Good morning to all of you. It is half past six here and the sun is shining. We are in the middle of a heat wave annd it is scorching! I live across the road from a Government High School and today is the first day of the school year for them, so I am expecting a lot of movement and noise in front of my house today. Thank goodness I teach at a Private school and have another week of holidays.
DH is home on his annual leave and we went for our early morning walk at 6. I am afraid my desk is a little boring this week, for those WOYWWers amongst you. After the wedding, not much has happened in my craftroom. I did manage to make one card, but I decided to stamp all my stamps on plain paper and catalogue them in a flip file. I am about one tenth through and it took me all of yesterday. When and how did I accumulate so many stamps?????
Here is the card that I made. I played with some new embossing folders that I found at a local shop and then I had to make a card, didn't I? The image was coloured with my beloved Copic markers and all the papers are Bazzil. The berries are bling from my stash.
The wedding went off without a hitch. Amazing if you think we had little over a week to organise everything.
It was quite an adventure. I had to drive to Maponya Mall in Soweto to find the Flowergirl dresses.
For my fellow South Africans, its quite safe and an amazingly big and spacious Mall. I am definately going back there soon.
Here is the bride and her two kids.
My kids and grandkids, without youngest daughter, she was still on holiday, and DD2's hubbie, he had to work.
Had to show you the groom and his two best men (one his brother from England and the other his best friend from Egypt.
Have a great week everybody. I hope to visit some more people this week. The wedding took up all my time last week. so please forgive the lack of visits.