One of my projects last week was to make new a very tatty lampshade.
I have a collection of used stamps and I have loads that I have accumulated that are no use in my collection, so the new project began.
After the laborious job of soaking the stamps of the paper of the envelopes, it was a fun and satisfying thing to do.
What do you think?
Now for the job of restoring the lamp base! 🙂
As you may know, I kinda like wooden spoons.
Some for cooking
and some for looking at and admiring.
I found this one on the market for just £1.00, not for cooking I don’t think!
I might have a go at painting it and hang it on the wall 🙂
I Hope you all had a fabulous Christmas, we did. We spend the last few days doing some home improvements which were long over due.
Improving our working environment started in October and then came to a halt because of work commitments, so it was all hands on deck to finish what we had started!
We had these shelves made from shelving we bought with us from our old house, so we decided to re-use it to save money.
They are so fab!
Over the fire place we’ve hung some outsider art bought from Barrington Farm which is a centre for adults with learning difficulties here in Norfolk.
We now have a comfortable and improved working environment that we are happy with! 🙂
Wishing you all a very happy and simple New Year 🙂
It’s very festive here at Hillside Lodge. It’s so nice when Christmas eve finally arrives.
There’s nothing more festive than making a fruit cake!
To everyone who watches my blog and all your family and friends, I wish you peace and joy this Christmas 🙂