It’s nice to get out in the fresh air, when the sun is (kind of) out and it’s not freezing and wet. Last weekend we took a circular walk near the village of Cuddington in Buckinghamshire. The fields were full of bright yellow rape and everything was green and lush, which resulted in some great photos.
This weekend was actually sunny; I went out without a coat and sat and had a pint in a pub garden – bliss! As it was so nice I thought I’d take some springtime photos using a new app I’ve downloaded called Aviary, which I actually love! Anyway, I hope you can feel the warmth radiating through the screen.
I didn’t get any Olympics tickets but took a trip to London to soak up the atmosphere. Here are some of the pictures I took on a pretty overcast but really fun day. The action is from the cycling stage of the Triathlon on Constitution Hill.
Loving bulldog clips at them moment and decided to utelise one to put a recent picture up. Looks pretty cute!
Some snaps from a recent trip to Malta. Great food, lots of sun and a wonderful friends wedding to attend!
This weekend I had the pleasure of attending my first 100th birthday party! It was my nanna’s and we had a super time, with delicious food, music and chatter.
I decided to create some simple and easy to make decorations for the room the party was held in and wanted to display some of the fantastic photos we have of nanna. My mum and I made bunting out of old fabric (in this case a couple of pairs of old pajamas) adorned with flowers from an old fancy dress garland. We painted pegs, glued the flowers to them and used them to peg photos in between the triangles in the bunting and on lengths of string. I also printed out some numbers onto card to peg up too.
This bunting was a fantastic talking point and the photos made a lovely keepsake, why not make your own for your next party?