Thanks for stopping by.
Friday’s blog a private peek.
But not into my world.
No, this time we are going to peep into the life of Sue Plampton
whom I had the pleasure of meeting at Ally Pally back in April.
Sue came to me at the Clarity stand and showed me something that she was making.
Something, which she agreed to let me share with you.
It all came packaged in a very classy, dark brown envelope, with a dark brown ribbon wrap and one of our tree stamps.
Let’s take a closer look...
Beautiful small Walnut tree
If I put my Sherlock Holmes Deerstalker hat on
and get out the magnifying glass,
I would say Sue used Espresso Adirondack for the base tree, then went back over with a Versamagic Aloe Vera Chalk pad.
But I could be wrong...it could be paint..
So let’s open the envelope and see what it’s all about, shall we?
Magnificent, or what?
It’s a handmade wedding invitation.
Going in further....
Check this out! How fantastic is this?!
She has used the largest of the three Walnut trees here
And now look at the date.
Yes, it’s tomorrow!
So Sue and her family will be gathering for this Big Day already.
I bet she doesn’t read this blog; she will be way too busy getting ready for the guests!
What else can we find in this wonderful invitation pack?
A poem. A really lovely poem from the bride and groom.
Let’s look at the RSVP. It is so classy!
This is the front, using the middle-size Walnut tree.
How to get there also included.
and here is the RSVP on the back.
Does it get any more beautiful than this?
I have been holding on to this superb little package
which Sue so kindly gave me, in order that I could inspire you on this here blog. I have been counting the days to show you. And how fortuitous that the wedding should land on the morrow!
So sincere congratulations to Sue for creating the most thoughtful, beautiful wedding packages I have ever seen.
150 of them as I recall! Wow.
If the invitations are anything to go by, I would say that the flowers and dresses will be pretty spectacular, too.
I am sure that everybody reading this will join me in wishing the happy couple, Bev and Mark, a wonderful day tomorrow,
and a happy, healthy, prosperous future together
as husband and wife.