Friday, 20 November 2009

BLOG AROUND THE WORLD

Welcome to my blog all the “Around the World “bloggers and all my old friends.And big thanks to Helena for setting this all up and for Heather for linking me in the blog train.

I’m afraid I haven’t been very good on the blogging front this week.I have curiously lost my mojo,.My mind is elsewhere dealing with some health issues ,so I hope my blog won’t be too much of a disappointment to the new readers.

Well here goes.

I admit it I am nosey.I love to walk my dog at that time of night ,when the curtains are still open and the lights are on.You can have a good peak into peoples life's.

Every month when I receive my copy Of Creating keepsakes ,the first page I always go to is the creative space section.I love to look at peoples scrap space/rooms.This lady has the best scrap space in the World I think.In fact the best house,its like something out of cribs.She's one lucky lady and she is also immensely talented as a scrapper.

I am also,very lucky to have plenty of room to scrap in.I have a summer scrap room,which is in my conservatory just of my kitchen.Its great to have all the doors and windows open and the light is amazing.

When we had the kitchen put in I bought a dresser cupboard to match for the conservatory to store all my scrap stash.Its great as it has plenty of space and I can just shut the doors and everything looks tidy.

The only problem has been that it can get too hot in the summer and its now too cold to work in, now winters is on its way.I work standing up mostly at this desk area.I love the big magnetic white board.Its all in it infancy and I hope to have it covered in inspiration crap soon.

We are currently in the process of converting some bedrooms into an ensuite and a winter scrapbook room for me.As soon as the plumber puts the pipes in,my husband will be building the new walls.The new wall will be where the new wood is laying on the floor. I am going to keep it simple with Ikea furniture and a wall covered with various pictures/drawing and layouts.

So at the moment I am mainly working next to my snugly Aga in the kitchen.I have been in the process of putting together my Journal your Christmas album for Shimelles new class coming up in December.

I am proud to announce its all ready up to the 31st December.I am glad I got a head start,so that the journaling will become the important bit in December.

Now I can’t go without a picture taken out of my kitchen window.Anyone who lives in the UK will know its been a tad windy this week.I live on a slight hill and we get the full impact of any winds.I struggled to put out this washing on Wednesday.

Now this blog was my first attempt at using live writer.So far I have found it very easy,so fingers crossed It will be easy to put on my blog.

So I’ll say adios now,thank you for popping in and I’ll pass you over to Tracey at http://tracyscraftycorner.blogspot.com/ hopefully in a sunny Durban ,South Africa.

24 comments:

Scrappi Sandi said...

Oh my!!!!! There will be no stopping you now!!

humel said...

Great pics, love your dresser especially :-) Thanks for sharing x

Denise said...

It all looks wonderful and I'm loving the tour round xx

scrappyjacky said...

It looks wonderful...love the way you've guided us round everything.

Christy said...

I don't think I've visited your blog before...from Shimelle's. Love it!!! Beautiful pictures. Your place is amazing! Really enjoyed your blog...I'll be back! :)

Margi said...

Love your pics, everything is so lovely and your creative space is awesome! I really enjoyed your blog.

Deb said...

What a great view of your surroundings. Your craft space looks amazing!!!

Jools said...

LOVE that kitchen. This blog has been good and bad for me!

Good to see such a variety of views. Bad because I now have home envy!

Irene said...

Lovely photos! Wish I had an aga to snuggle up to!

MarleneMAZ said...

Love all your photos. Seeing your washing blowing in the wind brings back some fun memories,lol.

Photographing Mom said...

Thanks for the visit. I like the clothes blowing in the wind!

Cheri said...

BEAUTIFUL scrap spaces you have!

Francine87544 said...

I am so envious of everyone who lives in Great Britain. At heart I'm sure I'm British. I've only visited twice but both times when I arrived I felt like I'd come home. You have a lovely house - and it will be awesome when you finish your redesign. Love your scraproom and I'd put up with the wind.

Maya said...

What an amazing space. Good luck with the remodeling, it already looks great!
Love the picture of your laundry in the wind :)

Angela2932 said...

Very beautiful layout for your scrapbooking! It all looks so organized! And I also enjoyed the photo of your clothes drying outside. My clothes drier broke this past summer, and we really enjoyed hanging our clothes outside. Now would be too cold; they'd turn into ice!

elinjanne said...

Thanks for the tour around a wonderful place. Love your conservatory and I really miss the upportunity to hang the cloths outside to dry.
-elin-

Michele said...

Looks like you've really mastered Live Writer and the photos are all really great! Daren't put my washing out in this wind though - it might just take off. Love the kitchen!

Tracy said...

I love all your pictures, your home is gorgeous!

Melissa said...

What a gorgeous scrap space. Thanks for sharing.

Heather said...

That is an amazing and light space, I love it. I also have pictures of laundry like that LOL! Thanks for the links and I think that Jana does indeed have an perfect work space. thank you xx

Willow and Wattle said...

wow, wonderful place for a room!

domestic goddess said...

hi hun
loving your blog! so nice to see photos of your house as well
hugs
anna xx

JJ Sobey said...

your conservatory looks like a wonderful place to sit and read!

Carrie/scrapchick said...

Nice scrap area! TFS your views!

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