Wow! 700! What can I say that's not been said before about our Head Desker's brilliant brainchild, What's On Your Worked Wednesday! Congratulations to you Julia! It was a brilliant idea to bring so many dedicated Desker's together on Wednesdays to show our desks (or kitchen worktops, camping tables, floors, whatever!) and chat about what we're up to, be it craft related or not.
As can be seen in my pic, I've dug out my teensy weensy die cutting machine from my craft tote. I had the good sense to pack it, along with other vital crafty necessities, before moving house. Scrapping is my relaxation so let's not think about the mountain of boxes still waiting to be unpacked ... I'm working my way through them very slowly.
Thought I'd leave you all with another photo of my new hometown, Ardrossan. It really is quite pretty on a good day but not today ... it's been blowing a gale and raining enough to warrant the building of a second ark.
We're still not set up with the internet though Openreach was supposed to be on our case on Monday ... they weren't, of course. So it's still a struggle with all things blogging but I just keep pulling on my big girls' knickers and muddle along as best I can.
Take care and have a wonderful week.
So lovely to see you on the blogs again, I missed you! I hope you’re settling in well to your new place, you planned ahead putting your craft stuff somewhere accessible! Could you let me know your new address sometime?
Hugs LLJ 6 xxx
I hope the rain has stopped now (it's started again here I can hear!) It's great that we have all made such good friends through this thing that Julia created! Happy WOYWW Helen #3
Moving is always difficult, especially to a new city. I'm amazed you were able to find your craft boxes, it would probably lake me weeks! Your new city sounds lovely - lots of neat history there (I looked it up!) I'm sure you will find lots of interesting little nooks and crannies as you explore! Have a great week, Lindart #22
Fabulous page. I open the Internet gets sorted soon and all those packing boxes! Happy WOYWW. Angela #13
Sorry the internet set up is taking so long Elizabeth. What a fab layout - the boxes can wait lol. Stay safe and Happy 700th WOYWW. Sarah #1
Hi Elizabeth lovely page and lovely to see you. Hope all is going well with the unpacking!! I treid to leave you a message last week but not sure if it went through, internet was playing up here. Could you let me have your new address? Have a good week, love n hugs Cindyxx #14
Hi Elizabeth, pleased to see you have organised the important items so you can find them easily. Everything else can get sorted as and when. Happy belated woyww. Hugs Angela x9x
A lovely page there Ellie. Good luck with the unpacking - slow but sure....Maybe you need to contact the Auction team with Christina and Will on BBC1 - they seem to make thousands with the items folks turf out of there storage boxes/ attics!!! xx Jo
Oh Elizabeth, it’s such a pleasure to have you join us! Ardrossan isn’t the only place practically underwater so not at its best, it’s been epic here too, quite awful. And the wind is ccccold! My sister lives by the sea in Bognor Regis and it seems to me that it’s always a bit more fierce on the coast! Slowly wins the day, and when you are unpacking, it becomes obvious how much you can live without doesn’t it! Canny move to have some scrapbook tools and stuff more accessible, it would be hateful not to be able to unwind. And of course, the bonus is that you’ve made some fab LOs, really like the stitched square die.
Oh what a cutey cutey die cutting machine and YES YES YES to mermaids, defo a possibility. Emailed you a reply on Bible Journaling, Hugs BJ#5
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