Lots of lovely sunshine today, but unfortunately towards the end of the day it rained - again. However, over the last week, despite some heavy rain, the temperature has slowly been climbing into double figures and we have had occasional burst of very welcome sunshine.
This week has been Big Shot week, working on websites week, research into different selling venues week and homing Henry week. I love my Big Shot - I doubt I will use it for die-cutting as I use my Cricut for that, but for embossing it is the bee's knees. I have bought a few folders this week, but (so far) my two favourites are the tree and the cake. Here are photographs of some of the work I have produced this week:
As I mentioned at the beginning of my post last week was also 'homing Henry week'. Henry, is the lovely white and tabby kitten that I had been fostering for just over three weeks and he went off to his new home on Friday. I understand his new family are waiting on him hand and foot (or should that be paw and paw?). Some more good news on the Woking Cats Protection front, Timothy, a lovely three-year old black cat, was homed to friends of a friend yesterday. They were looking for a cat (not a kitten which is always good as we have lots of grown-up cats needing homes) and were directed to me and a very happy ending was achieved.
It is a lovely evening, the rain has stopped and sun is back out so I am going to do some more gardening. I hope you have a good week. I will be back next Sunday and Milly will be writing her mid-week post on Wednesday but before I go don't forget to nip over to Handmade Monday to read the great blog posts added by my fellow Handmade Monday bloggers.