Photos of St Barnabas from Dec 2010, taken from my bedroom window. The snow melted, then came back.
My friend Ali asked me to make her some felt Christmas tree decorations, so I made myself some too! I’m most pleased with how they came out (and so was Ali).
Photos of St Barnabas from Nov 2010. This month saw it all; sun, fog, sunsets and snow!
I have just added a whole new batch of items to my shop made with the lovely floral fabrics I bought a short while ago. I’ve currently only made one each in the different floral fabrics below, but please contact me if you want to buy something which has sold and I’ll let you know if I make one especially for you!
Furry pencil cases with googly eyes just added to my shop! They measure about 18cm x 13cm (under the fur)!
Photos of St Barnabas from October 2010, two quite different days weather wise.
These cute little 7cm square cards are made from hearts punched from a selection of glittery, shiny and shimmery card, with floral sequins and bead detailing. They are ideal for gift tags or miniature greeting cards.
These A6 cards are made from layers of lace and tissue paper which was then painted with metallic paints, ink, glitter and PVA glue before adding beads, sequin and ribbon detailing. I stitched the outsides so everything stays together. Every card is unique, of which there are eight.
I caught the moon sneaking over St Barnabas early yesterday morning, plus an interesting shadow of my house as the sun came up behind.
I thoroughly enjoyed designing and making these floral felt brooches. I used my Cuttlebug to cut out a large selection of shapes in various colours, then spent hours layering them up in different ways before coming to a final choice. They were then embellished with embroidery thread, sequins and seed beads.
A weekend visit to Hadleigh Rare Breed Centre to see the goats, sheep, pigs and more!
Photographs taken of the ruins of old St Margaret’s Church in Hopton On Sea, Norfolk, dating back to the 14th and 15th century. The church was burnt down in 1865 and has stood abandoned ever since.
Photographs take during a walk along the beach from Hopton On Sea to Gorston on Sea.
I got a couple of lovely photos of the sunset through St Barnabas stained glass window yesterday.
There are two types of fishing net to be found in Old Leigh.
Photos taken in my garden on 14th June.
The weather wasn’t great yesterday, but I took a few photos of the boats down in Old Leigh anyway. I decided on black and white in the end as it made the sky look much more foreboding!
Photos taken in my garden on 10th June.
Photos taken in my garden on 6th June.
A few photographs taken whilst on my holidays in Whitby, Yorkshire.