Thursday, 26 June 2008

Wimbledon v Crafting

The last couple of days have been a bit up and down - back to the GP yesterday to get advice about the stye on my eyelid that won't go, so still can't wear my contact lenses, which isn't making me a very happy bunny - and also about the query of more vertebrae fractures - waiting for an appointment to see someone regarding the posibility of surgery to cement the vertebrae. Also time and thoughts taken up with family issues.

Anyway, there is also the big dilemma - Wimbledon v crafting!! It's been a very British day today, of course, although only Andy Murray now going through to the next round.

In between watching the tennis (and there's only so much you can sit and watch) I've been still working on my little houses.

Yay! I've got them finished - all 21 of them. The photos aren't brilliant because I've only just taken them, so they were flash, but here they are:

Btw I apologise to crafting forum and blog friends that I haven't been visiting as much over the past few days (and it's not just Wimbledon to blame, but a combination of reasons) - normal service will be resumed soon!

And I also remember that I was tagged and haven't done anything about it, so more apologies (although actually it's similar to one I've done a couple of times before).


  1. Well done Hazel, I don't know how you came up with so many different ideas.
    Sue x

  2. Oooh, that would be a nice street to live on - all those pretty colours and textures! Great job Hazel, well done!

  3. Awe what lovely little houses Hazel! They look like they were fun to do X

  4. Your little houses are so lovely!

    I've unearthed the portable tv from under the rubbish in the spare room and seet it up next to my desk - so I can craft and watch the tennis at the same time!!!


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