Thursday, 19 September 2013

UKS Week 3 Challenge
LO of day out with my Dd1, we rode the cable car across the Thames!

Thursday, 12 September 2013

Poor Neglected Blog

As said, poor neglected blog! I have been crafting but just too lazy to upload!
The first is my lo for September Week 2 challenge on UKS, showing Dgs3 meeting Dave, the giant rabbit at the garden centre!
The second lo is for the Monthly challenge on UKS, using a sketch provided. Photos show the delicious lunch we had, sitting on the lawns at Wisley a few weeks ago!

Sunday, 4 November 2012

More for the Nosey Genes

My baby and her husband!
My four children.

Feeding the Nosey Genes

With parents and best man.
We did it!
With parents.
What a cutie!

Wednesday, 8 August 2012


Once again my mojo had gone missing, but I made myself do this week's challenge on UKS as it was set by the Tag-a-Longs team! Had to use a sketch, 4 or more scraps of different paper and something recycled. Doing this digitally made the recycling element difficult so I hope the torn cardboard with corrugated centre will count!
Maybe now my mojo will stay with me!

Wednesday, 11 April 2012

this is April's tag, again using what I have!

 I have sadly neglected to upload any of my projects to this blog, but here are my attempts at Tim Holtz Tags of 2012. I do not have all the things he uses so have made substitutes.

This is February, no cupid so used a bird! My attempts at picking out the embossing, where I used music, wasn't too succesful!

March tag, lots of substitutions here!

Wednesday, 15 February 2012

February Week 2 Challenge UKS

This week every lo for the weekly challenge will raise money for Autism. We had to use black and red, stamping and a sense of movement. Photo is dgs2 in his own little world, having fun!

Tuesday, 7 February 2012

UKS February Week One Challenge

This week's challenge was to have photos of a woman or women, an achievement and some sewing. My photo is of my dd1 who has had a lot thrown at her in life but always bounces back, that to me is an achievement. I am very proud of her! In this photo she is doing something she would have thought impossible a short while ago!