Thursday, 24 June 2010

Don't want to jinx it....

So I'm not going to mention the weather ;)

My life seems to be passing in a blur, all the kids activities at school and playgroup are keeping me busy - Scott and Willow both had their sports days, Willow's had her end of year trip, Faith's had her end of playgroup trip, apparently Scott's class isn't having a trip this year - which I'm not terribly impressed with seeing as his class has had crappy trips the last 2 years and none this year. Then Willow and Scott found out who their teachers will be next year - I haven't met Scott's new teachers before, unfortunately I have come across Willow's new teachers for next year and let's just say I'm not over enamoured with them.
Here's a few pics of Scott and Willow at their sports days...

Scott, decided it was too cold to wear gym kit!
Here's weary Willow...
Must be something about my kids, Willow also decided it was too cold and kept on her tights and jacket!
Faith managed to get some kind of bug over the weekend, so was sick on Sunday morning all over her bed and bedroom floor, and she had the runs up until yesterday so in line with policy I've had to keep her off playgroup even though she's been well in herself.
So she and I decided to have a wee jaunt out to Alford to Simply Create and had a wee splurge - just a wee one lol Picked up one of the new Hero Arts stamp sets, some MME and Making Memories papers, some Craftwork Cards stuff, some paint and crackle paint for a wee project I have planned. And of course there is always a sneaky wee EK Success punch that manages to jump into my basket. Unfortunately I didn't see Jacqui, she was too busy preparing for the marathon crop next week - you'll find all the info on the SC blog.

I was asked to make a wedding acceptance card by a regular customer of mine (Hi Angela if you're reading this) and she wanted it to be simple and elegant, so this is what I did...
The "acceptance" stamp was bought at the wee crafty shop in Stonehaven, I used Brushed Corduroy Distress Ink to stamp it. The white and caramel cardstock is core'dinations, I embossed some of the white card with the cuttlebug "birds and swirls" folder and added some latte kaisercraft adhesive pearls to the pattern. I used the garden lattice MS punch on another piece of white card and attached both panels to some caramel card, covering the join with plain white grosgrain ribbon.


7 comments:

Mar G said...

Great pics Deb...Scott & Willow are fair into their sports activities :-)
Can't blame them both for staying wrapped up...I would've done exactly the same!
Gorgeous Acceptance card...Very classy! x

Ageeth Holster said...

What a beautiful card you made, I wish I had seen it yesterdag, then I had no problems to make such a card my own. You gave me new inspiration with this card thanks.
Greetings Ageeth

Sarah A said...

Wow Debbi this card is truly elegant! Love it!

Sports day looks like fun, my kids have theirs next week.

By the way, you did jinx the weather it has been glorious all wekk until this morning.... grey skies and wet stuff on the ground boohoo!

Sarah x

shellshearer said...

Can't blame them for leaving their clothes on, I would too lol
Gorgeous card its so elegent love it!!
hugs shell xx

thread-bare said...

What a shame about the school trips but the kids look like they had a fab time at their sports days. Love the acceptance card, fabulously elegant. Have left you a little treat on my blog xx Clare x

Meahni said...

Elegant is definitely what you achieved with this card, it is simply stunning Debbi, well done!

The Crafty Den said...

Hi Debs, wow what a stunning card. Love the colour scheme and the embossing looks amazing. Hope you and the kids (and Pepsi) are all starting to feel a bit better. Hugs, Denise x

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