Thanks for popping in. Beautiful sunny day here in the southeast today. Almost T-shirt and shorts weather! Not that you’d ever catch me in shorts!! I look down at the legs that walk me around nowadays, and wonder who’s got mine!! That wicked witch certainly did a number on me when she swopped my legs for this pair!
Had a laugh with Grace this evening. Conversation went like this…
Grace “How’s Dave?“ Me "He’s ok. Went to the Doctors this afternoon” Grace “Which Doctor?” Me "No, not the Witch Doctor. We’ll see how we get on with the GP first, then if that doesn’t work, we’ll try him” Hahahaha...
Anyway. Enough woffle. I do hope that the storms have abated elsewhere, and things are calming down in the North and in Wales. Climate change is certainly real.
Time to shine a light on this weeks Celtic style Design of the Week, which, incidently, will work perfectly with the New & Exclusive launching on Create & Craft at 4pm on Thursday.
Large – ABC – A4 square
Small – ABC – A5 square
Large & Small – 123
To celebrate 30 years in business, we have reduced them by 30% plus Craft Club discount – available HERE
Here is some inspiration from the design team
Such lovely art samples! And such a lovely alphabet design. Well worth investing in, if you make personalised cards.
Time to return to my Jigsaw puzzle. I started a 1,000 piece one yesterday, and so far, I’ve found the outer frame – but that’s all!! I do like a jigsaw. Calms the mind. Listening to a good book and doing a puzzle – perfect down time – Great way to relax for me. I just finished another Rachel Joyce novel. After Miss Benson’s Beetle, which was blimming brilliant, I found another one – first of a trilogy by the same author: The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry. Another superb novel. So surreal, yet so real. Narrated by Jim Broadbent. Excellent.
Just in case you didn’t catch the SHAC on Monday at 10am, we have decided that a second SHAC session on a Thursday evening at 7pm will be beneficial. So we’ll start that extra hour of hanging out together doodling next week, 2nd November.
Quote for today:
Barb x x x