We hear more and more stories these days of stay at home mums starting their own businesses; running successful enterprises from their kitchen, all the while with babies in tow. When I became a parent, I never considered that this could be me (ok, at least not seriously).
I have been feeling very crafty lately, especially as I have been making things in preparation for the Salford Angels WI trade fair in October. So with me getting my crafty self on lately, I wanted to try something different, something I could display in my home and that would give me the chance to use some recycled materials, so I had a go at these recycled painted jars from the Juno Magazine Spring Extra Craft Special.
I am willing to admit that I might have a bit of a problem when it comes to fabric. But I would also argue that I'm not as bad as some people. I don't have a massive stash that I have accumulated, but I do have the habit of leaving craft stores (or stores that have a craft section) with a bag of unplanned purchases. I just can't resist! I see something and I can imagine what I would do with it and then I can't get the image out of my head. And then I can't leave the sop without the item. That would bring us to this brilliant beach hut fabric.