Monthly Archives: March 2008

Not much time, but a link added to my blogroll

have a look at this lovely blog:  Penelope’s Pitstop.

News on Oliver:  he’s not doing too bad, but there have been a few complications last night and today.  Still, we are remaining very positive, he’s a strong wee thing.

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Despite my best intentions, life just seems to keep getting in the way at the moment

I managed to do a tiny bit of crafting last week, and yesterday rushed off to get a few bits and pieces as one of my friends was due over for an early supper, unfortunately no sooner had I left the house then Guy rang me to say that my godson (expected in the middle of May) had made a very, very early appearance into the world – my best mate therefore needed me pronto.

I fortunately managed to get hold of Vicki, and then fled for the hospital to see them, finally getting home around 10.30’ish last night.

The news is that Oliver, although classed as extremely critically premature, is doing quite well – he’s so very, very tiny and has a very big mountain to climb, but fingers crossed.  Poor Di faired quite badly in the whole thing, and not unsurprisingly looked truly awful, but she’s keeping positive about the whole thing (for those of you who’ve read my blog for a long time, you will probably remember that just over a year ago, we nearly lost Di in a horrible riding accident as well, so this is just another hurdle in life).


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Long time no blog/craft

50th Card for Lisa

sorry folks, I’ve been M.I.A. – life just got way too hectic to be able to cope with blogging – in fact, I’ve not even crafted for weeks now.

A frenzy of activity yesterday produced this 50th Birthcard (which was a commission for one of my work pals).


Filed under All me me me, Base Camp, Card, Cricut, English Paper Co, Prism

Mum’s card


just a quick post of my card to the Parental Control.

BG Periphery Paper; Woodware clear stamp set; K&Co 3-d stickers; Petals & Possibilities metal letters; Nestabilities dies; COPIC Markers and Sakura pens


Filed under Basic Grey, Card, COPIC, Markers and Colouring, Palette Ink