Sunday, 16 October 2016

2016 Christmas Extravaganza




Hello Everyone,

Its been a while since my last post but life sometimes throws you a few things to deal with.

My eldest son hasn't been well since the summer, he was diagnosed a few weeks ago with Hodgkins Lymphoma which was a shock as he is only 21 years old.  He has just started chemo, so we are in the full swing of hospital visits now.  We are keeping everything crossed for him.

I had only just started the prep work for my Christmas Extravaganza so my blog had to be left for a bit, hope you understand.

As usual we did three projects, this was Project one using the Holly Berry Happiness Bundle which everyone got in their gift bags.
The gatefold card is 6" x 6" so a nice big one and a matching what gift box and belly band.  These are in the christmas catalogue which come in packs of 8.


When you open up the card, the inside looks like this.


The second project used part of the Forever Evergreen Christmas Kit.
My inspiration came from a Stampin UP Magazine, that we demonstrators get.
Its a 12" x 10" Canvas ready to hang for Christmas.


The third project used the Santa's Sleigh Bundle.  A Tissue Box cover and matching card.


The instructions are on the right if you would like to play along,
Thanks for looking,
Jenny:-)xx

7 comments:

Anne said...

Stunning Jenny. I was wondering if all was ok with you. Sorry to hear about your son. I pray he will respond well to his treatment. You will all be in my thoughts and prayers. Anne x

Stamps and Paper said...

Jenny you gave us another fantastic Stampin UP crafting day with lots of lovely projects...at the end of the day your family comes first...thinking of you all

Anne x

Maggie Miller said...

Jenny
My prayers are with you and your family during this trying time. I know prayer changes things and Hodgkin's lymphoma is curable!

Don't ever worry about how long goes by since you've posted, we all understand why.

Love and prayers
Maggie

Aquarius said...

Thoroughly enjoyed that day, lovely projects. Family has to come first always, no need to apologise for not blogging. Hugs

Jeannie said...

Beautiful projects Jenny! Praying for your son and your whole family as you work through this illness!

Micki Hall said...

Jenny, so sorry about your son and I will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers. I kept checking your blog every few days as I knew you would have a good reason for staying away. Your family always comes first and I pray everything will be okay.

Crafting Chris said...

So sorry to hear about your son. I hop all goes well with his chemo. I was wondering how you were so it's good to have you posting again, but I am sure that everyone understands that you have to prioritise.
Great project as usual.my thoughts and best wishes go to you and your family. Xx