1. Happy Thanksgiving & a Tasty Treat

    November 27, 2014 by Boo


    Happy Thanksgiving

    Hey folks,

    I promised you a little tasty treat today and I always try to deliver. This sweet recipe looked just too good to pass up on so I’m sharing with you. Special Thanksgiving thanks to Clair at SHEKNOWS for posting this. You can read more from her via the link at the end of the recipe.

    Have a super happy and safe day and please, save me some Pumpkin Pie.

    Who said you can’t eat your centerpiece?

    Edible and easy cornucopia

    by Claire Gallam

    There’s nothing more symbolic of fall and Thanksgiving than a cornucopia. These cone shaped baskets often adorn Thanksgiving dinner tables or are used as statement pieces in fall decorating. Instead of spending money on one this year, why not create your own edible cornucopia? As daunting as that sounds, a homemade (and delicious) cornucopia is one of the easiest and cost effective Thanksgiving decoration ideas — no Martha required. Plus, you can use the money you’re saving on decor on fancy wine to impress your in-laws.


    The joy of cornucopias is that you can fill them with just about anything. An assortment of cheeses, fresh cut fruit or even farm fresh vegetables make the perfect addition to this soft, honey baked bread basket. Don’t be surprised when your centerpiece disappears well before dinner. It’s a smart idea to have a fresh bouquet or a non-edible centerpiece plan B since this one will go fast. One bite of this fresh bread basket and you’ll be hooked!

    Edible cornucopia

    Yields: One large bread cornucopia


    • 2 (13 ounce) cans of refrigerated breadsticks
    • 1 egg
    • Cooking spray
    • 1/2 tablespoon butter


    1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. and lightly spray a 17 x 14-inch (or larger) cookie sheet with non-stick cooking spray.
    2. Tear off a large (about 30 inches long) section of aluminum foil. Roll foil into a cone shape, about 18 inches long with the opening measuring about five inches wide. Using extra foil rolled into balls, stuff the cone so that it holds its shape.
    3. Beat butter and egg together to form a simple glaze.
    4. Open the breadsticks and separate each one. Beginning at the end of the cornucopia, carefully wrap the breadsticks around the foil, connecting each breadstick to the next to hold shape. Continue wrapping until you reach the opening. Using the two extra breadsticks, roll the dough into a braided design and wrap the opening. Using the glaze, carefully brush the whole cornucopia, being sure to get all breadsticks covered.
    5. Bake for 25 to 45 minutes or until bread is a rich brown color.
    6. Let the cornucopia cool completely before you remove the foil from the center.

    Happy Thanksgiving!

    Find more Tasty Thanksgiving ideas HERE


    Little goodie for you

    Just click the image to grab it


    You can see the full collection HERE58a3c221-1507-4a29-827c-b20e9ac31842

    Coming to the Studio Tomorrow


    That’s all for today folks

    Enjoy your day and remember, I’m very Thankful for each and every one of YOU


    Boo and the Blossoms


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    Happy T (ea) giving day folks



  2. OSB Thanksgiving, Deal of the Day & Round Robin 4

    November 26, 2014 by Boo


    Hey Folks,

    Hope you’re all having a lovely day. I am trying to get back into ‘work’ mode after spending a fabulous couple of days here with my younger son, Mike, his partner, Annie who I met for the first time (she’s a sweetheart) and my gorgeously melt-in-the-mouth grandson Leon. Can you believe I was sooooo happy to spend time with them I totally forgot to take any photos. Thank goodness we’ll have another chance to get together soon for my youngest grandsons Christening in December.

    Here’s one of them taken recently anyway. Love those boots Leon :)


    So, that’s why I’m a little late with my post today. Hope I’m forgiven? ;)

    OSB Thanksgiving available now


    Free with Purchase


    Deal of the Day


    Round Robin with Valentina and Boo


    Buy the Bundle and get this FREE


    A little OSB Inspiration from me


    That’s all for today folks.

    We’ll be back tomorrow for a quick Thanksgiving Tasty Treat and possibly a little goodie too

    Until then

    Take care


    Boo and the Blossoms


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    Todays cuppa is being brewed in this


  3. Exciting News and Blossoms Inspiration + a Goodie or two

    November 25, 2014 by Boo


    Hey Folks,

    Autumn is drawing to a close my friends. This morning was bitter cold on waking and on my way to the store I found the bridge over the road covered in a shimmering layer of frosty ice. I’m a little sad to see flaming Autumn slip away and even though Winter can be a dreary time there is no denying it can also be startlingly beautiful so I’m looking forward to that. Later this week I’ll be releasing my final Autumn Collection of the year. I promise to make it a memorable one for you but first…..

    I have some super exciting news for you

    I finally got to work with one of my favourite Designers, Valentina Creations. Val is not just an amazing, and like me, prolific, Designer. She’s also a super sweet lady and a joy to work with. We had so much fun creating our Round robin collab that we’ve promised each other well do another one some time next year. I can’t wait….

    but first, let me introduce you to The Beauty of Crafting


    Here’s what Val had to say

    ROUND ROBIN 4 – THE BEAUTY OF CRAFTING: Making a collab with Booland was a dream since long time. She has a beautiful and enchanted world to express and I was sure that our feelings would meet each other with great pleasure. She’s such a special Lady, very sensitive and kind. We talked a lot and I was impressed by reading her story, that’s why I was so glad to have gotten the chance to look closer, beyond her designer name. We made a vintage and romantic collection, entitled “The beauty of crafting”, in order to give a special tribute to the world who made us meeting, and which make happy a lot of scrappers! We choose a soft pastel vintage palette, to emphatize the sense of delicateness and beauty. We both hope that you will love this collection at least as much as we loved to make it.

    with love, by Valentina Pellitteri from Valentina’s Creations.

    The Beauty of Crafting {Kit} includes 82 elements and 22 papers. All the elements are saved as .png, at 300 ppi. Papers are saved as .jpg, 12×12 inches, at 300 ppi.



    Lets take a look at what’s included

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    Oh WOW. I’m so happy with how this gorgeous collection turned out. I sure hope you all love it just as much.

    It’s available from TODAY at the Studio HERE with a super  Round Robin Discount

    Talking of Collabs…

    Do you like them? Would you like to see me collab more often? Who would YOU like to see me collab with? Leave your answers in the comments. Who knows? Something special might come of it ;)

    Blossoms Inspiration

    With The Beauty of Crafting

    bld_beauty of crafting_dkane









    and from me




    We’ll share some more Blossoms Inspirations with you through the week


    This will be out Tomorrow folks so keep an eye open. It’s a little beauty if I do say so myself ;)

    Fancy a Crafty Goody?

    Click the image to grab it



    More Goodies to come…

    If you’re very good and eat all your peas I might have some more goodies for you here and on Facebook and Twitter this week AND if you’re signed up for our FREE Boo’s News you’re in for a treat with a special exclusive goodie. It’s going out soon so sign up while there’s time folks :)


    Did I mention this was a BIGGIE post? lol.

    That’s all for today folks.

    Well be back tomorrow with a brand new OSB in perfect time for Thanksgiving so be sure to pop back then

    Meanwhile, go outside and drink in the last of Autumn while you can


    Boo and the Blossoms


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    Today I shall be brewing up in this


    I’m just not sure how well my teacup will hold it though??? ;)


  4. Sunday Wrap – Blue Tit or Tanger?

    November 23, 2014 by Boo


    It’s the Sunday Wrap

    Hey folks,

    Today I want to take the chance to answer a few of the questions we got on the Blog over the last week, especially the Bird Questions.

    Hey Boo,

    Is that pretty blue and yellow bird a real bird? If so, can you find out what kind of bird it is from Elly? It’s so pretty. Btw, I don’t think those bedraggled Sparrows were caught in the rain, looks more to me as if they were bathing. I used to have a budgie who would get herself so wet when she bathed, she looked like a drowned rat afterwards. Yet within a few moments of shading and fluffing her feathers were all dry and positively glowed. Boy, I wish my hair dried that quickly…LOL.

    Comment by Nightshadow — November 17, 2014

    Here’s what I found out about the birds I used in our ‘Morning After’ Collection


    This is the Blue Tit

    A common sight in the UK garden and I get to see them A LOT outside my office window where they love to perch on the old Cherry Tree and scoot around trying to catch the little midges that live in the vegetation.  They certainly inspire my creative process when it comes to choosing which bird will go in a new collection

    Here’s a little info from the RSPB society about them

    A colourful mix of blue, yellow, white and green makes the blue tit one of our most attractive and most recognisable garden visitors. In winter, family flocks join up with other tits as they search for food. A garden with four or five blue tits at a feeder at any one time may be feeding 20 or more.

    Blue tits are easy to recognise, with a blue cap and yellow breast. In spring and summer, watch out for young blue tits which have yellow instead of white cheeks.


    Latin name

    Cyanistes caeruleus


    Tits (Paridae)

    Where to see them

    Blue tits are common in woodland, hedgerows, parks and gardens. They’re widespread and found across the whole of the UK with the exception of some Scottish islands.

    When to see them

    All year round.

    What they eat

    Insects, caterpillars, seeds and nuts.


    Europe UK breeding* UK wintering* UK passage*
    20-44 million pairs 3,600,000 territories 15 million birds -
  5. New Collection – Thankful Heart

    November 22, 2014 by Boo


    Introducing Thankful Heart

    Our latest New Collection available via the Studio


    A closer look



    Some Inspiration form me


    Sneak Peek

    Coming to the Studio Wednesday 26th November


    What’s missing from this image?


    Keep your eyes peeled this coming week for a BooLand Exclusive  ;)

    Goodie Time

    On the Blog

    Click the image to grab your download



    Facebook & Twitter


    Need some visual Inspiration?

    Check out my new ‘Personal’ Pinterest Autumn/Fall Board for a ton of gorgeous Autumnal Inspiration that is sure to get your creative juices flowing again


    It’s a work in process but I’ve finally set up a Personal ‘Boo’ Pinterest Board where I can stash all my favourite things and keep our BooLand Boards nice and tidy and BooLand Related. So, if you feel like seeing what I personally love to follow, please come along and follow my Personal Boo Boards too. You’re more then welcome.

     You can still find ALL my BooLand and Digital  Scrapping stuff HERE including tutorials, new products, ideas and inspiration.

    Boo’s Personal Pinterest Boards are Here

    That’s all for today folks

    We’ll be back soon with more good stuff from Booland

    Meanwhile, take care and enjoy your weekend


    Boo and the Blossoms


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    Last few days


    Happy Thanksgiving Tea today  :)

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  6. What the Font Friday -15 FUN AND FREE THANKSGIVING FONTS

    November 21, 2014 by Boo


    What the Font Friday


    Hello dear peeps.

    How are you all doing today? Looking forward to a pleasant weekend? Elly and I will be tidying up our guest room ready for next week and a visit from my son Mike, his partner Annie and my gorgeous grandson Leon so I am super excited. I haven’t seen them in forever and can’t wait to enjoy some Nana Cuddles. How Annie will enjoy my Nana cuddles is another matter ;)

    Meanwhile, check out these awesome fun fonts I found on my web travels.

    * Little note* I was asked to remove these fonts by the original poster but since they are totally free and available via font sites I have instead redone the preview for you and reset the links myself. Please remember they are for personal use only but they are FREE to download so have fun.

    My apologies to the original poster for using their preview found via Pinterest. Perhaps you might make it known you prefer your images not to be pinned?

    Here are those all important links. I especially love the last one. I always need a nap hehe…..

    WTF Thanksgiving

    Links Here

    15 Fun & Free  in Always Here
    Thanksgiving Fonts in Made With B
    GATHER TOGETHER in Simon Script
    pecan pie, in Things We Said
    pumpkin pie &  in Pea Ellie Bellie
    apple pie, oh my! in FB Buttercream
    turkey in the straw  in KG Second Chances
    Dude, are you going to eat that drumstick?  in Janda Apple Cobbler
    Attitude of Gratitude  in Some Weatz
    MASHED POTATOES & GRAVY in Haityfont
    gobble gobble gobble  in Linowrite
    Please Pass the cornbread.  in Chalk Hand Lettering Shaded
    STUFFING ROCKS  in Orniste
    Tryptophan? What’s that?  in Janda Stylish Script
    Man, I’m stuffed.  in Coaster
    I need a nap. in Always Here


    That’s all for today folks

    We’ll be back tomorrow with a brand new Collection so please join us then

    Take care


    Boo and the Blossoms


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    Todays tea is a little different in that its not eggsactly (see what I did there hehe) TEA

    Check it out


    Want the recipe? Click the image to go to the page


  7. Tasty Thursdays – A Meatless Thanksgiving?

    November 20, 2014 by Boo

    Snow Frosted Autumn Leaves-long goodbye

    Hey Folks,

    A little bird tells me some of our American pals are having a horrible time with an early snap of cold and snowy weather while we here in the UK are enjoying what can only be described as positively balmy weather, certainly for the time of year and especially as its the UK and we are used to damp, grey, cold stuff. Ok, to be fair, I have noticed a definite downward turn in the temperature the last couple of days but oh my word, its still unseasonably warm for us here while you poor guys are struggling with all that snow and cold. All I can do is let you know I’m thinking of you and hoping it doesn’t last too long. We all love a little snow during the festive season but I for one think it should be banned after Boxing day, or at least, only visible at night time, lol.

    Let’s fill up on happier, warmer things for a while instead of dwelling on all that cold stuff. Today I have a lovely Tasty Treat for you to enjoy over the Thanksgiving weekend coming up soon. I’m not a vegetarian myself but I do enjoy some delicious meat free meals on occasion and these just looked too mouthwatering to pass up on. What do you guys think? Will they keep you warm during the cold weather?

    3 Meatless Entrees for a

    Delicious Vegetarian Thanksgiving

    Originally posted here

    Is it just me…… or does this look seriously delicious. even to a hardcore meat eater? Enjoy

    3 Meatless Entrees for a Delicious Vegetarian Thanksgiving

    There’s so much food served at Thanksgiving, you won’t even notice it if a turkey is missing. But just to be sure, here are three meat-free entrees to give thanks over. In addition to being delicious, they’ll look beautiful on your table – even more beautiful than a turkey!

    Roasted Pumpkin Soup – A whole roasted pumpkin steaming with fragrant steamed vegetables looks just as good as it tastes. Here’s a recipe inspired by “The Best Damn Pumpkin Soup” from PureWow.com.



    • One 3- to 4-pound cheese pumpkin (These pumpkins are usually flatter and darker than the tradition big orange jack o’lantern type you carved at halloween.)
    • 2 sprigs fresh rosemary
    • 3 sprigs fresh thyme
    • 1 leek, halved and thinly sliced (1 medium sized white or yellow onion should work, too)
    • 3 cups chicken or vegetable stock
    • 1 tablespoon freshly ground black pepper
    • ⅓ cup grated Parmesan cheese (or pumpkin seeds, dried cranberries for garnish)
    • Diced carrot, or other vegetable on hand (optional)

    1. Use a sharp knife to cut all the way around the stalk of the pumpkin so you can pull the top off in one fell swoop. Trim away any of the strings hanging down from the inside, then scoop out the pumpkin seeds to roast as a garnish for your finished dish.

    2. Add the fresh herbs  and and possibly some diced carrots or another vegetable if you want the filling heartier.

    3. Follow with the vegetable stock. Season with fresh ground pepper and salt, and replace the lid.

    4. Put the pumpkin on a rimmed baking sheet that you’ve greased well or lined with parchment paper so the pumpkin doesn’t stick to the pan.

    5. Replace the top and bake in an oven set at 375 or 400 degrees (you want the oven hot enough to cook the pumpkin, but not burn it). Remove after an hour and a half, maybe two hours, when the pumpkin inside is cooked through.

    6. To serve, put the pumpkin on a platter that you’ve lined with big dark green lettuce leaves.

    7. Scoop out portions of the pumpkin mixture into bowls (it will be soupy), and garnish with the toasted pumpkin seeds, grated parmesan cheese, or dried cranberries.

    The original version of this recipe appeared as The Best Damn Pumpkin Soup at PureWow.


    Butternut Squash with Whole Wheat, Wild Rice, Garlic & Red Onion Stuffing – Stuffing an acorn squash has become common as a meat-free Thanksgiving alternative. I prefer the taste of butternut squash, so when I saw this recipe on VegKitchen.com, it caught my attention right away.

    Figure one whole squash for every two people, plus an extra squash or two for good measure. Wrap each one in foil and bake at 375 degrees F for 40 to 45 minutes, or until you can just pierce through the narrow part with a knife. (You can do this step ahead of time.) Let the squashes cool somewhat, then cut in half lengthwise, and scoop out the seeds and their surrounding fibers. While you’re waiting for the squash to cool,

    • Bring 2 cups of water to a boil in a saucepan.
    • Stir in the 3/4 cup of wild rice (this should be enough for about 4 medium-sized butternut squash), reduce to a simmer, then cover and cook until the water is absorbed, about 40 minutes.
    • Heat a tablespoon and a half of oil in a skillet.
    • Chop and add one large red onion and two to three cloves minced garlic and sauté until golden.
    • In a mixing bowl, combine the cooked wild rice with the sautéed onion and 2 1/2 cups torn whole wheat bread, 1 tablespoon sesame seeds, some fresh sage, a half teaspoon dried thyme, and other seasonings you like.
    • Scoop out the squash pulp, leaving firm shells about 1/2 inch thick.
    • Chop or dice the pulp and stir it into the wild rice mixture.
    • Stuff the squashes, place in foil-lined baking dishes, and cover.
    • Bake in a 350 degree oven for 15 to 20 minutes, or just until well heated through.
    • To make a beautiful main dish, create a spiral on a platter by placing each squash with its narrow end facing in.

    Portobello Pot Roast – This divine vegan recipe is courtesy of the Happy Herbivore Holidays & Gatherings Cookbook by Lindsay S. Nixon. The basic ingredients include two cups of no-beef broth, a small onion, garlic, parsnips, four portobello mushrooms, water, balsamic vinegar, fresh thyme and rosemary, and vegan Worcestershire sauce.

    • Line a large pot with a thin layer of broth (maybe 1/2 cup at most).
    • Saute 1 thinly sliced, small onion and 2-4 cloves minced garlic until onion is translucent (not crispy).
    • Add 2-3 carrots, sliced, and 1 parsnip that has also been thinly sliced, plus remaining 1 1/2 cups broth.
    • Destem the 4 portobello mushrooms and slice them into strips. Layer the portobello strips on top of the veggies, and pour about a cup of water on top.
    • Drizzle 2 tablespoons of balsamic vinegar over the mushrooms, then add the herb sprigs on top. Use 6-8 sprigs, depending on how intense you want the flavor.
    • Cover and bring to a boil, then reduce heat to low and simmer until veggies and mushrooms are very tender, about 20 minutes.
    • Season with Worcestershire sauce to taste.
    • To make a beautiful statement for your table, serve on a bed of polenta decorated with a few sprigs of rosemary.

    One word springs to mind. YUMMY!

    As a special treat and a forerunner to our up-coming New Collection this weekend here’s a little goodie to get you in the mood.


    Coming This weekend to the Studio


    Don’t forget these are still available on sale folks



    Almost ended sale


    I wanted you all to know I have indeed read all your comments. Awesome ladies, please keep them coming. Some of you asked questions which I will go into more over the weekend wrap so  please do keep posting, asking questions etc and I’ll try and address them all then.

    That’s all for today folks. I’ll be busy interviewing for some new office staff to keep the gremlins at bay. Not sure about this one, there is something not quite right about those paws….?


    Take care and keep warm


    Boo and the Blossoms


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    No need to suffer the cold, come and join me for Hot Chocolate from a Teapot…. just for you ;)



  8. New in Store – OSB #28 & WOW Wednesday

    November 19, 2014 by Boo


    WOW Wednesday and New OSB in Store

    Hey folks,

    How are you all today?  I’m pretty good and enjoying the mild weather. I’ve been able to get outdoors a lot this week and walk which is good. I hope you’re weather is being good to you guys. I’m excited to share my latest creation with you today. OSB #28 is now available at the Studio and on sale with a lovely 40% off. Hope you like it.

    Available in store today

    OSB # 28


    a closer look



    Free with purchase

    This gorgeous QP


    Some Inspiration from me


    Don’t forget we’re retiring a bunch of stuff very soon. Check out my Bargain Bin HERE


    Sneak Peek


    Boo’s WOW Wednesday


    Hehe, poor Benny. It could indeed have been a nasty old spider but it wasn’t and that’s my watch word for today. Could have does not mean it is, was or would have been and for that reason I am telling myself to stop procrastinating and take action.

    I’m a shocking procrastinator. I have been all my life. My Grandad once told me when I was about 9 or 10 that he and my teacher had been talking at church and she’d told him I was a bit of a Procrastinator. Hey, I was only 9 or so. It was a very long word and new to me. I thought it meant I was super great at school. Grandad chose not to enlighten me so I blame him entirely for the fact that I never dealt with the problem LOL.

    The truth, for me at least, is that I shy away from making decisions in case they turn out to be the wrong decision. I hate the thought of letting anyone down or messing up and causing others problems so I find myself hours, days, weeks and longer trying to decide what to do about something and then discovering the time has passed and I’ve missed an opportunity.

    Now it’s my turn to try and encourage Elly who seems to be taking after her old mum with the procrastination issues. It’s not easy to encourage someone else to do what you can’t or won’t do yourself so I’m making a firm decision today not to procrastinate, to take action, to make a decision for Ellys sake. I don’t want her to miss out on lifes opportunities like I have.

    Yup, I’m getting a dog to replace those bird watching cats. Perhaps then we’ll get some work done around here???


    Darn it…….

    That’s all for today folks

    Take care and we’ll be back real soon with more fun and games in Booland


    Boo and the Blossoms



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    Oh dear…..perhaps I should hold off on getting a dog?


  9. Tip Tuesday – A tutorial from Snickerdoodles and Retiring Sale

    November 18, 2014 by Boo


    “OMG……. Boo’s retiring…..?”

    Retiring Sale

    Nope, I’m not retiring, just yet, hehe, but I am retiring a ton of my older products to make way for new. These will be gone by December and when I say gone folks, I really mean gone, forever, like never coming back, ever, not even for Christmas, so grab them while you can.

    Click the image to head to my Bargain Bin


    And there is still time to grab my latest New Collection ‘Morning After’ and my OSB #27 while they are on special New Release Discount price

    Check them out Here


    and Here


    I’m seriously thinking of getting a dog. No really. It’s all very well that these cats can find and deal with the office gremlins but if I’d known they would spend more time watching birds then grabbing gremlins I’d have thought twice about it. Still, I suppose it’s nice to have the company when I’m out and about bird spotting myself. After all, Elly’s at that age were hanging out with her old Mum is just too disturbing for words. ;)


    Boo and Marmalade bird watching


    Meanwhile, I have this awesome little video tutorial from my dear friend Karen aka Snickerdoodles which I’m sure you’ll get a lot out of.


    Using the Black and White Adjustment in Photoshop


    You can read the full tutorial on the Studio BLOG Here and download the PDF version HERE

    That’s all from me, the Blossoms and the office cats folks


    We’ll be back tomorrow with a brand new OSB for you

    Until then, take care and enjoy your day


    Boo and the Blossoms

    (and those cats too)



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    Yup, I need to get me a dog….


    Those cat’s are even taking over my tea time. Can’t have that now can I?


  10. Blossoms Inspiration

    November 17, 2014 by Boo


    Blossoms Inspiration

    Hello folks,

    How goes it? I sure hope you’re all well and those of you getting early snow are coping with the changes in weather. We are having unseasonably mild weather for the time of year. Not to rub it in, because well, lets face it, England is usually always pretty cold and damp lol, but we’ve been having some lovely warmish weather and even a little autumn sunshine every now and then. Having said that, we have also had rain but that is to be expected over here haha

    At least the weather hasn’t put our fantastic Blossoms off their amazing creative talent. Check out these gorgeous pieces of art with our latest New Collection ‘Morning After’



    bld_morningafter_SARAH 8 X 8




    and from me


    Morning After is available at the Studio and currently on sale at up to 71% off

    Check it out HERE


    And more Blossoms Inspiration with OSB #27





    Lynncal_bld_osb_27_ (600 x 600)

    and from me


    OSB # 27 is still available at its discounted 40% off price HERE


    You also get a gorgeous QP FREE with this purchase


    WOW, those Blossoms are amazing aren’t they. Thank you girls for filling us with such Inspiration


    Click here to grab yourself an amazing bargain before these products are retired for good

    That’s all for today folks

    We’ll be back real soon with more great stuff from BooLand so please be sure to check back soon

    Until then

    take care and enjoy your day, whatever the weather may be.

    I’ll be off Bird Watching with my staff. Who knew cats like watching birds? ;)



    Boo and the Blossoms


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    Cat in the Hide…. hehe


    Elly has presented me with a lovely little gift so I’ll be having my tea from these today