Mardi Gras

In the UK we tend to overlook Mardi Gras and instead mark Shrove Tuesday, which is usually accompanied by pancakes. In fact I reckon “Pancake Day,” is how it is more commonly know these days.  Mardi Gras, or “Fat Tuesday,” is … Continue reading

Tea for two

So there were flurries of snow yesterday but not quite enough for my liking. I almost made 10,000 steps but not quite. I’m wondering if there is a connection!!! For those of you who are fed up with stormy grey … Continue reading

A girl’s best friend

Another long week but I survived my ordeal in the storage unit thanks to my many layers and thermal everythings keeping me warm and toasty. It is particularly grim in the UK right now with storm after storm battering everything … Continue reading

Pink and Red with bees and hearts

As I expected, having had the week drag on and on, Saturday whizzed by and here we are already at Sunday. Over at the Stampotique Designers Challenge Blog Sue Davis is asking us to use only hues of reds and pinks. I … Continue reading

Blobs!

So it finally happened – we got snow Not masses and it doesn’t look like it will last very long but after weeks of warmth and endless rain it is good to feel a little bit wintery. In contrast, the … Continue reading

Agatha in Narnia

One of my New Year crafting resolutions was to get back into the swing of entering blog challenges on a regular basis, something that proved difficult last year when I was working away from home so often.  One challenge firmly … Continue reading

12 Days of Christmas Agathas – Day 12

So, sadly, I have reached the last of my series of postcards – the 12 Days of Christmas Agathas which alas also means it is the official last day of Christmas. Mr Beez and I have been busy taking down the … Continue reading

12 Days of Christmas Agathas – Day 11

Before I began my series of postcards – the 12 Days of Christmas Agathas, I had planned out many ideas in my head. However, for some of the days I didn’t have a clue and hoped that inspiration would strike! Day … Continue reading