Ticked an item off my bucket list on Monday night! An evening at Stock Floristry School with friends creating a floral arrangement. Under the supervision of talented lead florist Hannah Emery, in just under two hours, we each produced a gorgeous festive floral arrangement. The class cost £60 per person and includes tuition, fresh flowers, materials and refreshments. Creative, therapeutic ... and highly recommended!
Twitter Art Exhibit features original postcard sized art created and donated by artists from around the world. Exhibited postcards will be sold for $35 each on opening night, Thursday 31 March 2016 at Trygve Lie Gallery, New York City. This event is free to attend and open to the public. This original art sale will benefit the Foster Pride Handmade Program, supporting young women in foster care.
The months are flying by. My 6th My Little Box arrived promptly. Was excited by the preview on this one, as billed as 'creative'.
So, what's in the box? The November box (spoiler alert!) is the Creative Box, in collaboration with Pinterest.
I love the slogan tote shopper (although I already have loads of tote bags). In light of the 5p plastic bag fee in the UK, its arrival is timely. Like the 'collect moments not things' slogan, although being subscribed to My Little Box, you are, erm, collecting things!. The tech jewellery was something new and innovative that I haven't seen before and are now pimping up my ipod. Found the magazine uninspiring. Nice inspiration card.
Cute MLB drawstring bag containing three beauty items. No nail polish or lipgloss this month. Result! Nominoë Gentle Foam Face Cleanser. MLB Crème de Minuit. Baija hydrating body cream. Body cream smells amazing. Have not tried the other two products yet.
Now I LOVE Pinterest but felt that something was missing from this box. I'm not sure it lived up to its 'creative' theme. I was expecting something more arty/crafty or inspirational, because that is what Pinterest is all about. :(
This challenge aims to get the nation painting and welcomes all levels of artist to take part. All entries will be mounted together on giant display boards and become part of a permanent exhibition at SAA HQ in Newark. My entry is based upon my ethereal coastal landscape painting entitled 'Earths Diurnal Course'.
Hubby and I spent last weekend in Exeter, Devon with friends. On the Saturday, we all took a trip to Paignton Zoo.
It was good to see that the animals had lots of space to roam. This cheeky chap (above) had worked out how to leave his enclosure and go for a wander. The primates were the most entertaining. The kids loved them.
Meanwhile, I was excited to see several giraffe babies!