Saturday, January 2, 2016
It's not you, it's me.
I have changed, everything has changed.
Things just aren't the same with us anymore.
I can't communicate with you the way I used to.
I still love you and I still care about you but it's time for me to move on.
I won't be going far but I need to leave you behind and start afresh.
You are always welcome to visit and I hope we can stay friends because......
I'm going to have so much fun at my new place!
Please come and see me at A Confetti Life where lots of random pieces will be thrown about!
Monday, June 29, 2015
Yes it's been a while but you are welcome to come
in and see my new home.
Although it is over 100 years old it is in great condition
and it is just perfect for me.
There are no new, modern doors in this house.
The crooked walls are the perfect place for
displaying vintage pieces.
There are weird little nooks and ledges everywhere.
An orange tree is almost ready to be stripped of her fruit.
The kitchen is tiny but so very cozy.
The front gate welcomes me home with all its character.
It also appears that the cat is settling in too.
Love my new home and can't wait to show you more!
PS. I can't find my camera again so these are photos from my instagram
account. I will find my camera soon but in the meantime
follow along on instagram for more photos of my dream home.
PPS Thanks for sticking around I know it's been a long time
since I've posted here xxx
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Hi and welcome to the Creative Challenge Link Party.
I have been very distracted lately and didn't get
around to reminding the challengers
that the link was going up up today
so I do apologise and hope that their
heads are a lot more level than mine at the moment
and they remember that today is the day!
The next Creative Challenge won't be until May
so I look forward to more joining in then .
PS My bigcartel shop still has a few patterns for 1/2 price
read here for what is going on.
Saturday, March 21, 2015
Things have changed for me over the last couple
of years and I have changed too.
After much thought I have decided to close my pattern business.
My circumstances have changed and I will soon be
moving to a much smaller home
so I thought this was as good time as
any to make some life changes.
All of my remaining patterns in my bigcartel shop
will be half price until sold out.
I won't be reprinting any.
I will only be posting within Australia.
I have some new ideas for my shop that I hope to
get going once I settle into my new place.
Something I hope that will bring a little sparkle
back into my life and hopefully into yours.
My blog will stay as is as I still need to craft
even if I do have to put on a brave front.
Thanks to all who have supported me and sold
or made my designs it has been so much fun.
Thank you xxx
Monday, March 16, 2015
You'll love this!
Tim tam rocky road is delicious
even if I do say so myself.
It's not a very cheap recipe but it makes a lot
and because it's so rich you really can't eat that
much of it anyway but you could try.
You will need ~
2 x 375g pkts of Choc Melts
1 pkt of raspberry tim tams roughly chopped
3 x 55g Turkish Delight
1 cup chopped pistachios
1 cup shredded coconut lightly toasted
1 pkt mini marshmallows
Melt the choc melts in a large bowl over
a saucepan of simmering water.
Let it cool slightly before throwing all the
other ingredients in and mix well.
Spread into a greased and lined 18 cm x 28 cm slice pan.
You can make a thinner version by using two tins
and dividing the mix in half .
I prefer the smaller pieces but that's just me.
Refrigerate until firm.
Thursday, March 12, 2015
With Easter speeding towards us I thought
I would round up a few of my Easter craft projects
here so you can get a head start on that bunny.
Fabric Carrots tutorial here.
Crepe paper carrots filled with popcorn here.
Beautiful and easy fabric daffodils here.
Shabby placemats and coasters here.
Some quick and easy craft for the kids here.
I'll be looking for more great Easter craft on
Pinterest in the next few days and I'll share
some more links here.
See you again soon!
Sunday, March 8, 2015
Do you scrabble around in the bottom
of your bag for your comb
and when you eventually find it it has all sorts
gunk over it?
Or is that just me?
Anyway I've been meaning to make a cover
for ages so I thought you might like to make one too.
First cut out one strip of fabric 20" long x 3" wide.
The size depends on the comb you will be using
just be sure not to make it too snug because
it would be a pain to be able to finally find your comb
and then not be able to get it out of the cover.
Once you have turned it right side out and pressed it
fold it in half and press it again.
Now just stitch down the two long sides.
Just pop your comb in and it will be so much easier (and cleaner)
to find in the bottom of your handbag.
These don't take a lot of fabric so they would be great for
Mother's Day stalls wrapped in celophane with a pretty comb.
or just for you!
Don't forget the Creative Challenge sign ups close today.