Saturday, 20 March 2010

Please Meet...

.... Mr and Mrs Cheese.
Made from Louis' old school socks.
Laura, I love that book : )



I had a lovely birthday yesterday and can not believe I'm 35. Sounds so grown up. Although aren't women supposed to be in their prime during their mid thirties? Maybe it won't be quite so bad : )
We had a coffee in Windsor and a lovely family evening with a cheese picnic.

We are having a lazy weekend. So I need to get back to the others. But this is what I made this morning with this weeks Sketchy Thursday sketch.




I love this story, it makes me laugh.

My 'me' time is over.
A visit to 'Pets at Home' this afternoon ( i love visiting those guinea pigs) followed by cleaning my own piggie out when we get back, family games and a film are in store.

Have a happy Saturday. xx

11 comments:

Nickynoo said...

And this is just why they picked you for the DT!! A perfect interpretation of the sketch, love the clouds. Funny story, bless Hollie! xx

Sue said...

perfect = love the story do you have 12 " printer? How did you do that?

lisa said...

Thank you.
Yes I have an A3 printer Sue : )

Emma said...

love mr and mrs cheese! Great name for critters made out of old socks lol!!!

Happy Birthday for yesterday!

Diana Fisher said...

LOOOVVVEEEE how you did this!!! So cool! Great misting, cool clouds, love it all!

Diana Fisher said...

BTW... happy birthday!!! :)

♥ Audrey ♥ said...

Happy Birthday! That sock creation is just too cute for words! Fabbo LO!

karenw said...

Happy birthday Lisa and i need to get that book! The LO is great as well, very funny story. x

Steph said...

Amazing LO's - Hope you had a good birthday - see you soon xxx

Heidi said...

happy birthday!! LOVE Mr. & Mrs. Cheese! So creative. I have all sorts of saved baby/kid items just awaiting transformation into something adorable but alas, nothing yet. what a GORGEOUS l/o. LOVE the misting!!

Laura said...

I thought I'd commented. Man, I need to get some attention span from somewhere.

I LOVE Mr. and Mrs. Cheese and that layout is simply beautiful and funny and I have major A3 printer envy now.

xxx