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15 February 2010

In case you missed it

Here is the final rendering of AAHRH.

It is gorgeous beyond "love".

I WUV it.

I must have it.This is where my tax refund will go. I think it's a good trade off instead of spending that money on something useful. Or practical.

Or a wedding expense? Can I justify it that way? Prop it up at the wedding, and say it's our wedding sampler? Say I read about it in a bridal magazine, or an etiquette book. And the new trend is to NOT put our names and wedding date on it. Just that I picked a subject that gave the flavor of our wedding and went with it? Is that possible . . .

Logical . . .


Immoral . . .

5 comments:

Bette said...

Immoral? Nah! I say go for it. I know I am. It's now become mu must have chart.

Elaine said...

Yes,Rachel you must have it. It is your "me" present. A girl should buy a "me" present every month right up to there wedding day because once your married it becomes an "us" present and I bought something for "me" just not longer exists...LOL!

Deb said...

I think that this chart is great! You must have it - not that I'm trying to enable or anything!!!

Jennifer said...

I don't see any reason why you can't do it as a wedding sampler, seeing as how you're having an October wedding. Just add either a few inches on the bottom if you're doing it as pictured and stitch in your names and wedding date. Or if you don't care for one of the blocks, switch it out for your names and the date.

I do this all the time if a chart is appropriate for an occasion but isn't specifically charted for it. I don't see any reason why you have to have a wedding specific piece if you like this one better.

Pumpkin said...

ROFL! I LOVE your way of thinking girl! I'm trying to come up with some logical reasoning myself and so far coming up empty :o(

I do my thing and you do yours. I am not in this world to live up to your expectations, and you are not in this world to live up to mine. You are you and I am I, and if by chance we find each other, then it is beautiful. If not, it can’t be helped--Frederick Perls