Sunday, May 1, 2011

Royal Wedding!

So here I was all geared up to really hammer down some posts this week. I looked up challenges, made a few cards and then got swept away doing other things. Sorry about that. Our current PTO has very few active volunteers, and as president I feel I have to be at our events. That's just part of my duties! So, needless to say, I wasn't able to post my cards on time and on and on...

So, lets start with Friday and then I'll post what I did earlier in week. We all know what Friday, April 29th was..... Will and Kate's Royal wedding!!  Living here in England, we had to partake! (no, not going to the wedding, although I know loads who went) Kathy's card swap was a Royal wedding party as well!! Its a whole different vibe here in the UK about the wedding. I think it was a nice break from all the terrible things going on in the news. It also sorta unified the country for just a few hours and it was real happiness.  See below for the pics. (I realize I didn't get good pics of what we made, but were real simple picture frames...Kathy knew we really wanted to watch the TV instead of craft this time!)

Competition Cards (mine is the brown one in the center)

Craftiness at work
Swap card table

Me with a was yummy!
My craftiness spot under my Dew :)

Lisa's last club, so Kathy made got her a Keep Calm and Carry On cake
The procession

Union Jacks hanging proudly

The Sun from the wedding day
And balcony shots!

Pure happiness!

 I didn't realize until I got home and the wedding highlights were on, that I missed them driving away in the Aston martin! How awesome is that. They are truely their own couple and had to have a few things their way!

Hope you enjoyed today, the next post will be projects, I promise!! Have a scrap-tastic day!!


  1. Wow! That looks like such fun! Wish I could have come.

    I'm your newest follower from SC...
    Hope you can follow me too.

    Angel Hawks

  2. Thanks, Angel!! We had a blast!


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