Hello my bloggy friends!
I have been away for 2 WOYWWs - ha, ha it seems that time is now measured in WOYWWs! I was in England visiting my DBF - it was his birthday so lots of stuff was going on - a few parties, went to London to see David Hockneys exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts and also an enjoyable evening at the Queens Theatre with Les Miserables....one day went down to Hastings for the famous fish and chips and a few trips to crafty shops! Also went through a horrible cold! Huh!
I haven't managed to do much crafting since I came back as I had to jump into full time ( rather overtime) work plus I have physiotherapy every day for the next couple of weeks - soooooo painful! But I guess if I still want to be able to walk I better be good!
Anyway let me show you a few things on my desk.....
Yes what you see there are the TH Distress Markers - by some luck I was able to purchase them and bring them back home with me - all sorts of crafty bits and bobs on show - I was quite happy with my shopping ha, ha....
Here is another closer look...
This is a shot of my desk this morning - a bit of a mess - I made a card for a friend who was celebrating becoming an honorary professor but of course I forgot to take a picture of the card! Huh!
And now a few photos from my galavanting around England....David Hockneys exhibition.... love, love, love the colors!!!!
Fortnum and Mason....bought a jubilee tea caddy - ha, ha very turisty! Boooo say the English! I can here you.....still the stuff they have in there - I could buy the whole shop!
Hastings....... love this little girl strutting down the beach....
and a view of the burnt down pier......
and as last two cards I made before I left.....one is a Valentines card my daughter wanted me to make for her boyfriend with NO pink or red! How hard is that to make?????? Valentines and nothing red or pink??? Madness....but I did it!
And a card for one of my friends in England......it is something I will enter into the Crafty Individuals challenge - Spring!
And yes spring has come we have lovely sunshine and quite warm too - not even any frost on the car this morning!
Have a lovely day - a lovely week - enjoy the snoop around the desks - that will be my only job today when I get home - desk hoping!
Lots of hugs to everybody,
PS: I went to Crafty Individuals blog for the challenge and the collection is already closed - ha, ha missed that one then - never mind I knew I was late but didn't realise I was too late!
Your cards are gorgeous. Glad you enjoyed your visit to England - fish and chips in Hastings is always good for a day out. (Hazel, WOYWW #5) xReplyDelete
Looks like you had a great visit to England. Thanks for sharing your pics.ReplyDelete
Looks like you've had a great time in the uk and visited lots of places.You can't come to uk without going craft shopping either l;oving those pens they are enxt on my list!ReplyDelete
Love the beautiful spring card.Have fab wednesday
Hugs marleen #60.
Stunning cards! and I can see Sir Timmie's distress markers on your desk, whoop whoop!!! Would love to see your creations with them, glad you enjoyed your fish & chips, Have a good week, Hugs May x x x xReplyDelete
Glad you had a good trip over here - looks like you packed a lot in. Very jealous of your distress markers - that looks like the full set...!! Helen, 32ReplyDelete
lucky you to have the new distress markers,sounds like you enjoyed your visit over here,happy crafting,xReplyDelete
It looks like you had a great time on your visit, sorry to hear you picked up a cold. Your desk looks fabulous. I think those distress markers are going to be all the rage. Great cards! Bummer you missed the one challenge deadline.ReplyDelete
Yes, our time is being measured in WOYWW, it's no longer just Wednesday for me any longer, now it's a time to sit all day on my backside and blog hop, HA! waving hi from the hills of North Carolina :)ReplyDelete
Oh no boot from me, I'm a sucker for a great souvenir, and if it can be useful as well, so much the bettere! You managed to visit Fortnums on a day when there was no traffic by the look of it!! You seem to have got home for a reset..apart from the physio..ouch! Be good and do the exercises though, heed to be able to walk!!ReplyDelete
glad you had a good holiday over here, I must try and get to the hockney exib.ReplyDelete
Glad to hear you had a nice little holiday. Thanks for sharing your pics along with you lovely cards.ReplyDelete
What a fabulous trip you have had to England. And I love all those goodies on your desk! I especially like that last card, the Happy Birthday one with the lace. Happy WOYWW!ReplyDelete
What a fab workspace ... all those lovely goodies! I'm a HUGE Les Miserables fan ... seen it five times (but only once in London) and it is my favourite show EVER! You enjoy your Jubilee Tea Caddy and I don't say Booooo at all! Happy Crafting. Debbie #89ReplyDelete
oh oh oh jealous I am, I have not yet been to see the Hockney expo - and so many of my friends have and say it is AHMUAZING,ReplyDelete
I will will will go sooon, glad you are back, miss your desk when it is absent...
Gorgeous cards. I can't wait to get my hands on TH distress markers! FAb pics too. Happy Thursday to you, hope you enjoy this week's snoop around the oh so creative spaces & take care. Zo xx 83ReplyDelete
I'm jealous ... you already have the Distress markers.. mine haven't come in yet... have a great dayReplyDelete
Sounds like you had a great holiday. Love Fortnums window - never plucked up courage to go inside, always think they will realise I'm not rich and throw me out ha ha.ReplyDelete
Hi Dolores, glad you enjoyed your trip to England, 2 great outings to the DH exhibition and Les Mis. Yes keep up with the physio.ReplyDelete
Your cards are gorgeous. I am glad you had a great time whilst in the UK and I do hope your physio goes well for you [[hugs]].ReplyDelete
Have a great WOYWW and a fab week, Luv Karen xx