Another Wednesday, time to peek at each others desks and projects! If you want to know what WOYWW is, just go to http://www.stamping-ground.blogspot.ca/p/what-is-woyww.html and all will be revealed!
I hear that the UK is having covid-19 surges again, I hope everyone can stay safe, wear your masks, and carry on! I think a second wave is due for everyone, so we all need to stay vigilant.
I did not post last week because I was in Toronto getting ready for my daughter's wedding! The wedding was on Friday, a beautiful day (but got very cold as the day went into night, the wedding and reception were outside!)
But first things first, here was my desk yesterday afternoon, as I left it last week:
Working on my scroll, and making the sculpy tags for the macrames. There were several trials, until we finally hit on the perfect tag! The tag is edged in gold, and on the back is their initials and the date. All the men got leaves pointing to the right, the ladies got leaves pointing to the left, and on the back, the leaves are crossed!
I can also now show you the big project I was making for the wedding. I was going to keep it a secret until the day, but we ended up talking about it as becoming part of the ceremony, and she loved it! The large tag at the top has their names and date of the wedding. It fit perfectly for their Boho wedding!!
Here they are getting married. The efficient was at the side which is why they were looking sideways.
Then the "altar" was brought into the reception area, an open but enclosed area. You can see the one of the buntings I made from the extra small hangings (there were supposed to be 120 people at the wedding, but we only needed 20 small hangings)
Here is the place setting with the small hangings, everyone had one at their spot.
It got very cold as the night went on, and as we were outside, they set up heaters in the space, but there was also this! We all ended up in this area at the end!
The food was incredible, the people, all close friends and family, were wonderful. They zoomed the wedding so others could watch as well. All in all it was a terrific, wonderful, exciting, and memorable wedding!
So that's it for me. Inky and Mittsy spent 5 days at the "Whisker's Inn", Mittsy did well, and bounced back right away when we got home, but I think Inky was traumatized. She's still recovering. Hopefully will be completely back to her old self in a day or so.
Have a great week! Stay safe!