We have recently returned from a wonderful holiday on Norfolk Island, where I celebrated a rather special birthday. I wanted to share a couple of photos with you.
This is to show some of the rugged coastline the island offers and of course Norfolk Pine trees.
We visited a winery (of course!) and while enjoying a glass of wine, lunch was served. When it arrived I commented that it looked like a piece of art, which is why I am sharing a photo of it with you. Everything was edible, down to the Lavender and Begonia flowers. It made the end of our holiday very special.
I would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and hope that 2011 will be special for you all.
I recently made this gift box, which I filled with chocolates, for one of my workshop Hostesses. It uses the Stampin'Up! Big Shot Top Note die and of course the gorgeous Stampin'Up! Dasher stamp, which is available for purchase in the 2010-2011 Idea Book and Catalogue.
Made some Christmas cards today using the fabulous Stampin'Up! stamp set 'Holiday Lineup'. Thought it would make a fitting first post for my new blog (thanks heaps Kel for guiding me through - what would I do without you). I find it an oldie but a goody. You can do all sorts of cards with it.
If you would like to purchase this set it's only $38.95, or come and have a play with mine.