Craft | DIY Toddler Activity Calender

Craft | DIY Toddler Activity Calender

One of the hardest things to do from now until Christmas is to keep young children entertained. Our Activity calendar has been a big hit since our eldest turned 2 so I thought I would share it with all of …
Love | UK Blog Awards

Love | UK Blog Awards

This is a rather strange post for me to write, essentially this is a vote for me/my blog type of post. Over the last 2 years of running the Notebook,  I’ve made friends through the wonderful craft, gardening and parenting …
Love | Blog Awards 2018

Love | Blog Awards 2018

This is a surreal post for me to write. I’m usually the person watching and cheering on her friends and co-workers from the side as they collect awards, give presentations and speeches or get invited to PR events. Generally, be …
Grow | Plant Lust

Grow | Plant Lust

Have you ever walked by a plant and been so overwhelmed by its beauty you had to have it in your garden? This probably only happens to gardeners but this happened to me quite a lot over the last two …
Podcast | Let’s Get Woolly Wk 2 & 3

Podcast | Let’s Get Woolly Wk 2 & 3

This podcast combines week 2 and 3 of the Woolly Notebook Knit-along. I take a look at the patterns Castiel and Half Theory from Woolly Wormhead, take a look at the difference in yarn overs (hint they are not all …
Grow | Six on Saturday – In White

Grow | Six on Saturday – In White

As I type the day is starting to brighten into a beautiful autumn day. The sky has gone from overcast to clear blue. Which is really just typical as I try to capture what’s in flower this week for all …
Podcast | Let’s Get Woolly Wk1

Podcast | Let’s Get Woolly Wk1

Welcome to week 1 of the Let’s Get Woolly Hat Knit-along.  It’s time to grab those needles, choose your hat pattern, start checking your gauge and cast on.  Half Theory  Hat – Image provided by Woolly Wormhead You can also...
Grow | Six on Saturday – Autumn Air

Grow | Six on Saturday – Autumn Air

Do you feel it? That cold that sneaks in during September that warns of the coming winter.  I walked around my garden this morning to take some photos for you all and I could feel that cold right through to …

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