Thursday, 7 May 2015

Still breezy and a Class

Hello friends

Well it's still very very windy here and it sounds like many of you are holding onto your hats!
Pleased to say the new fencing is withstanding this gusty weather, 
here it is - not quite finished as one panel still to go.
Right now Bella has the run of two gardens, my neighbours are very kind and said that's fine.
(Lilly investigating in this photo).
 Imogen is doing a quality check in this photo...
cats everywhere!
The shed looks very tatty now so I ventured out yesterday and ordered a new one.
When I next have a weekend at home I am digging up the roots of the old plants and
putting in some new shrubs and pretty plants.  
I'm not really a gardener but thankfully I've got Mum on hand!  

Craft news...
Fancy making this beautiful card (designed by Spellbinders Design Team member Loretta Lock)
and a Scalloped Pop Up Box project?

That's the class I'm tutoring at The Artistic Stamper, Faversham, Kent 
on Saturday 11 July - all the details are here and you can book online.
There's the choice of a morning or afternoon class - 
both doing the same projects as I'm there all day.

I will provide everything you need to make these two projects and
there will be lots of chatter...guaranteed!
Be lovely to see you.

Take care friends - stop by tomorrow for...FDD!


Kitty Davies said...

Morning All.
Thank you lovely card and photos. Take care Kitty.

hazel young said...

Lovely photos the fence is nice, spring does tend to drag us outdoor and we always find plenty of jobs. lovely cards xx hazel

Stamping Bubbles said...

Good morning Christine
What a pretty fence, if a fence can be described as pretty.
The card and box card are lovely too.
Enjoy your day

Jacquie said...

Morning Christine,

The fence looks fabulous, love the curved tops. Good of your neighbors not to mind Bella, bet shes having a great time lol!

Have a great day, oh fabulous cards btw!

Love & hugs

Jacquie J xxx

PharmacyMichele said...

Your fence looks very nice. The two cards look great, shame it's too far for me to attend the class.


Christine Collins said...

The fence looks lovely, perhaps you should have a dog flap put in the last one for Bella to visit next door. The cards look lovely too.
Chris xx

nattyboots said...

Hi Christine, your Garden is coming along nicely despite the gusty weather.
A beautiful card and box .
Take Care
Elaine H X

Lucycat said...

Hi Christine,
Love the cards today.
Your fence is looking great,I am sure your garden will look lovely when you get the shed etc,but gardening is hard work I don't know how you fit everything in.
I hope you have a good day. Take care. x.

Janice Wallace said...

The new fence looks really great. No wind up here, in fact it's a lovely day, so far.
Lovely cards, I enjoy making the box cards, they are fun and everyone has loved getting them
Janice W

Jean Z said...

Hi Christine. love the card and box the die on the card looks amazing, love it. love Jean Z xxx

marg said...

Good Morning Christine
The wind here was so bad had to keep all the recycle bins inside the hedge, or they would have gone sailing down the street !
Love the design of the fence!
Have fun choosing new shrubs!
Take care
Love Marg

lydia jordan said...

Morning Christine,
Lovely card projects, and the fence look good too.

Lesley Thomas said...

Everything will look super when it's done. Can't get to one of your classes, too far away.

Sandra said...

Hi Christine,
What a difference a fence makes, it looks much brighter and tidier, now come on Ms Emberson, a lick of paint you could of had a faux beach hut at the bottom of your garden, a few bags of boulders and stones and some potted grasses could have your beach theme area to relax on that gorgeous love seat! No need to buy a new shed!
Now I have to say that lawn you laid is still looking fabulous, so realistic and no mowing!
The cards on the blog today are both stunning, I would live the chance to come and craft alongside you!
Have a good day, looking forward, as always to FDD,
Sandra xxxxx

ros hodgkins said...

Hi, what a lovely fence, the closer the weave the sturdier the panel become, so you should be safe in your seats for some years to come. Are the classes free that you will be teaching? X Ros

Patricia Howarth said...

Hi Christine, I love your new fencing, and have seen these panels at my own diy stores, and would love them myself.
Your card and pop up box are gorgeous, I have these dies and will be trying out these beauties.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Bejay Roles said...

Hi Christine,
Fantastic new fence panels, very smart! Can't wait to see the new shed to match :).
As for the card and the pop-up box...they are both delightful and I'm kicking myself for living the wrong side of the country or I'd sign up in a heartbeat. We don't ever seem to get anything at all like workshops and demonstrations or craft shows where I live in Cornwall. It's almost like everyone thinks the country ends at the Tamar Bridge!! I hope you get a good turnout and have a great time. x

Janice said...

Your fence panels look fab, you'll soon be sitting in the sunshine enjoying your new look garden!
Janice x

karenlotty said...

Good to see that it's all taking shape The card and pop up box are gorgeous Shame your class is too far away for me to visit My glue tip and dies arrived today Thank you Will definitely be "playing" tomorrow afternoon!

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