Sometimes Mr Craft asks me to make cards. Luckily he usually has an idea of what he would like, and this occasion was no different. One of his colleagues was leaving and rather than a traditional good luck card he created one based on her new job. She’s going to do something to do with…… Continue reading Twisted Good Luck
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I’m sure this Tutorial didn’t want to be done today…that or the Universe was telling me to leave it today and try again tomorrow, but tomorrow I’m focusing on other things, so today it is. My frustration at the constant interruptions, phone calls, Google Docs dictation translations (some of them just…
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It’s hard to believe our harvesting time is nearly over, the only things remaining are tomatoes, a few beans, courgettes, a handful of carrots, beetroot round two and half a dozen red cabbages. Everything else has been brought in to be frozen (beans and brocolli), dried (onions) or pickled (first batch of beetroot). The allotment…… Continue reading End of August Allotment Update
As part of my Christmas craft I’ve bought a lovely set of Country Companions stamps. Anyone that follows my blog will know that I tend to ‘colour’ using chalks as they are less permanent. I decided it was time to take the leap and use pens, a much deeper level of commitment. I’m no artist,…… Continue reading Branching Out #3 Colouring Stamped Images
I know, I know, I’m late to the crafting Christmas party. Last night I started on the first Christmas present (a crochet mermaid tail blanket) and today when I took the children to the library I took out a Christmas craft book for me to peruse. The mermaid tail is worked from the bottom up…… Continue reading Christmas Has Begun!