Monthly Archives: June 2012

The fruits of our labour

Went out to the garden this morning and discovered some pea pods and one solitary courgette. Not bad for someone who had never tried to grow vegetables before and a two year old. Advertisements

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5 minute crafting

I gave no care for the hours and hours of football on in my house at the moment. So while the England match was on last night I decided to do a little bit of crafting. And this is what … Continue reading

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Meet the veggies

So the year is progressing and our veggies are growing. Not as good as they should be, but not surprising considering the vast amount of rain we’re having at the moment. As a side effect of the rain the slug … Continue reading

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Tutorial: Chalkboard Seed Markers

For this hobby you will need: Chalkboard paint (or spray) a paintbrush some lollipop/ice cream sticks paper to protect your work suface Method Paint one side of the lollipop sticks. (You can dollop the paint on quite thickly but try … Continue reading

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Newly Added for Sale

So today I have added to Etsy: And over on Folksy you can now find:

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Announcing my new little shops!

I admit, a double-dip recession is probably not the best time to be starting up something involving what are considered optional items. But I know that if I waited I’d never get around to doing it. So, it gives me … Continue reading

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