This is one of the things entered for my Monthly Make but just for fun.
It's my bra decorated ready for the Moon Walk in London on the 12th,
I've done 2 more the same for 2 of my girls who are keeping me company.
They are not very professional but as I said it's just for fun.
This is one done by another girl in our group. they are pieces of felt sewn on to her bra,
I think it looks amazing.
we had a fundraising morning selling cupcakes and breast cancer badges
as well as raffling this fantastic cake made by my friend Carol.
We also borrowed a treadmill and walked the 26.2 miles
in relays. We needed to in order to keep warm
It was very cold and wet
but at last count we had raised nearly £300 which in a small village is pretty good going.
The girls that did the same thing last year said they had got sunburnt doing it
but didn't raise as much.
We even had the local paper come down to take photos,
they had doing an exaggerated walk waving our bras in the air,
I can't wait to see the photos.
Heres the link again if anyone wants to sponsor us.
My other monthly make ( alongside the 50 metres of bunting for the wedding on the 19th)
is a new journal cover made with damaged lace and doilies from Lavender Linen and Lace.
I have used old buttons and a laundry mark as well.
Some pieces are machine stitch in place while other are hand stitched.
I got the idea from Pinterest and I'm really pleased with he result.
My week this week has been taken over with painting.
As regular readers know 2 of my children are involved with Beach Lifeguarding
A couple of years ago my son set up the North Norfolk Surf Lifesaving Club and
it has really taken off. So they have managed to get some backing from the council
and leased a club house from them.
The building has been recently converted from what used to be
Victorian Public Toilets.
So all this week my little one and I have been
dancing round to the Script while holding a paintbrush.
I love the bright red doors and skirting
although they don't really show up in this photo.
This is how it used to look in the 1900's
but the shop had been demolished many years ago and the toilets had been
shut for along time.
So I think it's nice to see it put to good use again.
Next month I'm joint administrator with Annie for the Monthly Make
So if you haven't joined us yet go along to Annies blog and join in.
It's my birthday this week as well as my 30th wedding anniversary
so I'm going to be doing a giveaway I think
I haven't decided what it will be yet so watch this space.
See you soon