A Sunny September Sunday

Well here we are, Sunday afternoon again, thats another weekend over with.

Not much has been happening here, last Saturday as Tom was at work I took a trip to Crafts U Love with Cath where I treated myself to some new papers and a cricut cartridge. It was so nice to get out for the day and look at lots of lovely stash, made even better by finishing the trip with a cuppa and a cream cake!! This weekend I have spent some time pottering about doing some housework and general tidying up as well as a bit of scrapping. Its been nice to have a couple of fairly relaxed weekend, especially as we now have a busy schedule ahead of us.

Anyway here are 3 of the layouts I managed yesterday, all are pictures from our wedding vow renewal in Vegas earlier this year.

For the first layout I used Core'dinations cardstock, Magnolia papers (a recent discover that I just love!!), Prima felt flowers, the journalling card is Bo Bunny and the pearl hearts were bought in Vegas with the wedding pics in mind.

The next is a double layout that has been done from another kit I got from Jackie Dasilva and is all Kaiser Craft Loire Valley papers and embellishments. I wasnt sure if the pictures would work with the colours of the kit but I am really pleased with the way it has turned out.

Think thats all from me for now, am off to check on Delia's meatballs with goulash sauce that I currently have in the slow cooker. Hope they taste as nice as they smell.

TFL x x

A Couple of Cards to Share

Later this month we will be celebrating a couple of special family birthdays. The first one is for for my god-daughter Natalie who will be 21. It hardly seems possible that she is now all grown up, I can still remember going to see her in hospital the day she was born! Anyway below is the card I made for her, its and 8x8 card and I have used papers from a kit I got from Costco, the little key was left over from a Total Papercrafts kit and the stamped image inside the card is a Miss Anya. The 21 was cut on my cricut using the Storybook cartridge.

The next birthday we have to look foward to is my Dad's who will be 70 years old! I cant say too much more about it just in case he takes a peek at my blog (highly unlikely which is why I am risking posting pics of his card). Again I used Costco papers for the cards and a wild rose image on the inside of the card. The greeting and number were cut on the cricut using the George cartridge.

Thanks for looking, more posts to come later this week as I have a few more layouts to share. x