Saturday 25 January 2020

Oor Bards Birthday...

 Morning Everyone,

Big Hello to my newest follower GerJanne.

Happy Weekend to you all and Happy Burns Day for those who celebrate the Birthday of Scotland National Bard Robert Burns. 
Last night Dad his Friend Dave and Jake went to the Local Burns Club Burns Supper to clebrate his birthday. Its a night of Haggis Neeps and Tatties with a Celebration of Poetry, songs and a wee dram or few of Whiskey!!! So no doubt there are a few "Sair Heids" today. ( Sore Heads in Queens English) 

Daves Wife drops them off at the Supper and then goes to my folks house for a natter with my Mum then picks them back up later.  So after getting a bottle of fizz with a bugaboo tag at christmas Dad wanted me to make a Bottle tag for a Bottle of Wine to say thank to Anne for the taxi!! They have all been friends for years. Annes Mum and my Granny were best friends at school. 

To show it off I have used a wee bottle of our national drink Irn Bru as its all I have in. 

Burns Image from a Painting by Alexander Naysmith 
Sentiment - Font Quentin
Wording Embossing Folder.

Thanks for dropping by today.  Remember if you have time pop over to my wee challenge blog Fezziwigs Festive Frolics to join the fun,

Love and Sparkles,

Hazel xx

Challenges I would like to enter are...
Lil Red Wagon - Books or Words.
Artsy Stampers - Thanks.
Use Your Stuff - Friendship.


Marianne's Craftroom said...

This is a great idea

Sandra H said...

I so adore handmade bottle labels this is beautiful x

Shell Shearer Swinscoe said...

This is just perfect hun
Hugs Shell xx

meg said...

fabulous tag Hazel, hope they enjoyed their Burns Supper

Jane Willis said...

Happy Burns night - that tag is perfect for it.

Margreet said...

So sweet of your dad to make him a thank you label. Love the wording embossing folder and that font on your sentiment is lovely.
xxx Margreet

cuilliesocks said...

Absolutely fabulous Meg, love it and perfect for our other national drink. I'm sure it will be so well received. Kate x

Jackie T said...

Hi Hazel this is a gorgeous bottle tag. Enjoy your evening out. Take care. Hugs Jackie

Darlene said...

WOW! This is awesome Hazel! Thanks so much for playing in our challenge at the Artsystamper Challenge Blog!
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Crafting Queen said...

Love your tag it's brilliant.

cotnob said...

A super bottle tag Hazel, very traditional.
Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob

Bunny said...

Hazel, this is great. I actually read it yesterday but didn't have time to comment. Living here in the US and being a southerner people that aren't from here always say we talk funny or cute of slow. Or they try to imitate and it makes me laugh. All of the comments do. So, in saying this I had to tell my son about reading your post and how I got a kick out of the language and had to look up some of the meanings. Like tatties and neeps. I was familiar with Haggis as they have a Scotish Festival here every year. Anyway, it was fun reading it. [Bunny]

Doni High said...

I really like the bottle tag. Especially with the portrait of Robert Burns. Thank you for joining us at Little Red Wagon this week.

missgailly said...

Cool bottle tag! What a great idea to use the photo of Robbie Burns. Thanks for playing along at USE YOUR STUFF - Gail