I haven't had much crafting time the last couple of months. My daughter got engaged in May, and was married in early August. She is our only daughter, and there was quite a bit to do to prepare for the wedding, and it was complicated by the fact that she lives over 2,000 miles away.
I did, however, make a few things while I was out there. I went almost a month early to help with final preparations, and I made a couple of shower gifts while I was there. I had taken my Cricut with me, thinking I would get a chance to scrapbook. I got very little scrapping done, but it came in handy for making shower gifts.
I made two glass plaques. The first one is based on a talk by Elder Dieter Uchdorf, an apostle of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. His talk was called, "Your Happily Ever After" and is a favorite of my daughter's. The border around the "Happily Ever After" is made up of points of the talk.
The second plaque is based on our belief that families can be together forever, if married in a temple by one who has the authority to "seal" the couple for both time and eternity.
This next item was a ceramic crock that my sister-in-law was giving our daughter at a camping shower. The crock was plain red, so I added their initials and date to the crock.
There was another project I made, for a baby shower that was for my niece. It was a diaper cake. I couldn't stay in town long enough for the shower, but I did get the diaper cake made for the centerpiece.