Thursday, May 21, 2015

Adventures on the road

Big apologies but I am way way behind with my adventures. A combination of long hours, tons of travelling, poor hotel wifi have all made a contribution

I have now made it back to the UK after a horrendous journey( but what else would you expect) and so be prepared for an onslaught of blogging from me.

It will probably be mostly pictures with just a few words to make it more manageable!

I'm starting way back in mid April with The Papercraft clubhouse

I'm sure all store owners feel like this when I leave lol

Then after a mad, work filled week at Ranger, it was off to Baltimore to The Queens Ink.

This was the state of the store, lol !!!
Sorry about that…

Enjoy xx


Sue said...

I smiled the whole way through the pictures! My favorite one is the decorated Kitchen Roll (and I can hear you say "kitchen roll" as I type it!) And my second favorite is the face with the "feathery" yarn around it. Totally COOL! I may have to remember that for the next class I take from you!

Carol McCready said...

Great pics. Love those two new skirts!

The Enchanted Sage said...

Thank you for sharing what looked like such a fun and inky time! One question..I adore your fashion style..where do you find such beautiful skirts?

The Enchanted Sage said...

Thanks for sharing what looked like such a fun and inky time! I adore your fashion aesthetic..where can I find those beautiful and flowy skirts?

Caroline D. said...

It sure looks like you had a lot of fun along the way (even with the long hours). Your classes are always so much fun so I know everyone had a good time. Thanks for sharing all the photos... I enjoyed seeing them! I hope you get some good rest before you head out on your tour of Germany.

sara j said...

Just seeing this makes me smile! The yellow and green skirts you wore in Baltimore are FABULOUS!!!

Kyla said...

Looks like great fun. Especially seeing your fabulous skirts. Can I ask where you source them?

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