Archive for April, 2012

Despite being on a self-imposed book ban I couldn’t resist adding this one to our collection…

30th April 2012 – “The Little Paris Kitchen”

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If you’re new to the Scavenger Hunt then please visit Kirst’s blog to see how this all began. Jenna over at Timballoo is acting as guest host again this month, so if you somehow came here first then please do go and visit her blog to see who else is taking part!

I’ve been incredibly disorganised this month and completely forgot about the hunt, which led to me running around like a lunatic yesterday afternoon trying to find things to photograph at the last minute.  I managed all bar one photo…


If you’ve been following my work this month you’ll know that Beatrix Potter’s work has been a huge source of inspiration.

Something I Made

It’s been a productive month and I was a bit spoilt for choice, but in the end I opted for a quick snap of my needle felted doglets.  Look at their little faces!

Motifs: Symmetry

Major fail here.  In my last minute panic I didn’t manage to think of anything I could photograph for this category 😦



As a result of leaving these photos to the last minute there was nothing specifically Easter-related in the house.  So I went for an arty shot of some eggs instead…


I do a fair amount of recycling and repurposing, and my favourite new thing is to make bunting out of old book pages.

I’ll be hosting again this month so please check back on Tuesday 1st May to find out what the new topics are going to be!

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29th April 2012 – “Sassafras”

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These have proved popular in the past, and so I’m pleased to announce that I’ve been able to add another six of these kitsch notebooks to my Etsy shop.  Titles include The Magic Faraway Tree, The Enchanted Wood, and the Naughtiest Girl in the School.  Click here to view what’s available.

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28th April 2012 – “After the rain (again!)”

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27th April 2012 – “After the rain”

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Sally over at Diario chose this week’s word, and it’s a great word.  Trouble is that I’ve been run off my feet this week and haven’t had the time to do justice to it!

I’ll fall back on a favourite poem instead, hope you enjoy it.  It’s Faute de Mieux, by Dorothy Parker

Travel, trouble, music, art,
A kiss, a frock, a rhyme-
I never said they feed my heart,
But still they pass my time


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