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Thursday, 7 June 2012

Back to normal? Almost!

Hello! Did you do the jubilations and celebrations? Did you get wet?

Cliff and I decided to have a little holiday, last Thursday we hopped on a train . . .  then another and another . . . and five trains later we found ourselves in a lovely room with a view!


I'll tell you more about that next week . . .

But right now I have to get everything ready for this weekend's Saffron Walden Arts Festival – I will be in a tent on the Common with lots of other artist/makers at the 'Living Crafts' event. You can read more about it here and there's a festival facebook page here. I do hope some of you can come along :-)

As well as having a stand displaying my prints and cards (which will be for sale) on Saturday I will be working on a new print and on Sunday you can take part in short 'taster' workshops.

Must dash! I've lots to get ready . . .


Celia
x


13 comments:

  1. Lovely view from that window, Celia! How tantalising... I wonder where you were...

    Good luck with Saffron Walden. Pity I can't make it... I will be spending Saturday back in Cambridge, making artists' books with Mia Leijonstedt! I hope all is well with the Tent and that you have a lovely time!

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  2. Oh that course will be fabulous Lizzie! Have an inspiring time.

    Celia
    x

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  3. Love the view from the window. Looking forwad to finding out where it is!!

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  4. oooh, exciting train journeys... I LOVE it!... I have totally cleared out all the cake from the house and once the scone and butter pudding is gone, that's it.. no more sweet cakey stuff... I can feel my belly hanging over my jeans and it's not nice!!!... good luck with the fair x

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  5. Celia, I love those photos!

    Best wishes for a great day at the fair. I know that I would enjoy it...if only there weren't an ocean in between here and there. It would be so much fun to attend the workshops.

    (I've already made a note of the Pick 'n Mix date. You never know....)

    xo

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  6. Saffron Walden is not too far away, may make the journey. :)

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  7. Wherever you were- well, it looks lovely...
    Good Luck for the weekend- can't make it but will be sending you 'virtual' good thoughts!

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  8. I hope you don't get too cold in that tent! Good luck.

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  9. Have a wonderful weekend. I hope the weather improves for you.

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  10. hope the fair goes well! wish it wasn't so far.

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  11. We went to the flotilla and saw precisely nothing, but it was fun!
    Hope SW goes well - we won't be back from my parents' in time, sadly. It sounds like it will be lots of fun!

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  12. 'Tis the season of Summer shows! rainy weekends and muddy boots. Oh how English!

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  13. I have inside information on where you visited :-) your journey there sounded fab :-) x

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