Tuesday, 5 July 2011
Hello, only 9 days left to go and our container arrives onsite tomorrow. I am excited and apprehensive. I still have so much to do!!I am looking at this pallet sofa, I wonder how quickly it could be knocked up!! hammer and nails etc..
maybe I really need a month or two more. I still have allot of ideas. at the moment I am making cushions out of skip bags. and the chairs are made from re bar mesh, they look great if I do say so myself.
Monday, 30 May 2011
Hi sorry so lame haven't written in a long time, well you know busy. lots of big changes in my life. still beavering away on the show garden, Just finished this sketch. I hope it gives a better impression of how it will all look.
feed back appreciated as pretty soon there is no turning back!
Many thanks Whitney
Tuesday, 5 April 2011
It's been a while scince my last post, i have been very busey but now i feel it's time to re-boot my resourses for the show i hope to be on the road to sourcing the container tomorrow. and there is still so much to do.
I planned on doing a mock up of the re bar mesh gabion but someone stole it out of my back garden....uhgg people shish!!!
these shelves are conveniently made from old crates they have a nice rustic industrial character about them
Wednesday, 9 March 2011
Saturday, 19 February 2011
Sunday, 13 February 2011
Wednesday, 9 February 2011
Sunday, 6 February 2011
I never ever get tired of this.......waking up in the morning to find these little green noses so full of potential waiting to greet me, I can imagine and plan and dream about where they will grow and what I shall plant them with and if these guys are really good and pretty maybe they will get to go into the show at Detling?
Monday, 31 January 2011
Sunday, 30 January 2011
ok I'm really feeling love for this, any ideas about how to drill holes in the bottom of teacups? I'm thinking of using a masonry drill or maybe something with diamonds embedded into it and I'm thinking of using tape to stop there from being shards and chips breaking off.
Thursday, 27 January 2011
People used to think nothing of recycling, for instance women during the war made clothes from their husbands suits while they were away fighting. We faced huge challenges in those days and our grandmothers could still teach us allot about re-invent re-new re-create.