Hi WWWers, i hope you are having a super lovely bank holiday weekend. G is off work this weekend and i am switching off the computer. I am hoping for freckles, giggles and full tummies by Tuesday :-)
April has been a busy month, the blog has been getting really busy with the wedding season and i have some gorgeous weddings to share with you over the coming weeks. We have had some nice family times, i turned 27 last week, we made cakes, have been for walks in the woods and bicycle rides around the lakes. Wow so perfect, i adore Spring…
How is it Sunday again already? Time is flying by, i still cannot believe WWW is 3 now. Madness!!
This week i grabbed some pretty stocks G brought for me and we went for a walk. We were silly with the camera, which was fun. Isn’t it lovely to finally have that sunshine on our skin?
This week has been a bit of a reflective one for some reason. G has gotten me out of the front door and into the fresh air and countryside. Oh and i remembered my camera :-)
We went for a walk in the woods and for a bike ride, double yay!
Wasn’t that glimmer of sunshine wonderful? Come on Spring, we are so ready for you…
Happy Easter! I hope you are all having a wonderful break, i have 4 family fun days and i am hoping to be relaxed and content today. I cannot wait to see A’s little face when he sees what the Easter bunny left him and am looking forward to a scrummy dinner at my parents. No pressure mum ;-) hehe.
This week i have mainly been blogging up a storm behind the scenes so i can take a long weekend. But i thought i would share my instagram round up of the month. I must admit it’s been all about food and eating out. I cannot believe this time last year i ate out for the first time in years, and this month i cannot remember how many times i ate out hehe.
I have spoken before about my new craft projects i have undertaken. But i thought today i’d dedicate a proper post to it, especially as many of you are crafty DIY lovers like me ;-)
As i child i have always been creative, enjoying art lessons, learning to cross stitch and sew. I completed my art AS level, but didn’t move onto A2 as i didn’t enjoy being marked for my art work. I used to get frustrated i couldn’t paint to a certain ability, using screen printing instead. I forgot the joy of making things, from scratch.
When i was expecting A, i wanted to learn to knit and tried knitting a scarf, i did a little but gave up. Before Christmas i took it up again and finished it. I have been proudly wearing my cosy, wobbly raspberry scarf all winter. It’s the best feeling ever.
Thanks to my addiction to Mollie Makes Magazine i found a fab embroidery template, which i then completed onto a tea towel during the Olympics in the summer. I daren’t use it as a tea towel sadly, but am looking forward to framing it and hanging it in our new home when the time comes. I learnt so much about stitching from doing this, i really enjoyed it. I definetly want to do some more embroidery soon, quite possibly with my own illustration.