If you saw my video on etching the glasses you heard me say I would post the card the next day. Well I ran out of time before having to leave to come to South Dakota. So once here I took the pictures so I could share with you. She is having a rustic wedding so I went with plain brown paper and kraft cardstock to match the theme but dressed it up with lace and shabby flowers. I was happy with the result though my daughter Jen doesn't like the lace hanging off the edge of the card. She may be right but it's done so it is what it is. What's your thoughts?
We arrived in South Dakota last night for my niece's wedding. I'd forgotten just how cold it could be here. It was a very chilly 19 degrees F which was up from 6 that morning! Luckily it is supposed to be in the 50's the rest of the week so overall I'd say we got lucky.
Everyone is super busy preparing for the big day. I'm helping of course but I'm also observing to see what could have been done earlier that will make my life easier come April when Jen's wedding is. When I get home I will share pictures of the event with you, so until then, keep us in your prayers!
I just finished a tutorial for monogramming glasses. I made a set of 32 to give to my niece for her wedding next Saturday. They turned out awesome! I can't tell you enough how great Etchall products are. You really must try them. Mention my name if you order and tell them if you liked the video tutorial.
First let me thank you all for hopping with us on this fun AH Design blog hop. Hope you were all inspired by the fabulous G45 and Shabby Chic kits. My DT Sisters did a fabulous job! We had so much fun creating with these products.
I decided to let my son pick a number between 1 and 7 for the winner of the gift card. His number was 4 so congratulations to Darlene Pavlick! Please email me at email@example.com so I can send you your Amazon Gift Card. It will arrive through email so contact me as soon as you can so I can get that set up for you.