Friday, 18 May 2012

Fairytale Friday



This week was the village fair, and they organised a ladies versus men's hockey match on the village green to raise money for the local hospital.

The game started well, the men went 2-0 up in the first 5 minutes before Tammy took her hockey stick to a young male player and had to be held back by her team. The young man had to be taken to hospital and received 15 stitches in his head. He later apologised and said he should never have scored a goal in the first place.

The game got to half time before it was abandoned. The girls went 3-2 up after demanding they get 3 goals because they were clearly better than the men. The men decided they couldn't win and went to the pub.

The girls victory celebration got out of hand when Colette, bottle of blue label vodka in hand danced half naked through the Women's Institute coffee stall. There were a lot of upset older women demanding that she leave their stall, but with a sudden surge of male customers waiting to be served, they promptly changed their mind and set up a banner stating "Strip Show". The ladies were ecstatic when it was announced that their stall made the most money that day. It may be due to the fact that Doris Brown of Maple Terrace increased the prices of coffee from £1.00 up to £4.50 because of the entertainment on show.

Then Tammy decided to have a shot at throwing a wet sponge the local minister which cost 50 pence per throw. Unfortunately, this minister was the one that married her and her husband so instead of throwing a sponge, she used half a brick. The damage on the ministers forehead was significant, and his service on Sunday will be performed by Edna. It should prove to be an interesting sermon.

The day was brought to a close when the ladies were lured into a small tent by the offer of free vodka. While helping themselves to fresh glasses, the guy ropes for the tent were cut, and the men dragged the ladies inside the tent to the local police station where they were locked up overnight in a cell.

Hopefully they will be better behaved next week, though highly unlikely.

Goodness only knows how they managed to make ANY cards this week!!!

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I've kind of cannibalised the sketch but it's just about there - Boo is my tall child's nickname so expect she'll snaffle this.
Image: TEDDYBO_191
Paper: DCVW not sure which one
Kraft Card: Little Claire.

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Colette


Image TB_204 - Coloured in Photoshop
Patterned paper - Kay Miller Designs - Light of my life
Plate stand die 2 - Joy Crafts
Grand Circles - Spellbinders
Rolled roses and foliage and Butterfly Dies - Marianne Designs
Sentiment - Create with TLC freebie - Coloured in Photoshop to match the ladybird.
Ribbon, pearls, diamante buckle - Meiflower


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Jill
Image is an old, but very gorgeous one :)
TeddyBea_062
Coloured with Copics
Papers from Maja design and some leftover from papirdesign
Cheery Lynn swirl die found here
Flowers from WOC
Fantastic crystals from Prima

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Kirsty-Anne

Teddybea_204
Prismacolor pencils & Glamour Dust
My Minds Eye Love Me Paperpad
Cricut Pennants.
Raffia & Blossoms from WOC
Ribbon & Lace from ebay
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Claire
I've had another play this afternoon and cheated a little and used the pre coloured Jolly for this card - I soooo love Jolly lol!
I've tried to use the sketch but I think it doesnt really look to much like it!
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Maritha
TeddyBo_195
Papers fr PyHobby(Wellington)
CheeryLynn swirl
Coloured with Promakers
text from Magnolia

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Renee

TB_205
ribbon
colored with prima markers
gelly roll star dust pen
rhinestones
inkadinkado sentiment and flourish stamps
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Catch you soon....Gayle and the Girls...xxx

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