Sunday, 20 December 2009
Wednesday, 2 December 2009
Tuesday, 17 November 2009
The first one was a Calorie Free Chocolates fabric totefor a friend who works for Chocoholics and needed a bag to carry all her catalogues etc to her parties, I'm really pleased with the bag as this fabric is gorgeous to look at and to work with and I tried out a new bottom technique and now my bags have nice firm bottoms, perhaps I should try it out on mine!!!!(hot iron and vilene- hmm not sure it's going to work!!!)
The second bag is for a secret santa so I'm having to stay stumm for who it's for...this one's made from a lilac unicorn fabric with silver detailingand I've added a grosgrain ribbon key fob with a little silver hand made with love heart - I do hope that whoever this bag is for loves it!!!
Finally, we have the builders in, about 18 months ago we had plans passed for a conservatory and have put off starting work for a variety of reasons, but last Wednesday Paul decided that work should start and has since spent the past few days on the phone arranging builders, bricklayers and supplies, we now up to ground level and its all starting to take shape. The kids had a competition running when the cement arrived as to which builder barrowed the most cement into the footing - Builder Darren won - his prize? digging out the footing for the porch!!!!
Wednesday, 4 November 2009
I think the school playground fabric works brilliantly with the green and the black and white polka dot ribbon on the handles was just a little extra touch. There's plenty of room for all Sarah-Jane's "stuff" as this bag measures 21" across the top, 16" across the bottom and 15" deep with a gusset (bottom) of 5". I've added lots of internal pockets for pens, mobiles phones and keys. There's also a small extrnal pocket cleverly stiuated in between the handles.
Sarah- Jane hasn't seen it yet and I'm taking it up to school this afternoon so I hope she likes it.....
Now onto the next custom order.......
A chocolates fabric tote and money apron for Nicky.....
Saturday, 31 October 2009
Monday, 26 October 2009
Right now down to business, I just wanted to say a big thank you to everyone that entered my blog giveaway, we had 17 entries and the winner was
Louise your winning streak is continuing and the bag below will be on its way to you.
For those of you that weren't so lucky this time but would still like one of my Halloween bags I have discounted them all by £1 to £5.50 so grab a bargain over in my Misi Shop.
I've nearly finished the sour monsters so I must remember to hid the evidence (empty packet) in the bottom of the bin!!!! shhh don't tell the kids.....
Saturday, 24 October 2009
So this is your chance to win one of my Halloween fabric trick or treat bags, you can chose between 8 different fabrics:
- Purple Witches
- Scooby Doo - Scary Castle
- Halloween Kids
- Orange Witches & Black Cats
- Trick or Treat
- Scooby Doo - Haunted House Party
So there are your choices now all you have to do is enter -
just leave a comment saying which bag you would like to win here on my blog and I will pop all the names in a bag and pick out a winner. You have untill midday on Monday 26th October to enter and I will annouce the winner Monday evening - Good Luck
Sunday, 18 October 2009
Misi shop. If you are at all interested in purchasing one of these Pink Ribbon bags then please do not hesitate to contact me.
Wednesday, 14 October 2009
This fabric is full of lovely Halloween colours and characters and would make a great gift. There's plenty of room for all your treats and what's great about it is it can be washed in the machine and can be used again and again!!!!
These bags measure approximately 7 1/2" tall, 5 1/2" across the to and 8 1/2" across the bottom with a 3" gusset (bottom) and the handles are just under an 1" wide and and are about 16" long giving an drop of 7-8".
If you would like one of my Halloween fabric Trick or Treat bags just pop over to my Misi shop where you will see a great selection to suit all tastes!!!
They cost £6.50 plus p&p.
Monday, 12 October 2009
Friday, 9 October 2009
I have lots of lovely fabrics in my workroom so if you know of anyone who would like an ID
Thanks for stopping by
Friday, 2 October 2009
Wednesday, 30 September 2009
We shall see how far our balloons travel over the next few weeks. Last time we got as far as Holland!
I hope that all the Macmillan Coffee Mornings that you went to were great fun and raised lots of money for this worthwhile cause.
Wednesday, 23 September 2009
This is what it says on her blog -
"To celebrate the birth of my baby girl Mylie I am hosting a gigantic give away!!!It will also mark put us back on track after our "give away holiday" because of moving and the birth.We are collaborating with many other companies & crafters to bring you the biggest give away ever!!! So if you want to enter, keep checking our blog for updates!We will be posting the items that are to be included as they arrive!!"
So I decided to make a nappy holder in this really cute retro baby fabric and even tried out the button holer on my latest sewing machine! I took the photos before I did the button hole but it went like a dream and I added a large white button.
There's plenty of room for two nappies and a pack of travel wipes and a couple of nappy bags too! And it could even be used later on when you need to carry spare pairs of knickers and pants for those "Mum, I can't wait any longer!" "oops I did it!" moments.
Obviously with a workshop full of fabric (and I mean bursting at the seams full!) you can choose your own fabric design colour etc and it doesn't have to have a baby theme, if you would like your very own nappy pouch then please just contact me at email@example.com they cost £5.95 plus p&p.
And don't forget to follow Monica's Blog to take part in the Mother & Baby Mega Giveaway when it starts!
Sunday, 13 September 2009
I've already added a few ideas and now my brain can't seem to think about anything else, I should be in bed but as Tompom is feeling poorly I'm putting off hitting the sack as I can see me getting up alot tonight..poor little thing!!! Tompom that is, not me!!!
So if you have any bright ideas that will help Louise reach her goal pop over to her blog and leave a comment!!!
my ideas so far have been a photo of her mum through her life in a collage and a coin from 1939..
Right I'm definitely off to bed now see you all later x
Wednesday, 9 September 2009
Wednesday, 19 August 2009
Then there are all these super chocolate truffle gifts - some calorie free and some not!!
We have Chocolate themed cards from Jaqueline
a Chocolate fabric mini tote from Madaboutbags
Cheeky Cherry Truffles from the Chocolate truffle Company
and a Chocolate truffle bracelet from Lej Jewellery
Hopefully that has whetted your appetite as to some of the fabulous offerings available on Misi it's certainly whetted my appetite and I'm off in search of a choclate bar or three!!!!
Saturday, 15 August 2009
you can see my tweets at
apparently it will be updated everytime I blog here so no double typing!!!
I've also joined Flickr and am starting the slow process of uploading my many bag photos onto my photostream if you would like to see some of my creations then please take a look
from what I can gather I will now get my knickers in a twist with all this tweeting, blogging, facebooking, uploading, forum chatting and general computing!!!!
ohh I almost forgot my facebook page
right I off for a lie down in a dark room - Goodnight X
GRRRRR!!! nearly did get my knickers in a twist with the twitter feed but think I'm there now!!!
We visited Illfracombe, Clovelly, Bude and Hartland Quay - we didn't make it to Bideford but maybe next time!!!
Hubby wants to go back as he liked the area so much - just wish we were a bit closer as it took 7 hours to get there and 7 hours to get home!!!
Rachel and Jack thoroughly enjoyed body boarding at Bude and Tompom had his first taste of sand and I mean literally had his first taste of sand!!!
Wednesday, 22 July 2009
Firstly though I wanted to give a special mention to Kelso Kreations who (although not from Devon) created two fabulous Personalised Travel Journals for my two eldest children to capture all their holiday memories in. They look great and I can't wait for them to arrive to give to Rachel and Jack.
Now onto the creative and talented Misi members from the whole of Devon:
First up we have a beautiful Swarovski Heart Pendant Necklace from Mystic Earth
Then this beautiful blue and turquoise glass bead charm bracelet from Designs by Hanson it really reminds me of the sea
This fabulous bracelet called Sweet Sixteen from Gems with Love has gone straight onto my wishlist and i think i might get this for my daughter for her 16th (only 5 years to go!!!)
I can't resist smocking and this outfit from Anna Miranda Roses is absolutely gorgeous
Alice's Palace has a beautiful flowery feel to her handmade cards
Having already bought a necklace from the very talented Designs by Isis I couldn't leave her off the list, this is another one on my wishlist!!!
Simple and elegant - a timeless piece from Nifty Thrifty