Well I was missing in action last week - just not enough time and I have a note from my mum :-)
Anyway my desk?Work space first as that's what you're here for - and if you're interested in any more then you can read on :-)
I am still mainly working on stuff for the Christmas Fair - I really don't think I want to do this again - it has filled every spare moment - and I fear that it is late in the day and I'm going to get left with loads of stuff!!!
Have had a bit of a tidy up actually as it was getting out of control. In the box are a couple of cards I have to put the finishing touches to. In the bag some baubles that are awaiting some decoration for the Christmas Fair- not sure they will get done :-(
Below some of my makes for the Fair awaiting final touches.
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As always I have been too busy. Hence my absence last week.
Since my last visit I went to Somerset to see my mum. Took her Christmas shopping etc. Lunch with my friends, then went to Yorkshire to see my D.I.L. in the village Panto - hilarious. It was a mad , hectic weekend but we had a wonderful time. Today (Tuesday ) I went with my Aunt to a concert at B'ham Town Hall. It was to raise funds for children with cancer ( CLIC Sargent) it featured the Midlands Hospitals'Choir, a soloist- Menna Cazel Davies, Gemini Brass, Organist, Bournville Strings ( amazing children) Guest Speaker Dr Bruce Morland - Consultant Paediatric Oncologist at Birmingham's Children's Hospital - who works closely with the CLIC Sargent team and with children and their families. It was a wonderful concert. After taking my aunt home DH and I went out for tea - 'the works Christmas do ' :-) - he is always so supportive of all my crafting endeavours and transports me and my friend's around that i take him out for Christmas :-) :-) :-)
So that was the brief version of events.
I am nearly at end of prep for the Fair and hope to resume normal service soon .
Below the Town Hall