I met up with a girl who booked me for a shoot before crimbo - Marie and she most gorgeously brought her little boy, Connor, with her. I brought the curly girl but Elli's eyes were on the prize - the Kreme-inator. My nearest KK is at the Trafford Centre and it's a drive-thru that also has a production line in store for all to see. But the machine was not working at full capacity so sadly my curly girl was not able to see it in full flow. That has been reserved for next Sunday afternoon where we shall have to pay another visit (bummer!). She likes the Krullers, Mark loves the apple and cinnamon (gag, I hate cinnamon) and my favvo is the lemon glaze - hip wideningly amazing.
Marie has kindly made a couple of cards for the show on Saturday and seeing them, live and used, was such a thrill. I'm so happy to be getting the samples for the show that come from all walks of crafters to show off the Cd to its full potential. Of course I had my camera handy to take a few pics of Connor - just look at how much he has grown!
April 2010The light was shocking yesterday as it rained (for a change - seriously... all this sunshine has been weird but wonderful) so I couldn't take many picture that didn't involve a: blur, b: camera shake and c: drool. Connor is the king of drool! He was so cuddley kissy, poor Marie barely knows me and I was swiping him out of her arms for a squidge!
Of course, it would have been rude not to go an traipse around the trafford centre afterwards where Belle spent her pocket money on odds and sods and however she wanted. I have to be honest and say it was just such a treat to get out of the house from being confined to the Mac for the past few piggin days, tying up everything for the show on Saturday.
Thanks Marie and Connor for accompanying us on such a grand Sunday afternoon :)
And here are a few makes just returned from a few commissions with Creative Cardmaking. Id forgotten that I had done these; they were done ages and ages ago.
Toodle oooooo xx