......of these flower shapes (you can download a template of it in a few posts below this one).
Will I ever get sick of flowers?
Will you get sick of flowers?
My pages, my flowers, my girl.
Happy bunny, me.
This was made for a challenge over at Creativity Life (although its not yet appeared there so you can see it here in the mean time). I love BG Sultry rub on's, they fill a little corner for next to no money and of course making the most of core'dinations cardstock for accents makes this a relatively cheapo page to make. And also lots of left overs for many more layouts.
Ive also made a few more layouts on the ideas gallery if you wanna have a peek over here. A case of severe BG overload although I am loving every inch of it :)
And today I had a lovely visitor. Whilst mark spent 5 hours trying to install a new router (don't ask, cos he is in one hell of a crap mood right now!), I entertained my old sergeant from my RAF days. Lee is one of my treasured colleagues from, dare I say, it 16 years ago.
Holy crap, that sounds ridiculous.
Im too young to be able to have freinds from that long ago.
Say its not true.
I just love her even though she made my life hell at times (she knows this and we do laugh about it, erm - NOW!). That's the thing about forces life; the respect you show for your superiors really does have an effect on friendship in later life. I completely respect and admire her as much now as I did then. She came armed with the BEST Indian food which she makes from scratch including her special tandoori paste for our tea tonight. She also brought Belle her favourite potato Far Far's of which was immediately cooked upon their departure. In return for our tea I made her a few cards to take back and we all played in my room and got crafty.
I wanted so badly to take a photo of her because the last one I got was at my wedding 13 years ago and of course she could have a copy too out of the bargain. And there is no pretence in the integrity of that hug. Lee ADORES her daughter Victoria who she has brought up with impeccable manners.My old sergeant is still the old Lee who I loved/cursed on a daily basis and with that great lady what you see is what you get... and I love there is no messing with her! She tells it like it is and more! It makes me laugh to think she is so feisty and yet so lovely. I love to hear about her lovely family of whom she is close to all her sisters and their religion which totally inspires me. I think Hinduism is the most happiest religion on this planet but then that is down to a matter of choice and belief.
It broke my heart when she left but I'm certain we are going to catch up again in August.