Sunday, July 5, 2009

Busy Wet Weekend - And a Give Away!

What is one to do when you have a wet weekend? Well no problem for me - I scrapped! YAY on a roll now! It is nice to find the time to get to scrap for myself, I just finished off the layouts that I started in Christchurch a couple of weeks ago here is a couple of them:









Two of these three are double page layouts and are finished so that is great. These are Nic Howards kits from Tarisota so it was an easy scrap with instructions but it was nice still to get them done.
I did have plans to get more done but that's always the way, we did have a really nice evening out with Jayne and CJ (who secretly reads this blog - HEY CJ!!) and an hour and a half game of squash with Jo and Angela today so scrappin, socialising and exercise not bad and in between that we had lots of customers calling in for supplies.

Saturday brought sport for the kids, Jamie's rugby game was more like a mud match - I was so annoyed that I did not take my camera this was taken after he got home - it was so funny most people were trying to figure out how to get the kids home - here is the reason:



Bronwyn and I are starting the ordering for Raincliff as it is not that far away now - I will admit to being a little nervous about the share numbers but I am sure it will be fine - the chef's are all sorted and have started buying the food - so at least we won't starve!



What a great weekend we had 21 ladies scrappin last Saturday with some from Balclutha joining us - it was a great day with the sun helping us make sure the hall was nice and warm.
It was so nice to catch up with you ladies again and it was a fun, friendly day - so thanks!
Here are a couple of photos:





Now for a give away - all you have to do is leave a comment to be in to win - and if you have a blog link it to this one and I will put you in for two chances! this will be open for two weeks so you have heaps of opportunity to pass the word around!

What is the prize I hear you say? Well it is a Kaiser kit valued at $39.95 there is about $80 worth of product in this pack, see:




We have a couple of these in stock but the majority of the ones we had in have sold - there was a couple (well actually 11) missed off our order but we have them and more hopefully on the way so if you like what you see let me know and i can hold some for you or let you know when they arrive so you don't miss out!

Here is what the kit contains:

P132 Commander Paper 3
P133 Admiral Paper 3
P134 Sergeant Paper 3
P135 Major Paper 3
SB195 Long Arrow Album 1
KC017 Kaisercolour - Navy Blue 1
RB801 Rubons - Experience 1
SB516 Rubons - Adventure 1
SB789 Pearls - Chino 1
SB792 Pearls - Chocolate 1
SB776 Rhinestones Originals - Bronze 1
SB1144 Brads - Epoxy - Old World 1
SB916 Fozz Felt - Stars - Brown 1
M019 Metal Rings Colored - Dk Brown 1
G011 Glue 40ml - Glue 1
B030 Foam Brush - 1” Brush 1
B031 Foam Brush - 2” Brush

Here is the link to the kits

There are 4 kits now unavailable but let me know if you would like any as we have most of them (apart from the 4 unavailable) coming in and I can put your name on one.

Well that's about it from me for now - good luck on the give away!

Have a happy week

:-)
Rachel

15 comments:

Jayne said...

I know you had a busy weekend Rachel - but I didn't realize it was quite that busy! I do like the 'cherish'layout!

Joanne said...

Hi Rachel

You lead such a busy life style, I don't think I can keep up.

Your layouts look awsum, Sean said he looked just like Jamie after his game of rugby on Sat too.

Good job on the squash court.
Cheers

cameracrazychick said...

Hey you - great layouts, and a lovely big blog post! Bring on Raincliff, I CAN'T WAIT!!!

Jenn from Ashburton said...

Don't seem to be able to catch up in person, but I do enjoy reading your Blog regularly, & catching up with what's happening in Timaru. The Kaiser kits look really great - have used a few of their products.

ltnan said...

Sorry I missed the Oamaru Day have a 2yr old that is going through the stage where he wont let me out of his sight . Hopefully he has out growen this before the next Oamaru day Cheers

jan said...

hi wonderful layouts loved the one over looking the lake Wanaka I think you will have to let me know. I have had a wee play with the kizer kit and think the papers are easy to mix and match with. Jan

mwall said...

Hey Rachel, your layouts look great, love them. The new kaiser craft releases look kool too. Sorry i missed the oamaru crop will have to keep an eye out for the next. Cheers Michel

Steph said...

Great photo of Jamie! Looking forward to Raincliff but desparately need some inspiration!

mandyb said...

love that rugby/muddy shot.... winter sports ah!!!!

jsut blogging about your competition now... wahoo 2 entries...

http://captureandcreate.wordpress.com

Sandra aka Mummy said...

WOW what a lot of mud, can't wait until one of our boys decides to play some kind of muddy team spot LOL
Love the kit, and sometime I would love to head down south to scrap with you ladies

janpetror said...

I was glad I called in when passing at your Oamaru Day. Love the doodle part spellbinder die I purchased. Hopefully will get to your next Oamaru Day. Janice

Bronwyn said...

Yipee roll on Raincliff
You have been busy scrapping good to see
Yay a giveaway

deidre said...

enjoy your blogs looking forward to raincliff

Isobell F said...

Yay thanks for the chance

Dianne H said...

Good to see you getting some scrapping done. Really looking forward to Raincliff. The new Kaisercraft product looks good.