Well, have I had a month! And I see it's been that long since I've been here!
Not to write a novel or anything,,,,,,,,,,,but my youngest daughter has been engaged to marry her fiance now for over a year. They suddenly decided they wanted to get married BEFORE he goes into the service,,,,,,,,
I had literally 3 months to get this thing off the ground, and I was NOTHING but busy in April. Between finding and booking a venue, dress fittings, shopping for dresses for the girls, outfits for the men, shoe shopping, making invitations (yes, I made them,,,,,,,the base was a kit, but I remade the kit), place cards, programs, and a million other things,,,,,,,,,,,,,,whew!!!!
It will be lovely, however :) She's getting married at a lovely outdoor venue amidst gorgeous, huge oak trees, in an "Evening in Paris" theme. By the time it's done, I'll be ready for a vacation LOL.
And, of course, I had major computer problems that didn't help. Sigh. JUST got those fixed,,,,,
I'm still going crazy, but I wanted to stop by and drop off a project I've made recently,,,,,,,
I have fallen in love with svgcuts.com. Their projects are just adorable,,,,,,,and so easy. Mary and Leo always provide a video that walks you through the complicated projects and makes them OH so easy!!
so without further ado,,,,,,,here's my project.
Papers: GA Pacific white card stock, Lost and Found Two, Blush, Sweet Bouquet
Dies and Cutting Files: SVGcuts.com Tea for You and Me kit, Teapot and Tea cup, and 3D flowers kit, Spellbinders spiral blossoms 1,
Inks: dollar spot pink ink for inking flower
Ribbon: Really Reasonable Ribbon
Glue: Martha Stewart Craft Glue, hot glue gun
embellishments: Jolee's 3D stickers, and my stash.
I hope you enjoyed my project, and thanks for looking!
Later this week, I have a free Silhouette file to hand out that will be WONDERFUL for the winter holidays that will be upon us before we know it, so keep tuned!