Don’t really need many words to explain this one, but since when has that stopped me?!
It is a lovely idea from White Stuff – they want YOU to help them raise £16K for their local shop charities by creating your own unique patch – see the photographed leaflet for details.
You can pick up your patch from your local shop and then return it, decorated, to the shop by 10th March. Your local shop will be having a tea, cake and judging event which sounds right up my street!
The winner from each shop will receive a £50 White Stuff voucher and go forward for a chance to win a crafting holiday in Italy.
BUT, the best thing is that for every patch entered White Stuff will donate £5 to your local shop’s charity AND all of the patches will become part of a cushion or quilt that will be sent to your shop’s charity. Now, that really is a win/win situation!
If you’d like to see more details, or for some inspiration, check out whitestuff.com/areyouthready or pop into your store. If you can’t get into your local store to drop off your completed patch, you can submit it by post, so don’t let that stop you!
If you’re going to take part in this great challenge, I’d love to see what you come up with! #WSAreYouThready
Here’s a photo of the kit you can buy from White Stuff to get you inspired! Go on, challenge yourself and raise money for charity too!
This one is totally self indulgent, but if you have your own blog, then why not?!
This is the view I see every day when I walk into town. It’s a great one, in my opinion, and one that changes through the seasons…..so why not take a monthly photo of it just to see if it changes as much as I think it does?!
The most problematic thing about it is that there’s a big grey bin just to the left of the gate. Do I include that in my photo as the view of the hill (Dumpdon) is better from further back, but other than Photoshopping the bin is coming along to play too? Well, just go with the flow I think!
I’m not quite sure why these posts are so important. It’s not like it’s a mysterious gate as I do know what’s behind it. Many, many years ago I used to babysit for the people who owned the house behind the gate, so I know that it leads to a lovely garden…..but there is an air of mystery about it.
Anyway, here’s a distance one where I did miss the bin….and include the random lamppost and grit bin instead!