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February 21, 2012


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Rachael Iddon

Ah, so that's what you did with it. How I envy you your playtime today.... I'm just off to have mine now.


Oh, it is so happy! And, I love the shadow too.


Love that Lucy ...makes me want to get snipping away and sticking :) Happy Dayz ...
Have a lovely evening Mantha xx


Ooh - cutie pie bunting indeed! Isn't it weird that they sell 27 sheets at a time? What a strange number! Think I'll have to indulge. I've just spent my pocket money on mini canvases - Sooooo many ideas whizzing around! Have fun!


I had a little Etsy sesh earlier (too tempting eh?) and I hope you don't mind but my daughter will be shamelessly copying this idea for her Bunting stall at the girl guide fundraiser next month(raising money for Help For Heroes, a great cause, and very Bunting worthy I feel!)I think she's becoming an Attic Addict like her Mum.


Soooo pretty. I love love love the giant bowl you have on the first photo. it looks so good there. Love and Light. xxx


More multicoloured loveliness. :)


It's so dinky and cute! Father Christmas brought me some Cath Kidston washi tape this year and I think I'm going to have to make some bunting because I want to keep it where I can see it all the time.

Deco Cat

The bunting in increadibly cute!


It really is lovely bunting Lucy. And I'm most definitely blaming you for my late night Etsy shopping last night after I had read your Playtime post. I can't wait for my little packet of pretty stickers to come flying through the post:O)xx


Oh my that bunting is oh so very sweet indeed!

Irene Porter

Perhaps you should put some on the Shelves of Doom, they might tidy themselves up because they'd be so happy!


It looks so gorgeous. I do love your colours, I get such a lift from just looking at your colours. Please tell us more about your paintings please!




The sweetest shadow ever! I love it.


Lovely! You're wonderful , Lucy.
Good night
Carla from Spain

angela-southern USA

Awwwww that's too cute!Be neat on a wreath too.I was thinking about doing a faux mini quilt,to frame.What about on a lamp shade?Happy play.


So small and delicate but so effective. Sometimes less is more, and definitely so in this case! Love it! x


Your bunting makes it look like your picture is now wearing a happy little smile.

Teacups and Tiskets

I know why you love it Lucy - its because it looks like a coffee/hot chocolate mug (that loopy bit is the handle.)

Im interested to see what the embroidery thread roses are - Ive been making embroidery thread daisies with a little contraption my friend gave me and I thought was the rusted out lid of a teapot!
Ive put a short video of me making one on the blog.

Yes, we all need more shelves. You had me looking around my walls wondering where I could put one!



Already done? But you're faster than light ... unfortunately it is not for me, although my mind is also faster than light, my hands can not keep up.
I love your decorating!


Hi Lucy , love your pretty bunting....it looks so sweet strung from your picture.
Jacquie x


Your wee bunting looks like wee neckties hung out to dry. Lovely.

Trudy McLauchlan

What an enormous amount of fun can be had with scissors and sticky goodness!! I often blame my lack of a kindergarden year when I'm guiltily found cutting, pasting and generally having way too much fun!!


Very, very pretty! (I highly recommend Ikea Billy bookcases for your shelving needs - they're cheap and they look great) xx

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