Yes! We are at home…not for long, but time enough to attend a meeting this morning - with an interior designer - we have plans here at our retirement complex of a refurbishment - although not all at once! A few of us looked at the mood boards this morning and I must say I love them, but there will be mutterings I am sure!!
So what else…a journal page ..that started like this..
…went to this, by using some gesso, stamps and texture paste...
…and finished like this. Some more stamping, TH Remnant rubs, scraps, and some Crayola Twistables (I don't have Distress crayons but from what I have seen they are very similar - you just have to blend your own colours)
As you may know I love my travels in Europe - my question is "What Now?" We will have to wait and see!
Time for a reminder that there is still one week left at Try It On Tuesday to join in with 'I believe I can Fly'
I am here for T Stands For Tuesday with Bluebeard and Elizabeth,
so I shall start with my coffee and scone that we had on the way back from Woolfest last week.
We took the scenic route back(yes there are photos below this!)via Grasmere and called in at the garden centre. The only thing was, these two were keeping a beady eye on us for dropped crumbs. Fortunately someone at another table decided to be kind to them and they didn't stay there for too long!
Okay, Woolfest didn't disappoint, although the Ceilidh band that hubby enjoyed so much wan't there. However, there was something we both enjoyed as much..
..CUkes.. Cockermouth ukulele band - a lot of folk were singing along, including me, to a good medley of Beatles, Lonnie Donegan and other 60's songs as well as traditional uke songs!
Here are some of the sights at Woolfest
I had a bit of a spend here at Colourcraft!
|Elaine was happy to show her felting efforts on my blog|
|A Herdwick sheep and her lamb|
|This is a Manx Loaghtan|
So the trip home took us past Bassenthwaite…
through some lovely scenery down past Rydal Water and into Grasmere.
I will be back tomorrow with some photos of our caravan garden and some baby birds!
Oh! and I'll show you what I bought at Woolfest!
Thanks for looking, Chris