Tuesday, March 24, 2015


I've started up my other blog again over at What Are You Waiting For? (Link is to the right on my sidebar).  I would love for you to have a visit and read how I am going about leading a simpler life.

Some quick baking before work this morning, white chocolate muffins and rat bait for school snacks.

Saturday, January 31, 2015


So.... After going back and forth about how to tackle PL this year (or if I was even going to do it) I made a decision that is right for me.  I'm taking more of a hybrid approach this year, making the most of my digital supplies and using up my physical supplies also.  There will be no more buying physical supplies as I have so many and simply not enough room.

Over the last year my digital stash has gotten huge.  I now have my favourite designers that I tend to buy from but I do need to cut back on what kits I buy and be a little more selective.



WEEK 2 page 1

WEEK 2 page 2

WEEK 2 insert 1

WEEK 2 insert 2

Monday, January 26, 2015


Here are some of the finished digital PL pages from 2014.  I hope to be finished with the year very soon.

week 38

week 39

week 40

week 41

week 42

week 43

week 44

week 45

2015 - TIME TO BEGIN AGAIN......

Hello out there, that's if you are still with me.  It's been a long time since I've blogged, in fact over 4 months.  To be honest I wasn't going to blog anymore, I've hinted on and off for a while about not feeling like it, but what do you know?  I now really want to blog.

So as you know this blog is for mostly craft, I really want to keep it that way so I guess sometimes there won't be a lot happening worth blogging about if I'm really busy with that thing called life.  One thing I have kept doing on a weekly basis, though not necessarily up to date, is my PL (Project Life). That went through a few changes also at the end of last year as I was trying to decide whether to go all digital for 2015 or hybrid.  Hybrid won out I'm pleased to say but I have been finishing of the last few months of 2014 digitally due to craft time issues.

I'm so happy to be back, I just hope there are still a few of you around to read what I'm up to.

So lets start with today, I wanted to make up a few cards to keep around for when needed, what prompted me to do this is when in Adelaide last week I bought some lovely flowers and wanted a thank you card to go with them for the lovely lady we stay with.  Anyway, the card was a small plain one with just thank you on it and a small decoration and they were asking $9 for it.  I decided to just say thank you in person as I simply couldn't justify the price for something so plain.

So I pulled out a heap of stuff from my stash and made these cards up, I hope to do some birthday cards too but can't find my happy birthday stamp so they will have to wait.

These cards are so simple to make just a doily, stitching, baker's twine, fabric strip, tags, stamp and fabric butterfly.  I think this one is my favourite.

This card is similar but I added an arrow paper clip for some interest.

I tried a patterned paper background on this card and I don't mind it even though I'm not really a floral person.

Before I could assemble the cards I needed to make some tags and fabric butterflies, out came the Big Shot which hasn't seen light of day for some time.

Thanks for staying with me and I'll be back tonight with an update on PL.

Sunday, October 12, 2014


So much has happened in the last month and a half, a bloggy break was needed by me to really sort out if I will continue to blog or not sighhhhhh.  Have I come to a decision?  hmmm not sure but I have decided to take it post by post and see if my love of documenting comes back or just simply disappears.

Project Life has taken a huge hit too and I am so far behind that I don't even feel that I can catch up before the end of the year.  I am trying to catch up doing the weeks digitally as I just have lost the enthusiasm to scrapbook traditionally.

I am still crafting and loving what I am making, I'm trying to finish off some projects and I've taken on some new ones.  These cross stitches by Nene Thomas just had to jump into my shopping cart before she retires for good.

So these are definitely a long term project, I have begun the last one and boy I've realised I need glasses.

I've been making these pretties from vintage fabrics, they were for our local arts and crafts market coming up over the warmer months but due to a lot of reasons, I will no longer be attending.

I am still crocheting and quilting but I also now work 3 jobs in the craft industry but out of the home which keeps me super busy atm.

more updates soon.......................

Saturday, August 23, 2014


After I lost my caravan studio to Dan I sold lots of my mixed media supplies as I had no room to store them.  Over the last few days I have wanted to play but now with limited safely tucked away supplies I just couldn't be bothered trying to find what I was after.
Last night I was browsing emails and came across a new subscription for digital mixed media called M3 available from The Lilypad.  Well it took a whole few seconds to decide to join up and start making.

So here are my first attempts at mixed media without the mess.

 I started placing them in a book this afternoon, so much fun.

Monday, August 11, 2014


I have spent this morning trying to clean up my craft space, the main problem is lack of room now I don't have my caravan studio anymore.  While tidying I came across some forgotten projects (in fact way too many of them) and made the decision to finish a few off.

I'm embarrassed to say how many I actually have but have posted a couple on here that I want to work on to begin with.  If I pull them all out I'll jump from one to the other and not complete anything so I'm facing up to it and working only on these projects for the time being.

Wish me luck :)

Sunday, August 10, 2014

PROJECT LIFE - wks 24 to 27

Gosh I've been so slack in showing anything lately.  This year I have really struggled to keep posting on my blogs.  I really want to but always seem to have other things to do and just don't get around to it.

I will try harder over the next few months and see if I can get into some kind of a rhythm.





Sunday, July 20, 2014


I bought Tula's book 6 month's ago and I have finally started my own quilt-a-long with it.  Last week I sat down and nutted out a few things concerning my sampler.  I am using one of my favourite colour combinations of red, grey and aqua and when it comes to size, I have no idea.  I do want to make all 100 blocks so depending on the size of the sashing, the quilt will probably be a large one.

Last week I made up the first 3 blocks.

Today I completed blocks 4 and 5

Oh this quilt is going to be so pretty, I can't wait to make more blocks.

If you want to play along I have started a Flickr group here