Monday, 9 March 2015
February flew by! How is it March already!? Here's a snippet of what February looked like
Had a go a weaving with some left over wool.
Caught these two hanging together.
On a shopping day day out with my sister in Ballymena I bought this pretty embroidery in a charity shop, love one another
Sunday, 1 March 2015
I LOVE the colour yellow, for me it's a happy colour and it features all over our house. Daffodils, sunshine need I say more! If you're a yellow lover and an Instagram fan then you should definitely check out this weeks @flots_n_jets nine challenge just search for the hashtag #fjnine. This weeks theme is yellow and if spring is still feeling a little far off or you just need a little cheering up this will do the trick! I love seeing everyone else's nines. I started my nine in my house then I was out in Belfast yesterday with a friend and yellow seemed to be everywhere so I couldn't resist another, here are my nines...
Saturday, 14 February 2015
Hello! And happy St Valentines Day to you all!
Yesterday after work I helped a friend in the madness that is a florists before St Valentines Day! My jobs were to dethorn the roses and I had a go a making bouquets. I absolutely love flowers but last night opened my eyes, a florist is seriously hard work but it was all bouquet in the end. My friends recently had a van makeover, although it seems to be confusing a lot of people, does no one get the word association!!?? Botany any flowers recently? Don't get it....bought any flowers recently.
Since the new year I've been writing one motivational love letter a week and leaving it for someone to find. Every Sunday night I head to the craft room and pen my letter then during the week I'll choose my moment to leave it, could be in a tree or on a bus stop or anywhere. You never know who will find the letter but I hope that my letters have brought a few smiles the people who picked found them!
Saturday, 7 February 2015
Vintage wallpaper is very hard to come by in Belfast of course you can buy it on the internet but it's usually pretty expensive and can only be bought in one off rolls. So you can imagine my excitement after a visit to Nobletts in Belfast (amazing wallpaper shop!!) finding a Swedish design wallpaper originally made in 1974. It was love at first sight! Nobletts has a wallpaper for everyone! People of Belfast do not wallpaper until you've visited!!! A roll was purchased and was put to use in project number one, another little craft room makeover! I've lost count how many times this room has changed! I added more crates, painted them all white, added some of the wallpaper and rearranged all my bits and bobs.