Monday, 18 August 2014

Your Desire

Today is Mr B's mums 80th Birthday!

She is having more celebrations than the Queen ;) and why not? :)
Friday was lunch with friends
Saturday  - a family get together just outside Salcombe hosted by her sister
Sunday - cake after the service at church followed by Sunday lunch at her favourite pub
Today - an afternoon celebration hosted by friends
Tuesday sees the end of the party season after celebrating with her brother and his wife :)
Crikey I feel fair worn out just reading that little lot back!!! LOL

Mr B and I just could not come up with the right present until we hit on the idea of taking her to the theatre as she rarely goes these days because of transport issues.
We searched the listings for the theatre in Plymouth but could not find anything that she would I made a "Promise of Intent" card instead!

This was inspired by
I haven't used vellum for some time even though I have a stash of pretty lush ones hanging know how it is!!! ROFL

Happy Birthday MUM :)
Thanks for looking
xoxo Sioux


  1. That's a great idea for a gift, after all at 80 you probably have most things you need! Hope your MUM enjoys the trip when she finds the right thing to see.
    Good to see you too!

  2. Oh you are a clever girl! This is not only a beautiful card it really shows how lucky your m-i-l is! Such a lovely way to celebrate all over again when she chooses!! Hugs, Chrisx

  3. Beautiful card and a great idea!! Love the glitter honeycomb frameworks. Thank you so much for sharing with us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog!!

  4. What a lovely idea and card I love the whole lot and the tick box inside is inspired. Thank you for joining in with us over at the Artistic Stamper. Dee x

  5. Ooh! That's gorgeous Sioux! Bet your MIL loved it! xxx

  6. What a fab idea Sioux, and beautifully put together. Look at you with a MIL, and a step son, I'm so happy for you xx

  7. Love it, fabulous idea :-) xx


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