Monday 29 July 2019

Carry the cake...

Image- Carry the Cake.
Good morning all! 

I'm back in with a post for you today and it's another Carry the Cake make! I can't be the only one who prints out 4 of the same image at a time for later use can I??? I always do it because I just know I won't be able to resist the cuteness again!!

But she is so sweet I can't resist and I had the very last scraps of some of my favourite design papers ever to use up so using this cutie was a must!!

My Little Mo did not wake up until 8:45am!!!! and even then he was only woken up because they started cutting a tree down behind us! I am absolutely loving how relaxed he is starting to feel now. We feel like a lot of the reasons for his super high anxiety levels are gone and he is starting to feel more himself again. It's so beautiful to see. Having a ASD/ADHD little guy,it's always hard for us to try and get things right but this time, I think we have cracked it. So we really feel we are heading for things to work better for him from now on and excited about September for him.

Thank you for popping in! Huge hugs Lou xx

Room Service Edwin....

Good Morning all,

I wanted to share the little recipe book I made for my Little Mo over the weekend with you. From September we will be homeschooling Mo. He loves cooking and baking and we are really keen to keep him going with that during his learning time as not only is it one of his personal interests, but something he feels he may want to do at college  so I thought a little book for him to note his favourite recipes in and practice his neat handwriting would be a lovely thing to start.

And who better to help me do that than Room Service Edwin. The amazing Edwin stamps are often overlooked for the Tilda's but I adore them so much and he was just right for a recipe book!!

I added a little sparkle to his shoes for fun. The little tags on the next photo are from the Doo Hickey 22 kit. I really love the shape of them. To get the wording on there I die cut the tag first. Then I printed out the words I wanted and then adhered the tag over the top and popped it back through the printer so that the tag was printed with the words. I love doing this. It puts such a personal twist on things, especially when you have a child with a name that you don't often find personalised things for!!

Inside I used the little tab die from the Magnolia Stamps Recipe Card die. I popped one on every page until I got to the bottom and then once he has filled those up, I'll pop some more in!! Having the die to be able to do that was really nice and he can write the name of each recipe on the tab when he writes his recipes in.

Now, I can't find these cream flat sequins in the store anymore but I LOVE them. There are a few other colours left HERE. They are fabulous to just dot around your project for a bit of something to catch your eye and if you love making shakers, they are just magical for those!!

The papers are actually from the Maja Design Christmas Season 6x6 pad.I loved the blues and patterns and Mo's favourite colour is blue so they were just perfect for the job too! I love it when a plan comes together!!!

Right, time for this mamma to get a cup of tea and breakfast!! 2 blog posts done and I can hear my tummy growling like a little fuzzy bear who needs some hunny!!!! Have a magical day everyone!

Huge hugs Lou xxx