Thursday 27 December 2012

Our last challenge for the year at MDUC (sorry its late)


eeek silly logger, I thought my post was scheduled but just realised it had not gone live. I guess now I have realised it is 4 days late I will update what I had written :-)

Well by now we should have all had Christmas and recovering. I hope your Christmas celebrations where wonderful and that you were all spoilt rotten....I know I was! My husband worked Christmas morning so it was very weird for the kids and I to wake up without him here. The kids were so good and had actually decided that they wanted to wait for Michael  to get home from work before they opened their presents which truly melted my heart as they did not want him to miss out on the fun. They have become very good with this and also choose on their birthdays to wait to after school when he is home to open birthday presents. Of course we always give them something small to open in the morning. So I can say that I was very proud of my children. 

Now it's time to relax for a few weeks as I am on holidays and the kids are on holidays so lots of relaxing mornings coming our way!

This week it is our last challenge at MDUC for the year and it will be remaining open until the 12th January as we are all taking a break. To make it nice and easy for you we have gone with the anything goes theme..I have seen already this has attracted a lot of entries! Our gorgeous teamie Janiel has donated so rubber as a prize so be sure to stop by the MDUC blog and check it out and the beautiful work o display.

My card is very simple as I just find crafting at this time of the year to be a challenge as I want to be outside enjoying the elements and then by the time I come inside I am just too tiered to craft. Having said that this morning I am going to finish a card I started a few days ago. Anyhow enough waffling here is my card:

So I look forward to seeing all your work and  catching you all in blogland next year. 

Until next time xoxo


  1. Despite all odd and challenges, it is really good to see you making such a wonderful card. I hope we too could craft such cards for our children; hopefully your story would inspire us to make a couple for our kids the coming year for sure. Thanks once again.

    broderie anglaise

  2. she is SO CUTE bron!!! love the reds on her and those papers look so pretty. fabulous work :D


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