This is the Mother's day mini book gift that my mum received, it was from The Sharon Ann little ones collection, gatefold album from Deja views. I thought it was appropriate with two boys.
Monday, March 23, 2009
Sunday, March 22, 2009
Thursday, March 19, 2009
Wednesday, March 18, 2009
Monday, March 16, 2009
Thanks Sharon and Fiona for organising the event, looks like it might have to be a regular event now. Must ask the girls if I can post a couple of their pics on here of the house...in my dreams, (the house) it was huge.
On to today...it's my eldest baby's 10th birthday today, so where has that time gone?!
Isn't it funny what kids are like. He got a super new bike off us with the weather hopefully starting to improve and some Battle brawlers from his brother, the latest crazy at school amongst other things. Guess what he was more interested in...the little balls of plastic!
Still the weather has been pants today so maybe he'll get out on his bike tomorrow.
So girls I finally got around to making his birthday card and for those of you who know him, know he's rugby daft. It had to be a card on that theme in the team colours (above post).
I love this SN stamp, it gets plenty of use in this house!
Friday, March 13, 2009
Today I've mostly been cooking and baking muffins but found sometime this morning for another candle. This one was for a young couple who's Wedding we went to last month...they're off to a sunnier climate so it was a little going away gift. I've kept it simple with it being for a non-crafter and a wedding.
But never mind today I'm excited about tomorrow!!!
The girls from Fraserburgh are in town for a crafting weekend. Yippee! I'm joining them for the day tomorrow... for lots of crafting, chatting, eating and a few games to play...sounds like a fun weekend is planned. I'm having a day off.
Wednesday, March 11, 2009
Sunday, March 01, 2009
Ooooo the sun is out, the sky is blue, there's not a cloud to spoil the view.....March is here and spring, shhh is on it's way. My favourite time of year, it's getting warmer, all the bulbs in the garden are starting to come out and the nights are getting lighter, yippee.
Looking at some of my fellow crafter's blogs, quite often it is mentioned what book is being read. I used to read loads but often collapse in front of the TV late at night rather than getting my nose in a book. However I have just finished a book that was recommended to me by one of the ladies who have opened a new shop in the village called "Seahorse". We'd got chatting and she said you must read this if you get chance, "Angels in my Hair" by Lorna Byrne. What a beautiful uplifting book...wouldn't it be nice to think that we all have a guardian angel watching over us, protecting us?
Whether you believe or not Lorna is a remarkable lady, I couldn't put the book down.