3 May 2013


Hi all!
Not my favourite colour combo, if I'm honest, but it's the chosen theme of my friends' wedding this weekend.
I also made their wedding invitations as a wedding gift for them; they're just a bit further down the page...
Hope you're all well?

Thanks for looking xxx

2 February 2013


Apart from the wedding stationery, which was designed with the happy couple, this is the first thing I've made in over a year that I've done from scratch and with a modicum of mojo...
It's for my Mum's birthday - it's simple, only using a couple of Cuttlebug dies and folders and a few pearls, but I like it. TFL x

1 February 2013


Me again... My friends are getting married in May and I offered to make their wedding stationery for them. They had a colour scheme of burgundy and cream, but not really an idea of what style or theme they wanted. In the end, I got him to say that they would leave it up to me, but it had to be "simple and elegant, just like Karen and me"... Well, Karen's elegant, so...
It's the first creative project I've done for over a year, so I'm quite pleased with them. TFL x

30 January 2013


Just hopped around and then saw my old blog. I can't believe how much time has passed since my last post - over a year! It's been an odd year with lots of events - some good, some not so good, but I'm back in the land of the living now. Feeling better every day and even trying to drum up some good old mojo to make a birthday card for my Mum (still working on that one, though...). I ended 2011 in a new job, great company and great people, but I ended 2012 redundant! So that's not great. But I've had a month at home now and Lil G and I are much better friends, DH is less stressed and I'm feeling much better. I started 2012 with glandular fever. Terrific. And all the stories I was told about it have turned out to be fairly accurate - it totally wipes you out and takes forever to go. Almost year later, it's still there. So very tired... Oh, and Lil G has had her ears pierced. Hugely contentious issue... Daddy was dead against it; after all, she's still only 9. I get that, but I agreed to it because I thought I was clever. It took us 2 WEEKS to get the world's tiniest splinter out of her had, so there was no way she would sit and let someone stick a ruddy great needle through her ears! Turns out I'm not clever at all. We were just about to quit when the lady piercer (?) asked her how disappointed she would be if she got home, having come all the way to the shop, and hadn't got her ears done. So she gritted her teeth and had it done. Oops. Oh well, not the end of the world. Note to self, though - never underestimate your offspring. Anyway, to cut a long and boring story short, I'm back in the land of the living. Just about. Off to find some inspiration for Mum's birthday card.... See you soon. x