Thursday, 27 February 2014

Nearly 4 Weeks and No Crafting!

Yep! How bad is that!!?

Work and life in general has really got in the way of my crafting this month.

I even missed out on going to the Doncaster Racecourse Craft Show last Saturday as I had to work!!!

The chickens are doing great, they even go up to bed on their own now - saves me having to crawl under the coup and catch each one to put them in bed. Not a ladylike activity I can assure you.

Shadows skin has massively improved. The vet said that if he was a smaller dog his flee infestation was so bad he would have been anaemic. He must have been suffering for months.

He's started his inoculations and all being well should get spayed in the next few weeks. He has been a little poorly for the last few days with an upset stomach but the vet isn't too worried about him.

We are officially his mum and dad now so all we need to do now is get Mrs Miggins used to him...

Anyway, enough of my rambling. I have a place left on this weeks class spare. So if you fancy a couple of hours making 4 cards using different Ombré techniques, book now. The class is on Saturday 1st March 11 am til 2pm

Jan x


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Monday, 3 February 2014


Firstly. Here are a group of cards I made using a free card making lit from Stampin' Up! Good as Gold.


There are card blanks, French, German and English sentiments, envelopes, twine elastic thread and other elements to make 8 cards and the quality is really good.

You can get your free kit by spending £45 during the Sale-a-Bration period (now, until the end of March).

Now, I've been harping on about a new addition and here he is, please welcome, Shadow.


He's very nervous and will take a while to settle but we're getting there slowly. I'll post updates of him regularly so you can see how he's doing.

And another special event we had this afternoon...








Drum roll please








Our very first egg!



How exciting is that!!!!
Jan x

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Location:Brace yourself for lots of excitement...