Day 3 of Bournemouth Air Festival 2014

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If you read my post on Days 1 and 2 of Bournemouth Air Festival 2014 you will know that the weather was not great on the first two days, but that did not stop us having fun.  The weather was slightly better on Saturday but there was still quite a bit of cloud cover to contend with. Saturday saw the promise of the Vulcan flying again after a couple of years of absence and we were all hopeful that it would… Continue Reading “Day 3 of Bournemouth Air Festival 2014”

How to create a stunning pencil tin for your home or office

Sometimes using the simplest of materials can create the best effects! Using Scotch Magic Tape and your favourite gift wrap, or child’s painting, you can turn an old tin into a great pencil holder the kids will love, and it might just encourage them to tidy up after themselves! Maggy Woodley, award winning blogger and owner of the blog Red Ted Art, shares her step-by-step guide to creating a pencil tin. You will need: One tin can (emptied, washed and… Continue Reading “How to create a stunning pencil tin for your home or office”

Red Arrows at Lymington

There is something about the Red Arrows that gets me really excited – I am like a big kid! Every year we watch them at Bournemouth Air Festival and we often see them flying in and out of Bournemouth Airport when they are displaying at other local events, but we have never seen them perform other than at Bournemouth. The D-Day celebrations were in the news last week and hubby spotted that they were due to display over Lymington on… Continue Reading “Red Arrows at Lymington”

Act on Red

All the way back at the beginning of April I was invited to a round table on the subject of Rosacea. I have blogged about my battle with Rosacea before and it is a condition that really affects my life. During this round-table with fellow bloggers, including The Olivers Madhouse and Franglaise Mummy, beauty experts and the beautiful Dr Ellie Cannon we discussed the condition, its triggers, treatments we had tried and the emotional impact that it has on our lives. Although… Continue Reading “Act on Red”