Anyone got any scissors?

Originally posted on Chittle Chattle:

I did warn you that this blog gave me permission to write about anything and everything. So, here’s another ‘anything’. I came across this blog yesterday when I was looking for some information. The answer wasn’t on this page, but this was

Design by Satu Maaranen

There are another couple of outfits by the same designer there, so pop over and take a look if you feel so inclined.

I love the fabric. I’d love to cut it all up and rearrange it – those that have followed my #summerjournal will probably understand what I mean – but the one thing I know for certain is that I won’t be wearing any of it.

Which brings me to the point really.

When will people actually realise that because it is in the shop – it doesn’t really mean it’s wearable? And frankly, if that means that I’m an old…

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A touchy subject

Originally posted on Chittle Chattle:

If Scotland votes for independence we will still be able to call ourselves the UK. We’ll just put an ‘Un’ in front of United (Ununited)!

How long will it take Alex Salmond to change his name to Stuart?

How long will it take him to declare himself king?

I have heard that they are oiling the gates at Traquair House.

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July 21st

Originally posted on Write On:

Time to take stock!

Prompt 21

What didn’t you do this weekend that you think you ought to have done?

If you are blogging please link back to the prompt – journals – tweet, Flickr or Instagram with #summerjournal
Why not play along on Pinterest too – ask to join the group board so that you too can add your page. Links in the sidebar

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One a day

Originally posted on Creative Hotch Potch:

I’ve been continuing with a daily routine of creativity. 15 minutes a day – at least.

My postcards have continued, I’ve journalled each day this month, and I’ve also joined in with the iCAD inspiration.

Do you know about the latter? Tammy at Daisy Yellow has been posting prompts. I haven’t been following them, but I’ve used the format to expand upon a little project which will be revealed later this year. It’s still under wraps – heavily, in fact. But here is a little glimpse. Diary subscribers will learn more about it, probably tomorrow…..

097The things we do for ‘art’! Sometimes we just need a different format to take the next step. These are 3 x 5, whereas my postcards are 6 x 4.

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Daily, daily

Originally posted on Creating something every day:

I’ve been continuing with a daily routine of creativity. 15 minutes a day – at least.

My postcards have continued, I’ve journalled each day this month, and I’ve also joined in with the iCAD inspiration.

Do you know about the latter? Tammy at Daisy Yellow has been posting prompts. I haven’t been following them, but I’ve used the format to expand  upon a little project which will be revealed later this year. It’s still under wraps – heavily, in fact. But here is a little glimpse. Diary subscribers will learn more about it, probably tomorrow…..

097The things we do for ‘art’! Sometimes we just need a different format to take the next step. These are 3 x 5, whereas my postcards are 6 x 4.

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