I think I have recovered from my rushed trip to London-and about time too.
Little Prince George is safely here and I approve the name and am now looking for suitable souvenirs with the name and date.
My bed is now looking even more royal with cushions and towels to match and even a matching cup and saucer for my morning coffee in bed.
My new laundry curtains, look closely and you will see matching peg bag, ironing board cover and apron which I've shown before. The curtain is made from a shower curtain. Next to the peg bag is a small bag that the shower curtain came in. The sun is making the colours look a bit different but believe me, they all match. I rarely iron anything so that ironing board cover should last a lifetime.
My bathroom curtain and a tiny piece left over so I could frame a corgi.
The paint was peeling off my bathroom basin doors. Solution, Coronation curtains-perfect. I made all three curtains from one shower curtain, part of Marks and Spencer Coronation Anniversary range. I think most of that range is sold out now but I have a matching beach towel on the way and I will use it as a tablecloth.
A beautiful pure silk scarf I bought at the Highgrove shop at the Coronation Festival at the Palace. I also bought some ginger fudge from Highgrove but ate it before I remembered to take a photo. The scarf is carefully stitched onto calico which is padded underneath and placed on a board.
I very optimistically traveled to London with the small bag on the right. Then had to leave it behind and buy the large bag on the left to get all my purchases home.
Outside the hospital waiting for the arrival of the Royal baby. If that man hadn't taken over that bench I might have slept there myself while waiting.
The back of Buckingham Palace at the Festival. I had hoped to sneak in an unlocked back door on the pretext of looking for a bathroom but had the feeling I was being watched.
Part of the Queen's back garden, beautiful and serene. I had a wonderful time at the Festival.
Cat lover, collector of British Royalty memorabilia, Anglophile,avid reader and cross stitch addict. Keen op shop, market, collector fairs and ebay shopper. Mother of 2, Grandmother of 2 and now am very sad about the loss off my two Birman cats Charlotte and Emily.
Not very tall, not very slim and more bad hair days than good. Don't like cooking or gardening so recipes and gardening hints will never appear on my blog.
To sum me up, think minimalist, I am the opposite.