Saturday, 2 February 2008

Found my charger

I had a brainwave yesterday. Well actually it was quite obvious when you think about it. I had plugged the darned thing into the surge protected adapter that the computer is on and forgotten all about it. So my charger was never lost but just moved. I blame the hormones.

The last few weeks have seen us as a family really settle into our new home. I have started to craft again. Did go through a bit of a dry spot there for a little while but everything seems to be coming full circle.

I am so glad to be blogging again. Really missed it. Didn't feel the same without pictures so here I am. I have lots to share, but first things first.

Last year on UKS I took part in a fabby altered project called Just a Stamp. Basically this was a CJ with a difference. I then moved house and caused massive delays to everyone one the group. They were very understanding about my predicament. As they say, all's well that ends well and so I sent the CJs to the next person and eventually mine came to me. Here in pictures is the thing itself. Well worth the wait in my opinion. There are some fantastic interpretations of the stamp that was sent with my CJ.

I want to thank everyone for taking part so
PIP, Julie, Cara, Tree, Jean, Hannah, Efemera, Flo and Culpepper massive thanks and mucho gracias. I love my book and will treasure it forever. XXXXX


  1. looking forward to seeing the piccies....

  2. your crafts are beautiful, it is something that I know I can do, i just don't have the time to devote to it anymore. I will be doing some pictures and interesting things with some images for artwork for my new home so at some point it will pick back up. Good luck with the pregnancy, I have 5 children and 2 grandchildren, so I know how tiring it can be. Just browsing some blogs and though i would say hi, i hate it when people don't leave me comments. have a great day.

  3. it looks good... I love the one you showed me, such a good idea for a CJ.

    Durrrrr, on the not lost but moved charger ;)


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