It's nothing amazing, but I love it! It looks very shabby chic but it's sturdy and it only cost £3.99.
When I first saw it I could envision it with lit tea lights on a big wooden garden table on a warm summers evening.
Ian, being a typical guy with a practical mind, could see it also on a wooden garden table on a warm summers evening, but filled with ketchup bottles and the like. Great idea but not exactly the look I envisioned. Heehee....
This will go in our box under the bed, where we store all our little finds until we have our first home together : )
I cannot believe Friday is here already, these days it feels like the weekend always around the corner!! It's been a busy week work wise which I am always grateful for and had a lovely little custom order from a customer. She wanted a different colour to the usual style and a & sign. I think it works really well.
Tonight we plan on having a little date night. For us we usually spend our Friday night at home keeping cosy and watch a movie or something, so going out will be a nice change. Finding a cute outfit and painting my nails are on my to do list.
The plan for the rest of the weekend is more baby robin watching, long walks, making homemade pesto (no nuts!), homemade pizza with pesto, lie ins, baking, Hobby Craft and lots of Crochet.
My giant granny is coming along nicely (no - I am not trying to fatten my nan up haha!). I'm on my 50th round now and it's big but not big enough. My plan for it is to have it as a sofa blanket so it doesn't necessarily need to be huge, just enough to cover my toes when I'm curled up on the sofa. As everyone one says who makes these, I love the way it drapes over me and keeps me warm whilst i'm doing each round.
I'm starting to think about how I can finish it off border wise and which colour to use. Red or purple are my strongest colours so it's between those, and as for the border I'm thinking about keeping it simple. It's something I'll have to research.
Anyway I hope you all have a beautiful weekend!