Well first up while I get my thinking cap on
did you enjoy the Easter break ?
If I'd thought sooner I could have shown you these
polystyrene easter eggs I made a couple of years ago.
Very easy to do all you need is the egg, buttons, pins and
ribbon and away you go. Sticking pins in is very rewarding
if you've something on your mind.
Next up did you manage to catch my upcycled chair on
Sarah Moores "Money For Nothing" programme.
If you didn't here's the blog post I wrote about it.
The little memory stories continue in the old autograph book
I picked up in a local charity shop. I'm jotting down reminder notes as
I go along then transferring and expanding on them in the book
and adding old family photos
Here's an extract from one of my stories............
Nana and Grandad's house was very neat, they had good furniture and
a lovely garden.
Nana had a dressing table in her bedroom with a big mirror and drawers.
She had fancy hairbrushes and a hand mirror, a glass dish for her trinkets,
and lace mats. Things that I see now when I go to vintage fairs.
I have some of her beautiful furniture in my living room.
Uncle Geoff had a violin which fascinated me..........
That's all folks from me until next time.
Don't forget to have a look what's going on
over at Julia's place and all the lovely craft desks there