Time flies when you’re having fun, and I’ve certainly been having fun, just not blogging about it. However, all that is about to change… but first, I am determined to complete the remnants of my thing-a-day challenge for 2013 even … Continue reading
Determined to post the remainder of my Thing-A-Day Challenge even though by this time it was evident that I was failing miserably! But I did make quite a lot of things in November and here are most of them.
It’s been shamefully long since I updated this blog, but not to worry, all is well! The Thing-a-Day challenge was beginning to lapse by October as my life got back to normal and I was actually able to get out … Continue reading
…Well, maybe not quite thirty things since some of these took more than one day to complete! But still, I crafted every day. Can’t believe I’m now into the last quarter of the year and it’s time to start thinking … Continue reading
Summer holidays, family fun, lots of things to do and plenty of sunshine to laze in… August was fantastic. But sometimes making a thing-a-day was a hard commitment to stick to. So one or two things went over more than … Continue reading
June was great. I like June. The days are long, and I do prefer to bead in daylight. Somehow the colours never look quite right under electric light… I carried on with my self-appointed task and reached the half-way point. … Continue reading
Wow. There really are a lot of days in a year. You realise this if you mark each one by making something – or part of something – and then look back at the pile of somethings! May’s pile of … Continue reading
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Oops, I’ve got behind with posting these photos. As well as with many other things… but NOT with my year-long challenge! Here are April’s ‘makes’. Some big, some small, some a last-minute rush, but all keeping my creative urges satisfied. … Continue reading
Oops, I seem to have got behind myself with posting photos. But rest assured, the Thing-A-Day Challenge is still on track even though some of the Things are still rather minimal. March was cold and wet here in the UK … Continue reading