Butterfly Crafts is having her very first Cyber Crop over this weekend from the 14th to 16th August. The theme is on movies, so each of the DT members scrapped something related to a movie! Mine is High School Musical, anyone can make a guess why???;-) There will 4 challenges each day and games and points are awarded to participants. The one with the highest number of points wins an attractive prize! For more details, hop on to http://www.butterflycrafts.ning.com. I am also offering a RAK for my part of challenge. I have yet to put together the RAK yet...Time just flew by in the past 2 weeks with the hubster away and the kids in summer camps and me running all over to get groceries, cook, pick up the kids from seperate locations and sending them for swimming/ roller blading lessons. It has been crazy but now that the hubster's back, things are more or less more sane...
I will put up pictures of my RAK asap and all participants have until 21 August to take part in the challenges. Back to Butterfly Crafts Challenge #18- scrap about your best friend. This has got to be the easiest for me so far. I didn't have to think hard, it has to be the hubster. No one else reads me better than he does, and is so supportive of this expensive hobby of mine (he says he rather spend some money to get a happy wife then to hear my nagging and unhappy grunts) and lives with my crazy, emotional, erratic self!
I went quite minimalist on this layout. The patterns on the paper itself speaks wonders...The stickers framing the photograph were from Basic Grey (so pretty) and if you notice, I had added 2 metal rings to symbolise our marriage and the anchor embellishment with a dove to represent that the hubster is the anchor man in our family.
Hidden Journaling is on the piece of Jenni Bowlin journaling card which I had cut out so that it can be 'clipped' onto the photo. It says:
My best friend has got to be the father of my kids. I remember how he would stand by me when I had girlfriends’ issues, how he would just give me his support blindly (despite his own reservations), how he would travel to NTU to visit and stay over when I was mugging for exams. He always brought me whatever I loved/ wanted to eat. He reads me like a book, gave me 2 beautiful kids, is tolerant of my nagging and my obsession with cleanliness, supports me in bible lessons and prayers (despite his reluctance- am still praying for his salvation) and works hard to feed and provide for our family after supporting my decision to resign. He tries hard to help out with the kids even though I sometimes disapprove of his methods. That’s why he’s my children’s father, my husband, my pillar and my best friend. No doubts.