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    December 2019

    Nearly forgot to do this post, the “annual review” ticked off the “I’ve summarised stuff” in my head, but thanks to my second year of Bullet Journalling I’m being slightly more organised.

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    November 2019

    What a month, in addition to my normal classes I had to prepare for two ArtSpace G41 Christmas Fayres which meant I was crocheting like mad. I’ve put pictures of some of the items I’ve made this month at the bottom of this post.

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    October 2019

    Where is the time running away to? It’s been a busy month in the Ceefer Crafts home, daughter’s birthday and a short trip to family ate up the first third of the month.

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    September 2019

    Apart from my classes it’s been fairly quiet month on the crafting side. Been finishing off unpacking and most of remaining my free time has been spent in the garden.

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    April 2019

    Delayed posts is what happens when I don’t keep my bullet journal up to date. ? Anyways here’s what I got up to in April…

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    Ayrshire Craft Fair

    I went to Troon the other weekend to have a look at the Ayrshire Arts & Craft Fair. It’s said to be the biggest monthly indoor craft event, held usually on the first Saturday of the month in the Concert Hall. There were a lot of stalls there so I did my usual trick of grabbing business cards to browse at home. I thought I’d record the details of the stall holders here, firstly to have a record and secondly in case anyone else is interested.

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    Art Space G41 Christmas Fayre

    Another overdue blog post ? and no excuse really as it’s only going to be a short one. Early October I saw a shout out from Art Space G41 for artists and crafters to take part in their first Christmas Fayre.

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    2018 Review

    It’s the 10th January already? I guess I’m not that late for my year end review. 2018 was the first year in which I’ve sat down, wrote and published targets on how I wanted to take Ceefer Crafts. I guess ingrained Performance Officer habits are hard to break no matter how hard I try