you are reading this we will know what is happening as all the votes should have been counted, yes or no, no matter which way you vote there is one guarantee, at least half of the country won't be happy!
I've heard all too much over the last few weeks, "it's too close to call!"
Whichever way it goes we shall now just have to wait and see what happens and how things change.

Back to my oldie and in honour of Scotland today I thought a wee bit of tartan would be appropriate.

This is a real old post for me and was a Doodlebug house challenge at a crop I used to go to in Elgin.  I wanted my "wee hoose" to have a Scottish feel.
Mind you looking at it now there are lots I would do differently, but that is the fun of looking back at your earlier work.

Do feel free to join me in sharing an oldie today and don't forget leave me a message below so I can visit your crafty spot, sharing the love of all things creative.
I shall be making a cup of tea and parking myself down after work for a cyber wander!

It only remains for me to wish you all the very best over the weekend, I hope you have some crafting fun.  Catch you soon.  x


Patricia said...

Brilliant, I love that wee house, the Tartan makes even more special.
Have a good day

Patricia xxx

Jenny L said...

Hi Erika,
well you will no the outcome by now.
Not sure whether you think it's a good result or bad.
All I know is that the people that live in Scotland are the most friendly I have ever encountered.

I am from Scottish decent as my greatgrandfather was born there, and my grandfather was called Peter Muir Melrose Scott.

Love you super tartan house.
A fabulous creation.
I do love joining in this Oldie for Friday , it reminds you of all the past creations we have made.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

Hazel said...

Erika what a great "wee house". Just love it. Yes the people have voted and I am proud that so many voted, We will now go forward and hopefully get back to normality.

I have put up and " oldie". Nothing exciting but just wanted to get back to joining in. Don't work to hard.

Hazel xx

cuilliesocks said...

Hello Erika, I love your wee tartan hoose,the smoke effect with curly wire is fab. I've joined in the fun, have a great weekend, hugs Kate x

Cass said...

Love it Erika.I made a Doodlebug House years ago too.I don't know what happened to it.Think it got lost when we moved house. xx