Friday, March 06, 2015

It's FFFfriday again and time to share an oldie. #GBSB style.

Good morning folks, a little late today and no post yesterday, whoops!
A bit going on this end.  I had my eldest boys school trying to get hold of me yesterday at work, didn't find out till I got home by which time my husband rang to say he was at A and E with him!
Unfortunately at work we are not allowed mobiles whilst working for obvious reasons, normally I do check mine before heading home but I was late leaving and had to get home for my wee one.
It turns out he had concussion after a knock to the head playing football.  He was very tired and sick in the hospital so I am surprised they let us have him home but he seems fine.  I just have to keep an eye on him today.  He seems bright enough in himself, a quiet weekend should do the trick and no further sport for a fortnight!

With all that going on I fairly forgot the time yesterday I normally do my Thursday and Friday posts together.
I'm sure you'll forgive this once?

Back to today, did you watch the GBSB last night?
Were you as surprised as me as to who is left for the final?
I thought Lorna and Neil would definitely have been in the race till the end, I have favoured Neil from the start and I love Lorna's quirky side.
I was not surprised that Paul was out as unfortunately he had a bad week but I think I would have kept Deborah over Matt.
I loved the fact that they all made a leather jacket in a day, what I would give to be able to do that.
Brilliant work.
In honour of the GBSB today's oldie has a sewing theme.

Stamps:  PI Vintage Sewing and "Stitch" from Andy Skinner  A stitch in time.
Paper:  TH Idea-ology Kraft resist pad.
Ink:  Distress ink Black Soot and Rusty Hinge.
Embellishments:  Idea-ology Ornate plates and brads, Pearls by Zva Creative,
Seam binding, thread and lace from stash.

An early start again for me tomorrow at work and it's hubby's birthday on Sunday, I better get organised!
Have a super weekend guys and don't forget if you are joining me sharing an oldie today, leave a comment so I know to visit you back.  Sharing the crafty love in time for the weekend!  x


cuilliesocks said...

Hi Erika, oh your poor boy, I hope he is not worse the wear because for it. Accidents do happen, but causes you so much worry when it's the head.
Super card, love all the sewing elements and the vintage colour. I've got another bit of knitting, I'll have to look out some more cards, have a good weekend, hugs Kate x

Patricia said...

Oh! My! Word! Erika I am sure after a restful weekend all will be well.......Scary though.
Love the sewing theme on your fantastic card.

Patricia x

Jenny L said...

Hi Erika,
oh what a really great Oldie today.
Superb sewing theme going on in this delightful card.
So sorry to her of your Son's accident.
Hopefully a quiet weekend will do the mending cycle.
Snap it's my Birthday on Monday so a very HAPPY BIRTHDAY to you hubby for Sunday.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

Carol said...

The joys of parenthood! We have those T-shirts! Hopefully a quiet weekend will do the trick. Love your oldie, great stamps and that plate looks fabulous. Enjoy your weekend and happy birthday to hubby on Sunday. Carol x

Shona Hamill said...

Great card Erika, love the sewing theme. I haven't managed to see any of GBSB this year unfortunately. Hope your son is on the mend now. Enjoy your weekend. Shona xx

Hazel said...

OMG Erika that's is so worrying when it's the head that's in volved, I hope he is ok. Love your card with the sewing theme. Hazel x