As you may or may not know, this Wednesday is ANZAC Day. (ANZACs - short for Australia and New Zealand Army Corps). It is a day of national remembrance. An opportunity for every Aussie to pause and to commemorate the brave soldiers that died in military operations.
It's also a day for one of Australia's national foods - the ANZAC biscuit. Like a cookie, for any non-Australians out there, they were baked by wives and mothers of the soldiers during World War I, and send to the trenches in food parcels.
To remember our diggers, and to celebrate ANZAC Day, the new challenge at The Squirrel and The Fox is:
That's right, we want to see all your creations that have anything to do with food. Our sponsor is Make It Crafty, and the lovely Zoe is offering a AU$15 voucher to spend online.
I used the Make It Crafty image "Ginger House Wife" for my card.
For the third time in a row, I managed to create a card without buying any new supplies! The paper was the last little bit from a "foodie" card I made last year. It's from Nan's Favourite's Collection by Kaisercraft and if you look closely you can see it's covered with lots of old fashioned cooking images.
I wasn't at all sure about this card when I started but I really like how it came together at the end. I hope you'll pop over to The Squirrel and The Fox and see what the DT have created. They always do such a great job.
Also entered into the following challenges:
Crafty Emma - Button It
Card Crafters Circle- In Stitches
Fussy & Fancy - Dies & Punches
Our Craft Lounge - Buttons
Opus Gluei - Flourishes
Lexi's Creations - Punches & Dies
Thanks for looking! I hope you all have a great week.