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Wednesday, 22 October 2014

New journals and picking vegetables

These are some new journals I made last week, some are not listed in my shop yet, but they will be soon. IMG_20141015_02716
Single butterfly journal for the one who likes simplicity. Like me.

Girl and her dog journal. This is already listed in my Etsy shop.

Hunting. I love the art on this fabric block. Great as gift for the men folk.

I've also listed some mini upcycled notebook in the shop.

The weather is warming up and it's nice to be working in the studio.

Outside the studio, another rose is blooming, this one is blood red! Only yesterday I saw it as a bud. I was surprised to see it in full bloom this morning, very delighted non the less.

I'm already harvesting our vegetables from our veggie patch. Didn't know they grow so fast. This is spinach, I will be picking kale in the next few days.

Titirangi Market this Sunday. Looking forward to it as usual.


  1. I like simplicity as well. That's a lovely rose. Well done on starting to harvest from the vegetable patch. Flighty xx

    1. Flighty, there will be a few more roses blooming in the next couple of weeks. It's pleasant surprises to see what colours they are since they were here before us.

  2. The spinach was great in my salads. Thanks again Alison! I have some roses in my garden too, some light pink ones. :-)

    1. The spinach is feeding us really well! We've had so much and they are so nice to be eaten fresh out of the garden minutes before preparing! Yum!


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