Showing posts with label london. Show all posts
Showing posts with label london. Show all posts

7 Jun 2017

We Are Not Afraid


 

I make quite a few journal pages, but usually they are  personal and just for me. I did not plan anything for this page, I just took out my London  stamps and my watercolours and created from the heart. London is my home, and after I made this page today I felt I needed to share it. 

  

I would like to share with
Stamping Sensations use your favourite stamp - my London stamps are my favourite at the moment.

21 Feb 2017

Fortnum and Masons Windows

 

Fortnum and Masons windows have some beautiful decorations in their windows this month.
So I thought I would share them.

 

Look at these gorgeous butterflies!

 

Beautiful birds!

 

They had these divine Easter Eggs in store too!

 

Fortnums is  always so lovely !

 

18 Sep 2016

Crafting at Alexandra Palace

The view over London was a bit misty.

Myself and my Mother went to the Craft Show Ally Pally yesterday. it was very, very cold quite a change from the last few hot humid days!

We decided to go so I could meet the Indigoblu team.I was a little nervous to meet them, but Kay, Jenny and Alfie were all so lovely and very kind, hugs all round! I tend to worry that maybe the things I make are not good enough, especially when compared to all of the talented artists out there.

They were very complimentary about my little whatnots, so I feel reassured that I am doing them justice. I am so very lucky and honoured to be on their International Design Team.


With Kay
 
 

With Jenny.
I also met up with the lovely Sue who has recently joined the Indigoblu team, but we both forgot to take photos!
 
 


Here you can see the beautiful Rose stained glass window in the hall.
It was very, very busy in the hall!
 

The Indigoblu stand was wonderfully busy with all of the Indigoblu fans.
My favourite canvas by Elizabeth Robinson was on display
(near the top right in the photo)
 

Gorgeous works on show!
 
 

My Indigoblu goodies I bought.
 

I really enjoyed seeing the very talented Sandra's work on the Inkylicious stand.

 

There was a stand there called "Every Craft a Pound" I couldn't get close but my mum struggled in and got some goodies for me which I had spotted from afar! A frame, chipboards, foam pads, cards!

I won't be able to use my goodies for a while, as this Tuesday I am having an op on a finger on my right hand (I am right handed), but I will be thinking up all sorts of ideas for when I can craft again, which will hopefully be soon.

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