Friday, 24 July 2015

A Little Thanks with Sprinkles of Life

It’s been an extremely hectic week and I’m exhausted. I won’t bore you with details but part of the dashing around has been in preparation for Peak 2015… and I’m not even going! What’s Peak 2015? This is a huge Scout/Guide camp which takes place at Chatsworth (US readers may recognise this as a location for various period film dramas, such as Pride & Prejudice, Jane Eyre and The Duchess). There are thousands of Scouts, Guides, Explorers, Brownies, Cubs and Beavers attending, and it’s a massive undertaking. We visited the site last night so our son could help put up tents and it’s very impressive, almost a mile long with all the amenities of a small town. It’s an international camp, too; some friends of ours are hosting US Scouts in the run-up to the event, and we saw a minibus of German Scouts arrive last night. 

A lot of my customers are going as leaders - even two of my younger stamping friends will be working, like my son, for half the week as Explorers - and I hope you all have a fantastic time. But also please know that your efforts are appreciated! Thank you!

More thanks along the way, with this little batch of cards, which I made for my new Virtual Hostess Club members, on arrival of their first order. Credit must go to my Mum, who did some of the colouring for me! (If you knew her, you’d know how remarkable it is that she was actually crafting!)

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