Monthly Archives: January 2011

Dressed for day fifty four

I’m on day fifty four today so by my reckoning I’m just over a seventh of the way through my challenge. I’m really enjoying it so far and I hope you’re all liking the blog updates. If you are why … Continue reading

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Dressed for picking up the Haggis

I look quite serious today, I think it’s because I could do with going back to bed for a couple of hours. Isla and I have been busy today starting with a trip to the cinema, on to Dirty Sue’s … Continue reading

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Dressed for the Ballet

Just got back from a basin full of ballet with Mum, we went to the Ballet Exhibition at the Lowry followed by Cinderella. We’ve had a great evening and Mum even stepped into photographer mode to take my shot. Talking … Continue reading

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Dressed for Centre Cafe

Friday is always a good day in work, partly because it’s Centre Cafe day. Every week a group of young people, under the careful supervision of the gorgeous Pam, offer us a lovely choice of meals. Today I opted for … Continue reading

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Dressed for an anti climax

Here I am with a gap where my copy of The Advertiser should be, but for the first time ever it’s not been delivered yet! I ran through the door to see the article in the flesh, only to be … Continue reading

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Dressed for cutting out

Wow it’s Wednesday already and I’m back at sewing. Tonight I’ve mainly been cutting out and here I am cutting out Isaac’s hoody. I’ve also swapped a few buttons on Melissa’s cardigan just to sparkle it up a little bit, … Continue reading

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Dressed for chocolate

Now normally it’s Mondays that bother me, as you know, but today I’ve felt a little out of sorts all day. The only thing for it was to finish work early and seek solace in chocolate. I demolished a pack of Munchies … Continue reading

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Garden of Beaden Bag

My very talented friend, Melissa, makes the most beautiful jewellery out of handmade polymer clay beads. Each polymer clay bead is personally designed, hand rolled, baked for 30 minutes to harden and hand varnished before being left to thoroughly dry … Continue reading

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Princess White Bag

You may have heard me talk about Princess White in my Make Do Not Spend blogs. Princess White is my super glamorous running partner and my consultant on all things hair and make up related. I knew that I wanted … Continue reading

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Personalised Drawstring Bags

Drawstring Bags These are just a couple of the drawstring bags I made for Paula’s Christmas order. They are ideal for kids going to nursery or school. These just have the child’s initials on but I can do whatever design … Continue reading

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