While I had my leaf stamps out (see here)I decided to make a tag! I haven't made a tag for a while but some challenges were calling me!!
It began the almost the same way as my calendar pages, except I used Distress Inks to start with before stamping the Lin Brown leaves
I used Brushed Corduroy DI around the edge of the tag, then added some fussy cut leaves. I used some sari ribbon, having 'found' it during a tidy, and added some little Woodware leaves. I stamped the little tag using a Woodware stamp from the leaf set and then spattered everything with bronze paint - I do love spattering (in case you hadn't guessed!
I am entering my tag at :-
Now back to Budapest - I got my days mixed up last week and the Baths trip was on our second full day but never mind - I can go back to that another time!
After we had eaten our mediocre lunch here we set off through the park - not heading anywhere in particular - you know we like parks!
The lake is huge!
We walked past a long row of painted seats - these were two of my favourites
I sat by this rather forboding statue of 'Anonymous'
We continued around the park....
As I am here to join Bluebeard and Elizabeth for T Stands for Tuesday I will take you to Varosliget where we had the best cup of of coffee - at least of the whole trip - if not ever!!
It arrived with a biscuit but we also ordered an ice-cream sundae - it was so hot during our visit and with the walking we were doing, and the water I was drinking too, my blood sugar levels were pretty good - it was great to have a treat!
It was a pleasant place to sit and if ever we go back we will have our lunch here as it wasn't so far from Szechenyi baths or Heroes Square where we went next...
We didn't get a chance to go any further as it was fenced off preparing for an event!
We cut across and walked back to our hotel along Andrassy Utca looking at the grand houses!
We kept resting along the way as there were benches, but our feet still ached!!
I will try to get another post about where we went next in Budapest later this week!
Thanks for looking, Chris