I'm really excited to be included in the latest - just out - edition of Handmade Living along side fellow lovelies and bloggers Julia Crossland and Kirsty Elson (Sixty One A).
If you haven't already clocked this newby on the block all rounder of a crafty mag then next time you hit the shelves do take a peek - it really is a great publication and this is only their third issue.
Anyhow, I did have a prior heads up from the really lovely and ever so talented Rebecca Lewis from Poshyarns and was thrilled when she asked me if I would like to be included in the seaside special. It was Julia that gave me the nod this morning when she blogged about having her mitts on a copy.
So off I pootled to the shops at lunchtime and nabbed myself a copy. Along with a crafty food shop at M&S. Welllll a girl's got to have a treat or two when it comes to settling herself in for an hour (or so - wink, wink) of some pure uninterrupted magazine reading.
Rebecca has such a magical way of weaving her words, not only in her beautiful blog, but also in this fabulous crafty publication.
After my initial cheshire cat grin from first reading in the big book and magazine shop - I nearly did a little jig too........yes really! - my second read through left me with a little glint in my eye. OK yes, all emotional, there I've said it!
And if you are not already familiar with Julia or Kirsty or Rebecca then please do take a look at there respective blogs - they truly are ones to be enjoyed.....immensely.
'Oh' and Mr Punch above - he's my dedication to the great British seaside.
edited :: my picture above didn't get included, but that's cool - I knew it would be a possibility.