Monday, March 22, 2010

A wedding and some scrapping

What a great weekend. We headed over to Griffith to attend a wedding of our friend's Mark and Tegan. Mark, otherwise known as Horse almost married Rex at our wedding (see the wedding posts for more details) so it was only fitting that Rex was one of the groomsmen.

This was the bridal car! Absolutely stunning in real life.
Our very talented friend Cathy Wall provided the music for both the ceremony and reception. If you need a singer in Wagga or surrounds, she's your gal!!!
The bridesmaidd looked stunning in their dresses.
And not to mention the handsome groomsmen.
Mark and Tegan, they looked amazing.
Cathy again.
Rex, with his best mate Jon, who is also Cathy's husband and the reason Rex and I met.
Rex and I.
The boys, Rex, Jon and Mark.
This was in the morning at the Yenda pub, while the groomsmen were getting photos taken.


Finally this was for the Scrap Therapy cybercrop which finishes midnight tonight. This was for the sketch challnge, and also to create a green monochromatic layout. Even though the cybercrop has finished, there is still plenty of time to enter the monthly challenges!!

Saturday, March 13, 2010

Don't die of shock

But this will be the second update in two days! I realised I missed some very important photos of my scrap room. First we have my ribbon storage. I got the idea from Mandy, an incrediably talented lady I met through Scrap Therapy. I have no where near as many ribbons as she does, but maybe with them all on show, I'll be able to add to it a bit better.
This is my favourite bit of my room, the wardrobe. I discovered a way to hang all my thickers, and eventually rubbons and transperencies from the clothes rail. To think, Rex wanted to put coats in here!!

Finally, I finished this challenge for Scrap Therapy's March journalling challenge. The challenge was to journal around the outside edges of your page, which I love to do. Seriously, if you haven't already, you should check out the challenges there, the DT is amazing!!

Friday, March 12, 2010

Been a very bad blogger

Yeah yeah yeah, I know I promised to blog more, but hey it will happen when it happens. Just a word of warning there are going to be stacks of photos today, so it may take awhile to load. This first LO is the first in the new house, and the first since December. So long with no scrapping. It was for the Februrary colour challenge over at Scrap Therapy. I was so happy with it, it came 3rd in the challenge.
THis was for this months Scrap Therapy sketch challenge, using the leftovers from the last LO.
This is of Monica, one of my new found Wagga friends, helping me design my very own scrap room.

Here are the shelves all finished just waiting to be filled with yummy goodness.

Just some random piccies of the new house, with the furniture we got with our wedding money.

THis is my reading room!!
Monica and Cath took me up the hill to check out one of Waggas stunning sunsets. Not that I've really done them justice, but I like them.
Finally, we had a massive rainstorm last weekend, and this is the carpark of the hockey ovals a couple of hours after we were meant to have training. Needless to say, I didn't go.

Finally I recieved some awesome scrappy news tonight! When Lee-Anne over at Scrap Therapy had advertised for a new DT, I had really wanted to try, but knew this year I would be too crazy busy teaching and possibly pregnant, so didn't try. Anyway, the next best thing has come up. She's asked myself and three other lovely ladies if we would be the big sisters on the site. Basically, we get to chat, welcome newbies and do the occassional guest DT job!! To say I was thrilled was a slight understatement. Now if you'll excuse me, I have some serious chatting and scrapping to do.......