Just a few days ago we waved goodbye to the longest day of the year -
that means the nights will soon be drawing in and before you know it...Christmas!
WAIT! Hold on a minute!! We haven't had Summer yet -
I've yet to remove my cardigan this year!
But, just in case you are seriously organised and like to prepare early
for Christmas I'm guessing you may have caught the new Spellbinders®
Christmas dies on Create and Craft.
They are very lovely and I can confirm I've been playing with
them for a while (including making up those die display boards that you see on TV) -
I cannot share my projects just yet but hopefully soon.
Also, I hope to be stocking the new festive dies in a month or so.
So what else?
Quick update on Elliott - Kings have decided he
will need much stronger growth medication for his daily injections so that has to be
ordered in. We hope to be back at Kings again this week once it arrives.
In between, Mitchell has started making plans for the charity event I mentioned
a while back (getting him trained you see!)
I will soon have an event date for the studio/shop, details of a kit that be purchased
at the shop and online. Also a raffle - every event needs a raffle!
Some lovely crafty prizes being donated - more news soon.
You might not realise this but I'm even getting Bella trained up to help ;)
Talking of charity - I want to say huge thanks to Elaine Wainwright.
Elaine took part in Race for Life - she dedicated her race in support of Elliott and
he was massively impressed to see his name written under Elaine's race number.
Elaine has also offered to raise money for Ronald McDonald House.
Heartfelt thanks from us all (that includes Bella too!)
Seeing as I've mentioned Christmas (and hopefully you haven't keeled over in shock!)
I thought I would post a favourite Christmas project of mine
from a while back. I like to think it isn't too traditional -
in fact it doesn't feature any Christmas dies at all!
The beauty of Spellbinders dies is their versatility for different occasions.
Take care friends and thank you all for stopping by -
I hope to get back to daily posting soon.