Sunday Round-Up

Watcha Crafty, Arty Girls and Boys, how are you all doing today? Up to anything creative or maybe you are planning some out and about time with loved ones?

It’s a full day of work for me today, such is the life of a freelancer, but least I enjoy what I do! 

I did have a lovely day out in the amazing 28oC, blue sky and sunshine October 1st day yesterday. For those of you not from the UK that is VERY unusual weather for this time of the year. In fact I think it must have broken a record. It’s the best weather we have had all year so far!

I wasn’t the only one bemused by this heatwave! One of the folks we bumped into on our trip around Hampstead Heath – a South American Rhea, watching the world go by in
Golders Hill Park.

I got a bit snap-happy with my camera and took 245 photos – oops. Thank goodness for
digital cameras.

I only have a couple of links today and they are shameless self-promotions – Sorry!

The first is just to say keep your eye out for the latest issue of Papercraft Essentials (PE73) for a little fun article from me.

Next Buffy from Kuretake is interviewing all the DT (plus others!) on the Kuretake blog and it’s been my turn this week if you are interested!

Before I go, what do you think about Blogger’s new Dynamic views for blogs? I was thinking of having a play a little later see how it looks on my blog. Any of you trying one of the new formats already? How is it working for you?

Right, suppose I should go do some work. 

Enjoy your day.

Kimx

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5 Comments

  1. October 2, 2011 / 11:22 am

    I did have a little update on my blog a week or so ago, thought it needed a bit of a change from the shabby chic look :). Right I'll put that mag on my shopping list, but for now I think I need to soak up a bit more of this wonderful weather :).

  2. October 2, 2011 / 11:31 am

    Hi Kim, Nothin wrong with a bit of self promotion! LOL Enjoy your successes:0) Love the photo, what a cutie LOL Have fun in the sun today:0) Gay xxx

  3. October 3, 2011 / 11:54 am

    Where would we be without digi-cameras…oh those missed moments because the film had run out.

    Read the DT article and the bit in the mag – great work.

    Toni xx

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