That fabric is just too cute, l love it. Can't wait to see what you make with it. I'm looking forward to unpacking my sewing machine. Always enjoy the peeks into your day Kim. xx Playing along this week http://goodnorthcoastlife.blogspot.com.au/2014/07/morning-noon-and-night-sunday-13-july.html
Thank you! I will share soon :) Thanks for playing along. xo
Your breakfast looks so pretty. I have a protein, kale and fruit smoothie...every single day of the year; maybe I need to switch it up a bit.Your fabric is so cute, I love the little animals.
Thank you Tracey. We do smoothies too, earlier in the morning, just a small one. Variety is the spice of life :)
Your breakfast looks fabulous! And the fabric is adorable. I keep hoping to get to some sewing and it just isn't coming together for me. Maybe this week. :)http://momentsofpeacemama.wordpress.com/2014/07/15/morning-noon-night-8/
Thank you! Hopefully you can get in some sewing soon. Thanks for playing along.
Oh! I don't thin I've seen a sewing picture from you since the little gift baskets a bit before Easter! Can't wait to see what you are making. Breakfast looks yummy and YAY for blackberries!!!!Here are my peeks from Sunday. Have a great week!http://familyfaithfoodfabric.wordpress.com/2014/07/13/morning-noon-and-night-15/
I will share soon :) Thanks, and those would be raspberries...red and black ones we found on a trail yesterday. We ate handfuls of them as we walked. Thanks for playing along.
I want that breakfast but for dinner or lunch-can't quite give up my regular breakfast of cereal :)
Come on over Karen I will make you lunch :)
Looks like it was a day of good eats!
Your breakfast looks delicious! And that fabric is great! Here is my morning, noon and night from yesterday: http://mamagonegreen.blogspot.com/2014/07/morning-noon-and-night_15.html
Thanks, it was :) So great to have you playing along.
What cute fabric! What are you making?
Thanks, I like it too. Making a few pencil wraps for two special kiddos who just finished their first year of Waldorf homeschool :) We are celebrating on Sunday with the family of the little one who joins us to homeschool and I wanted a little something to give them. I will put watercolour pencils in it, and we will use them next year on our nature adventures for journaling.
Thank you. xo
That omelete looks so tasty!
Thanks KC, it was!