So at our last StampInkPaper team meeting, I was making a bunch of birthday cards. Kay, one of my sister team members showed me a card by Ruth Clarke and mentioned a friend would love this for her birthday. I had loads of bits of the Spice Cake paper chopped up so I went to work. Tea-bag fold on 8 circles which are then placed together to form a flower. Brad in the middle and voilà!
Supplies are Spice Cake DSP, Antique brad, Bring On the Cake stamp set, Early Espresso card body, Pool Party layer, Very Vanilla layer. Coloured "Birthday" with Pool Party marker and stamped sentiment in Early Espresso ink.
News is that I've accepted a position with the ACT Public Service in Canberra until the end of June. I'll be travelling down on Sundays and returning home on Fridays. Will be busy, but worth it for both mental and financial health. Also hoping it will lead to other opportunities at higher levels in the future and allow the family to move in July. But nothing is ever set in stone, so we'll see how it goes. At the least it will give me very recent experience in work I very much enjoy (stuff I do voluntarily - being paid to do it is a bonus).
And last but not least, its my littlest man's birthday today. Toby is 7
today! I'd been in hospital for a few days with ruptured membranes (same thing happened with Ryan) and was anxiously awaiting induction for Toby. This is an old scrapbook layout I did quite some time ago about how strong (read STUBBORN) he was at 2 weeks old. Remember, this is one week before his due date: he was 3 and a half weeks early! He was such a fighter from the very beginning, but I suppose that's how you might be against the world when you're evacuated from your nice warm place a bit early.