My Church is trying to break away from the old style Church Fete, so decided to try a Craft Fair. Here are some of the things I made to donate to it, I am pleased to say everything I made sold and helped them raise an amazing £1300.....Fabulous
My first attempt at decorating candles and I had a ball with them, they were so easy to do.
I always knew that I had the best friends anyone could ever want, however after being diagnosed with Breast Cancer, they suddenly became not just good friends, but, marvelous, super, supportive friends. No matter where I am, what tests I am going through or even when I am relaxing at home...I am so aware of the prayers, support and the tremendous wave of love I feel from these amazing women that I am so proud to call my friends.
I just wanted to post a pic of some of the cards and gifts that I have received not just from friends, but from people I know on a professional level through work or Girls Brigade. It is so encouraging to know that so many people wish only the best for you.
An Angel of HOPE
Friends are like Angels
Flowers and Cards
What can I say, she knows me so well, I dont drink often, but when I do, I love a sparkling wine with cranberry juice.
Hi my name is Anne I am 50 years old. After beating Breast Cancer in 2008, I was diagnosed with Secondary Breast Cancer in April of this year. I am currently undergoing weekly chemo and the things you see on this blog are my way of switching off and staying sane. I am a wife, mother, sister, aunt, friend and many things to many people. I love to craft and have recently taken up quilting. I also love scrapbooking, cardmaking, knitting, cross stitch and .....the list goes on and on hehehe
This blog has been created to allow me to show the handmade cards I make and also to show my scrapbook pages. Most of my handmade cards are decoupage, which I love. My layouts are purely personal, they feature my friends and family, they are produced for my childrens albums and that is where they will ultimately end up.