Month: July 2017

Weekend Bake – Cherry Coconut and Almond Muffins

Weekend Bake – Cherry Coconut and Almond Muffins

When I received an email to promote a new product I jumped at the chance and had the perfect recipe to create.   The new product is Flora Flavours. The new Flora Freedom Flavours include three different varieties; Avocado and Lime, Coconut and Almond and […]

Perfect for sensitive skin.

Perfect for sensitive skin.

One thing I loved when my daughter was small was bathtime. I loved the joy she had feeling the soft bubbly water on her skin and the baby smell when she came out, after being dried. Our daughter loved a bath just before she went […]

An emotional post to write.

An emotional post to write.

Something that I have been meaning to write for a long while.  So here is my story. This begins 46 years ago.  August 1971. At the age of 6, my parents took myself and my younger brother (2) on holiday.  We stayed in Preston with […]

Exciting Bedtime Reading

Exciting Bedtime Reading

As an avid reader, I was more than excited when I was given the opportunity to review a brand new book.   On its arrival, I immediately made a coffee and sat in my chair to start to read.    I finished the same last […]

The Wedding  …. but What if?….

The Wedding …. but What if?….

Ravensburger’s newest Jigsaw is a What if?   Suitable for the upcoming months it is called ‘The Wedding’.     The photo on the front depicts the Bride’s ideal day. Everybody is getting on……. and   … the Groom is delivering his speech.  But what […]

The Good Egg Card Challenge

The Good Egg Card Challenge

I am a great believer of Random Acts of Kindness, as you can see from my recent post where I put books out for people to take.   Making someone smile and happy is really important.  It gives you the feel good factor. This is […]

A fun day out …..  The NEC Solihull

A fun day out ….. The NEC Solihull

    Saturday 1st July.  Early knock at the door.  My daughter Hannah had come to pick me up.  We were off to the Stitching Sewing and Hobbycrafts Show at the National Exhibition Centre Solihull.  To my surprise my Grandson had hitched a lift and […]

Why not try Needlepoint ?

Why not try Needlepoint ?

One of the Workshops we were involved in during our fab visit to the ICHF show at the NEC on Saturday, was run by  Tina Francis. Fantastic bubbly person whose work is beautiful. As we ran out of time Tina gave me a blank piece […]

A date for your diary …… 20th Anniversary BPCG

A date for your diary …… 20th Anniversary BPCG

2017 is the 20th Anniversary of the British Polymer Clay Guild. To celebrate the same the Guild are inviting you to Kidderminster from 10am until 4pm on 23rd and 24th September. The event is being held in an historic 19th Century carpet mill, Bondsworth Mill, […]

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