The sun was shining yesterday and although there was so many things
I should have been doing (shop door did get painted but could do with another coat!)
I decided a day at the seaside was in order. We piled into the car -
myself, Elliott, Mitchell (his girlfriend too) and not forgetting Bella!
Whitstable was our destination and it was glorious.
Whitstable is famous for its oysters and they have put in place a recycling point for oyster shells!
It seems they are doing a grand job.
The town is quaint and full of lovely little shops and restaurants.
We discovered this particular eatery!
We had lunch outside the Tudor Tea Rooms ('outside' because Bella was with us!)
Everyone that walked by stopped to make a fuss of her, she totally stole the show
and was very happy.
We all had a lovely time and when I got home I felt energised enough to
do my garden, something that was well overdue.
Elliott is progressing well with his mask at home - I feel we can surround him
with positively and by taking little steps we will eventually get there.
I will be announcing the winning number for the September Charity Add-On Kit within
the next couple of days - just a tiny delay as I've just received in a couple more orders.
The lucky winner will be selecting 6 stamp sets from Waltzing Mouse Stamps!
Look out - October Charity Add-On Kit is nearly finalised thanks to my little workers (aka family!)
Now, as I've talked about seaside and sunshine how about a Christmas tag?!
Yes, I'm still sharing projects that I created for Make Christmas Cards magazine.
A simple design using Labels Four for the outer tag shape and also for the
green criss-cross paper. Wrapping a tiny piece of lace to the bottom section
(never throw little pieces of lace/ribbon away!)
Classic Hearts and Create A Flake complete the design.
Take care friends and I do hope there is a little bit of sunshine in your day today -
it makes a world of difference.