Tuesday, July 21, 2015
Good morning from a rather damp Derby. We have had all kinds of weather the last few days and today is supposed to be cloudy but warm. Have we had our Summer? I hope not.
What a wonderful and busy week I have had despite the weather. I have been to a craft show, finished my second mini album, made cards from kits and all sorts. With Paul being away it is very hard to keep on top of it all so at the moment, I am looking out for someone to help with the garden, if you know of anyone, please pass on the details. I have seen a few people but what I wanted and what they wanted to do didnt really go hand in hand. I have also been to the charity shop to drop things off, the tip twice as well as advertise lots of things for sale over the internet, phew, its no wonder that I am shattered each evening is it.
We had a wonderful scrapbooking day last Saturday and the next one is on 8th August if you fancied coming along. Do let me know though as places are very limited.
It is crafty week next week WHOOP WHOOP. Lots of things have changed around and I have put on another evening. I have one or two places available each evening so if you fancy a night with like minded folk to make a couple of cards, lots of crafty chatter and laughter do let me know. The cost is £7 per person and you just need to bring your sticky stuff and enthusiasm with you.
Yesterday was Paula's birthday and here is the card that I made for her using Summer Silhouttes
I also went out and about delivering SU goodies that had arrived, it was nice to get out of the house for a couple of hours and catch up with some lovely friends, I do feel so lucky having so many smashing friends.
Tomorrow I have another picture frame evening and if you would like to make a picture in a frame, do let me know as there are a couple of spaces available. Here is one that we made a couple of months ago.
If you already have your own frame, you can bring it with you to use.
Right, I had best get a wiggle on and get into work. Thanks for having a read and have a wonderful day.
Posted by Tracey at 6:07 AM