I have been voted Fairy of the Year for the amazing charity Wrap Pyjama Fairies!
I’m always looking for charities to support with my sewing, so when I found Wrap Pyjama Fairies I knew I had to get the sewing machine out to sew hospital gowns/PJs for children
As a proud wife I just have to say well done to my hubby for doing the Great Manchester Run in 54 mins, whilst Harry wore his newly printed top to support daddy raising money for JDRF UK.
Day 34 of #the100dayproject saw some printing ahead of my husband entering the Great Manchester 10k Run tomorrow to raise money for JDRF.
What can I say… My diabetes lives with me every day, But for just this, Diabetes Week I’m donating 10% of sales, so come and take a peek… Diabetes often feels like it takes over my life, And fills my days with stress and strife. Despite this, the creativity battles on through And my… Read more »
After my Friday faves just over a week ago I was inspired to make some poppies myself to sell and a £3 donation from each one goes to the British Legion. My design was a bit ad-hoc and came to life when I doodled a poppy shaped petal and a leaf and started cutting some felt, but I was… Read more »
I buy a new poppy every year but for the last few years I’ve bought handmade ones (making sure there is a donation from the seller to charity) but always seem to leave it to the last minute so this year I thought I’d remind myself and a few others along the way. I have… Read more »
Is it an information point? Or a corporate company? No, it’s Diabetes UK new logo! You will understand my surprise at seeing this and the rebranding on the website this morning given that it is such a contrast to the old logo, and definitely not an improvement in my opinion! I’m all for change and… Read more »
Well it was tough week for me last week in my little bubble and on top of everything else I had been feeling a bit sorry for myself in between creativeness with my diabetes, all my hip problems, and now confirmation that I have osteoperosis at the age of 29, not being helped with a… Read more »