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Saturday, 17 May 2014

Hello Chummies everywhere. Today I will be dancing around in a posh dress and pink ballet shoes doing the housework!
Haha of course not.....who wants to do housework when there are more exciting things going on, such as.....
walking on the beach and collecting driftwood to make into Moby Dick!


and a little boat to sail away to sunny places, where the sea is blue and the beaches are full of shells, and the wine is chilled!


No, you're eyes aren't deceiving you, there are wheels on the boat. It's stabilisers for trainee sailors! haha

and here is my beach buddy Archie. He is smirking at me, wondering how far he will get if he grabs the boat and starts chewing it!!

On to this weeks linky parties....
handmadeharbour.blogspot
the-chicken-chick.com
/thediydreamer
finecraftguild.
ivyandelephants.blogspot
lavendergardencottage.blogspot.
lambertslatelely
.craftsalamode.com

11 comments:

  1. Great stuff there - love it!! Thanks, Chris x

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  2. Spectacular makes. Love your Moby Dick the most. Hugs Mrs a.

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  3. Oooh, love your driftwood stuff! Really nice. I had a driftwood phase a few years ago - collected loads of it from Lindisfarne and dried it out and made all sorts. Great fun. You've got a talent for it! xCathy

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  4. Well I don't quite know where to start, because all your makes are lovely: the dancer and your clever driftwood makes.

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  5. "MOBY" is positively BRILLIANT!! -- [Mother grew up in New Bedford, Mass. where that "Book" is based on...] -- BTW, that whole "wheels-on-a-Sailboat" thing, is actually not so "strange" on THIS side of "THE POND". Ever see a DESERT Sail-Craft? Granted, most are more of a Dune-Buggy with a Sail, but others are a bit more Nautically-shaped...

    However, YOUR Version is much more Entertaining!
    :-D

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  6. What fun you've been having! As always your sense of fun and creative spirit shine through. I especially love Moby! x

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  7. Fabulous, Moby Dick is amazing, you are so clever to see that in a piece of driftwood.

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  8. Wonderful things. Moby Dick is an inspired piece and the boat with wheels is really sweet!

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  9. I absolutely love your Moby Dick!

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  10. These look like such fun to do!! Love 'em.

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    1. Thanks Linda, sorry can't reply on your blog as I'm not on google+

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