Happy belated Sunday to you all!! And I'm back to report on last week. It's hectic at Hamman HQ. My parents came to visit. Mum hates cooking so I had to do my bit. I think I unloaded my dishwasher X3 a day!!
AND Wernich came home for the weekend as a friend got married. And the couple and the bride's beautiful dress:
And my wonderful son and his beautiful "date":
Pieter's Princess asked me to make her a dress exactly like her bridesmaid dresses. Remember, I've done them X8 for THE WEDDING??? Well, now I've done them X9!! And as she is allergic to wheat, I made and packed food for the weekend - all wheat free. Mini quiches, pies, meatballs, sticky chicken wings, muffins and some cookies. It actually turned out very well. I'll do the quiches again and post the recipe here.
And then Pieter and his Princess surprised me with this:
A HUGE bunch of all my fave flowers and colours.
And as a wedding pressie, we gave money. I did make a tag to personalize the gift:
I used shop bought tags, painted it with chalkboard paint and embellished it. To the back I added a glassine envelope for the money. Love it!! And my crafting companion - my neighbor's cat:
To free up space for my parents, Wynand and I finally moved to our new bedroom. We've been renovating for the past few months and everything is not finished BUT the room is beautiful. I had to rush to get blinds made and up. HUGE job but it's done. These are the colours and fabric I chose:
I will do a separate post on my new blinds once everything is finished. In the end IMPERFECT ME will probably add a bit of mauve or purple to the grey. But for now, I love the minimalistic look of my new grey and white bedroom.
In front of the new "suite" we have a beautiful courtyard and this is what I wake up to now:
Our previous room didn't have much of a view - now we can even see the beautiful Stellenbosch mountains when we wake up. Once the interior is sorted, I'm going to tackle the courtyard.
Did you see my "pegboard love" over at Craft Storage Ideas?? If you missed out, here is the link. And a sneak peek:
There you have it. Another busy week at Hamman HQ. I'm not sure that I'll get a lot of crafting done in the next week as I still have to do a lot of sewing for the new bedroom, the office is busy, busy, busy and we have a public holiday on the 24th. It's Heritage Day but unofficially we call it "braai day". So, we will be outside enjoying the sun, good wine and a barbecue. I'll be back to tell you all about it - just check back.
Thanks for looking at my blog today - have a Wonderful Week and remember to try somethin new.