Another quick and simple scrapbook layout using My Minds Eye Antique Floral papers. I’ve embellished my page with die cut shapes from Spellbinders.
My Merryweather tops have become a wardrobe staple and my go to pattern for comfortable tops. I love the shape they give me and the fit is perfect. I’ve worn them so much I’m sewing myself some more.
A delightfully girly card for this week. I’m loving the combination of teal and chocolate shades.
It’s been a while since I’ve done a veg patch update. I haven’t done much work in the garden but there’s been a lot of changes and loads of growth at the end of the summer.
I love gifts that are practical as well as very personal. These galvanised planters will be useful in the garden or windowsill. They couldn’t be more personal as they’re covered in my kids art work.
This King Cole pattern features lots of lovely detailed cables which gives it loads of texture and warmth. It’s got the perfect mix of interest and mindless knitting, making it one of my favourite patterns.
Warm weather at the end of summer has led to a bumper blackberry harvest. I made the most of the free food and collected a good sized haul. This is my first attempt at making my own Blackberry Jam and it’s delicious!!
A quick and dirty scrapbook layout from me today. I’m determined to clear the massive back log of layouts – wish me luck!!
Another sew of the Declan Pullover from Peek-a-Boo patterns, this time I’m adding a hood and lining it in contrasting fabric.
My Little Dude is starting to make his own friends and get invitations to birthday parties so I thought it was about time I built up a stash of handmade birthday cards for little boys.