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Saturday, 20 November 2010

Pyjamas at lunchtime!

It's the weekend again already. Not sure where the week went, it started out being really hard work but all of a sudden here I am, in my PJ's catching up on blogland and heading back into the Zone!

 This LO was by far one of my favourites from the Getaway - and there are still more to come............ It was from Lorraine's class, and I thoroughly enjoyed the idea and all the cutting out that it entailed. Making the little stepping stones out of paper clay was inspired, and I think you will agree the finished item is stunning! (Even though the photography isn't - it's so dull and dreary here today!!)

I had a fab night out last night, with my great chum Megan at one of our favourite haunts - Browns, Shad Thames! We consumed many yummy cocktails and enjoyed lots of nibbles including their fab baked Camembert  - mmmm yummy! As we walked back to the tube along the Thames it looked so pretty - it was all lit up on a delicious cold misty night, and we thought how lucky we were to live in this city - such a great place and so magical! Sadly we were a little too pickled to photograph it!!


brenda said...

Morning Sarah

What an awesome l/o, so much texture and interest.

I just saw your comment on Lisas blog about your walk along the thames and it makes you realise that there is beauty all around us, we just need to use our eyes to see and appreciate it.

B x

Lean said...

wauw great page lovely websterspapers and some cool details to.Beautiful picture.

Sandy Ang said...

This looks super ! Those little stones are so unique

Lynda said...

You feel like you're just about to walk into this layout - it's fabulous Sarah. Love the pebbles - I've never heard of paper clay! Just the mention of clay makes me smile - I was into pottery BIG time and miss it so much now. You've really brought the memories flooding back. Thanks for that.

Love Lynda xxx

lisa said...

It's a stunner, Sarah. Just like a courtyard garden you'd see at Chelsea. I love the pebbles.
You certainly are lucky to live in the city with so much going on. We only get down every now and then but I always love it.
Hugs Lisax