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Saturday, 18 December 2010

Rewind

We had a sprinkling more snow on Thursday , then it froze and has done nothing else since . So we have an ice rink out on the street if anyone wants to bring their skates .
Back to the Chicken Run sampler , I have got permission from the couple that received it to show their pictures , so here's the finished article with it's new owners.

Lisa made these figures herself to go on top of one of the wedding cakes .

I have to say , that it was the most fun formal wedding I have ever been to , so Thanks Lisa and Phil for letting us share your special day.

Back soon , thanks for dropping by ,

Cath

9 comments:

Virpi said...

Thanks for letting me know that I won at Jennifer's blog. That was a huge surprise! I don't have much time on the computer because most of the time kids occupies the machine...

Lesleyanne said...

Your stitching is gorgeous. Lovely photos of the bride and groom.

Lumiruusu said...

The stitched chickens looks fantastic and the bide andd groom must have been very happy to receive it.
Well done! :)

Jules said...

Very beautiful! It's great when personal touches can be added on such a special day!

Elaine said...

Lovely photos of such a happy couple Cath and it looks like they love your wonderful stitchy gift.

Shellie said...

Absolutely brilliant hun and the bride and groom looks so beautifaul and very pleased with it Well Done xxxxxxxxxxxxx

Dawn said...

Lovely photos Cath! That was a good idea to have them hold the picture themselves. I should have done that with the sampler I did for my friends.... :-))

Dani - tkdchick said...

Awww wonderful, it looks like they really love it!

Gill - That British Woman said...

I love that wedding gown, and the sampler.

Popped by to wish you and your family a very merry Christmas!

Gill in Canada