PHOTOS ARE OUR LINK TO THE PAST-A trip down memory lane.

August 19, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
At this time of the year when we are normally preparing for our Term 3 holidays, parents are again home schooling or maybe if their children are grown up like mine, they are decluttering, taking up craft or binging on Netflix. I know that’s a wide glancing statement but I am sure you get my drift. So while I am continually decluttering (after sp...
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RETAIL THERAPY OF THE BEST KIND.-SECOND HAND STORES.

August 11, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
SOME OF MY "GO TO" SECOND HAND SHOPS. Who doesn’t enjoy fossicking around looking for a great bargain? I know I love it, and it’s even better when I can attach a great reason to my expeditions. I went wandering to some of my favourite haunts including the Salvos, Savers and a few new places I will tell you about in a minute. Now these places mig...
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LOCKDOWN NUMBER 5

July 16, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
Not again! Will this ever end? Another lockdown. It is however, what it is. While I was feeling a little miserable about the whole situation I decided to lift my spirits by looking through some of my family photoshoots. My miserable feelings exited stage right and along came the joy as I recalled the fun and laughter we had on these occasions. Me...
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NOT ALL IMAGES LIVE ON THE WALL-FOLIO BOXES

March 22, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
Not all images need to find their way to your walls or into frames. You may not have any wall space or you may be in a situation where you can’t hang anything on your walls. These are a couple of reasons for choosing these beautiful folio boxes to store your treasured memories. There are plenty of other reasons too as to why you would like \your i...
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REDISCOVERING CRAFT IN LOCKDOWN

October 04, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
I LOVE MAKING THINGS. I have rediscovered craft in my extra time during isolation and, in particular, crocheting. When I was younger I remember learning how to crochet granny squares (as they are called now). All I needed was the wool and one hook. It was fun while the square grew quickly, but when the edges became very long it took ages to do a r...
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