Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Family Fun

It was a long weekend here in Tassie to celebrate the Queen's Birthday (belatedly I might add) and it usually falls within our Winter holiday break.

Yesterday most of my side of the family came to visit for the day.

After stuffing ourselves with lots of casseroles and sweets, playing the Wii, talking cars etc. it was time to let my brother's girls have a play with Auntie Bronwyn's crafty goodies.

I got out 5 punches - 2 scallop circle ones, the bird and owl punches as well as the Build a Cup Cake punch and lots of retired sheets of DSP and let them have the time of their lives.

Needless to say they will have fun putting all the pieces together and making some cards at home over the remainder of the holiday break.


All the punched pieces got popped inside separate envelopes for a 'rainy day'.


No.1 with the XL Scallop Circle Punch


No. 2 - a possible SU Demonstrator in about 6 years time!!


No. 3 - taking a break in between the stamping and the punching.


No. 4 - Who liked to use my two way glue to write with!



It's been an early start to the Winter season with snow on the nearby mountains. I am so thankful for the awesome view from our back yard!

Mount Barrow


Ben Lomond in the distance beyond the beautiful Tamar Valley in the foreground.


Hopefully, I'll be back with some crafty bits and pieces to show very soon as I have two more workshops coming up and lots of Big Shot ideas to share.

Happy crafting,

6 comments:

Sandra Azzopardi said...

Oh my!! That view is breath taking! How lucky you are to look out at that everyday. Sounds like you (and the girls) had a fantastic long weekend.

Christine Blain said...

Your nieces are gorgeous, Bron (and they looked so busy!). LOVE your view; very serene.

Tania Gould said...

Stunning view hey! Looks like the girls had a great time & I'm sure they'll remember it for a long long time!

Patrice said...

Looks like lots of fun was had at Aunty Bron's house! How lovely that you have four beautiful nieces.

Your view is rather decent too. Thanks for sharing.

Rachel Moore said...

wow love the view, you certainly live in a beautiful part of tassie

Nikki Spencer said...

Now thats what l call a view! So peaceful and relaxing. Lucky you having 4 papercraft pals...:0) They look like they are so engrossed, l bet your favourite Aunty Bron!!!

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