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Cheer

by ysoldateague March 31, 2010

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Spring was here, but it seems to have been chased away by some rather nasty weather. Here are a few of the things that have been cheering me up while it’s been stormy and snowy outside.
buttons

A package full of vintage buttons, purchased from this ebay seller.

YIP 89 - March 29 - tea and biscuits-1
Tea and cute biscuits. The cutters are from ikea and I used Smitten Kitchen’s brownie roll-out cookie recipe, sandwiched with sweetened ricotta. Yum!

Loumms bags-1

Adorable, and practical, project bags from Loumms.I love the mismatched buttons (no zips to trap the yarn in) and that they come with a tiny matching lavender sachet.

cables-1

Shaping worked into cables.

friends-1

Actually printing photos, so far just this one of Gudrun, Connieand I that I printed to test some paper I found in the back of a drawer but now I think I need to print some more of my favourites. Spotting this on the shelf above my desk is definitely a cheery sight while I work.

YIP 90 - March 31st - the sun peeked out-1

Best of all, the sun just managed to peek out right at the end of the day.

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