Monday, 3 June 2013

Snazzy's DT project for June .... My Holiday Cabin?



Hello lovely visitors,

Well, I'm hoping by the time you see this post that we've all had a lovely weekend with plenty of warm (not hot......I don't do hot, lol) sunshine because I've had to schedule my post early ........I'm going away to spend a long weekend in Chester!  OH and I are taking granddaughter #2, Alexa, to Chester Zoo on Saturday as a belated part of her birthday present.  Of course, Daddy and his lovely partner, Yvonne, are coming too and we'll all get to spend some time with Yvonne's parents who live near Chester so I'm really looking forward to it.  Alexa doesn't know that her Grandad and I are going so it will be nice to see her surprise.  Beware my next post as it may just contain a few weekend photos....... that's if I remember to take any, lol!

Anyway, it's my turn to post on Snazzy's DT blog this week.  As always, we've had some fabulous products to play with but unfortunately because of some family pressures we are living with at the moment my mojo has definitely done a runner and everything seems to be taking twice as long to accomplish so I've really only finished one part of my project.  I wanted to do a mini book/album as well but that didn't happen :-(.  Perhaps I'll get it done in the next couple of weeks to blog on here instead.

In the meantime, here's a sneaky peek of my project which you can see in full over on the Snazzy's DT blog.






BTW, the wooden banner, which I painted and stamped, was part of my fabulous blog candy which I won a while back on the lovely and talented Stamping Suzz's blog.  I so need more time (and energy) to play with more of the wonderful goodies that were in that box!

Till next time

Hugs
Lesley  Xx

10 comments:

Suzi B said...

Hi Lesley, sorry to hear you're still dealing with family pressures but hope you have a lovely time in Chester one of my favourite places...
Off to Snazzy's now to take a look at your project which I'm sure will live up to the high standards you set your self.
{{hugs}}
Suzi B xx

Netty said...

looks great Lesley, hope you had a terrific time in Chester, Annette x

Aquarius said...

I hope you had a wonderful weekend and that the weather was kind. this looks intriguing so I'm off to see the whole thing. Take care

Beryl said...

I love your little cottage Leslie.So much detail - not to mention the imagination it took to design it all.
Hope you had a wonderful weekend.
Beryl xx

Astrid Maclean said...

Too, too bad that this business is still going in Lesley, no wonder your mojo has taken a runner. Hope your day away went really well at least, and I look forward to any photos. This looks interesting, off to take a proper peek now!

Paula (PEP) said...

Hope you had a wonderful time. Have left you a little essay over at Snazzys - I think you must have some architectural lineage somewhere.
Paula (PEP)

butterfly said...

Hope you've been having a wonderful time in Chester... I just caught a glimpse of this amazing project in the Snazzy's photo below yours on my Blogger Dashboard - can't wait to go and see the whole thing!
Alison x

Sally H said...

your cottage is jaw-droppingly wonderful my friend! love, love love it! Hope you had a great weekend away and have come home feeling a bit more rested. Hope the problems are sorted out soon. thinking of you xxx

veronica said...

Hope you all had a good weekend, and that the weather was kind to you.

Gay Peplow said...

Hi Lesley, Brilliant!! I love this project, the flowers for me are just perfect, so many fun details :D Hope you are well and enjoyed your family visiting, Thank you for visiting me also:D hugs Gay xx