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Wednesday, 3 October 2012

WOYWW...

The weeks all pass so quickly don't they?  Here we are at yet another of my favourite day's of the week when I can call in on lots of my blogging friends to see what they have been up to during the week.

Thankfully Monday the weather was better and Jo was able to join me for fun.....we did seem to do more talking about it rather than doing it this week though  :-)  We have been making plans for a couple of craft fairs we hope to have tables at before Christmas and on my table today are the latest 4 little poppy pictures I have put into mounts ready for selling.


I must admit I do rather like them in these red and cream double mounts and think they will sell quickly....if they don't I just might frame them up and hang them on my walls.  :-)

The only other picture I have to share with you today is the batch of yummy bread rolls I've just made for lunch......please help yourselves to one but be careful as they are still warm.  :-)


That's all from me today.  Hope you like the new autumn look to my blog today.....those are the crab apples on the tree just outside my kitchen window....aren't they gorgeous colours?
Thanks for calling by today.  If you leave me a little hello comment I will do my best to pay you a return visit as soon as I am able.
Hugs,
Annie x

51 comments:

Lunch Lady Jan said...

I did notice the new blog look!! Those crab apples have such vibrant colours, you can't get much more autumnal than that?!

And I can smell the rolls from here, mmmmmm xxxx
Hugs, LLJ #1 xx

KatzElbows said...

You should totally keep them. I bet you end up with none of your art in your house. I'd snap them up in a minute, if I actually had any money! Have a great WOYWW,

cheers, rachel
No Mr Linky, so here's a link to my WOYWW post.

Neil said...

Those pictures are great. I can almost smell the bread rolls too, I think I'll eat one while I wander round the other blogs. Thanks for sharing them!

Judys Fabrications said...

Like the poppeies.As for those bread rolls. YUM!!

Jackie said...

I would buy the pictures, they are really nice, you will sell those quick i am sure....
Jackie 15
http://scrapbangwallop.blogspot.com

Julia Dunnit said...

I love the crab apple picture...such lovely colour to ease us into the dark! Everyone seems busy preparing for Craft Markets this year; with products like yours I expect you're in demand.

lisa said...

I love how your blog changes with the seasons, Annie. What huge crab apples you have, mine are much smaller and more orange but a lovely splash of colour. Don't worry, your poppies will sell like hot cakes and thanks for the delicious roll, I could smell them as soon as I popped over.
Happy WOYWW
Hugs Lisax #40

okienurse said...

Love the picture at the top of the blog. What do they call it? A header maybe. Are they crab apples? I love the poppy pictures. If I lived closer I would come to your sale! Have a great day. Vickie #22

RosC said...

Hi Annie,
The crabapples are beautiful indeed. My tree is just donning a new pale green dress.
Your bread rolls look wonderful, and so are the little dumfed pictures.
Love the differences in our seasons and reasons for being here.
Yours as ever,
Ros. #35

Helen said...

I couldn't bear to sell the pictures - or at least would have to have some myself, they are gorgeous (as are the rolls) Have a good week. Helen, 4

Angie said...

Love the Autumnal Header.
Again you have created small pieces of art for someone to treasure ....hope they sell well.....and those rolls would go so well with my homemade soup. xx

Lynn Holland said...

Yes I do like the Autumn look header picture and your work. It's a great season for colour.
Good luck with the craft fair. I will be getting my head down to some work myself next week for a couple I've got coming up.
Lynn 38

Claire said...

just love the blog header photo - soooo autumnal!!
and those bread rolls look scrummy... bet they smelled wonderful... *sigh*
HAPPY WOYWW!!
no. 12

Ann B said...

Gosh, sewing and backing, is there no end to your talents - nothing like the smell of newly baked bread, except the taste of course.
Love your poppy pictures, sure to fly of the shelf.
Thanks for popping in.
Ann B
#52

Trish Latimer said...

Gorgeous poppies Annie, I bet they'll fly off the table..you need to make more methinks, you could sell as many of those beauties as you can make!! Trish #3

Twiggy said...

Great new blog look, the poppy pictures are lovely
twiggy x

Emily said...

Mmmmm... the bread rolls look so scrummy.

I love the poppy pics too. I think I need to find one as it would look lovely in my living room.

Hugs
Emily #17

podgypanda said...

I can smell those rolls even though I'm in Bournemouth!!!!!Yummy
Love the poppy pictures too they are bright and cheerful, I'm sure they will sell extremely well. Everyone seems to be cheered up by the sight of poppies...have a look back at my older blog post to see the most amazing field of poppies ever!!
Keep well Julie(paperpathway)59

JoZart said...

lovely post full of colour, texture, flavours and aromas but most of all your wonderful talents. Thanks for popping in on me! love Jo x

sandra de said...

Gorgeous cards and I am sure you will sell anything you make quickly. You might want to do a side stall on bread rolls they look superb.
Sandra @73

donnalouiserodgers said...

whilst the buns look delicious it was the dragonfly that stole the show for me...

dx

Flying Fresian said...

Those rolls look amazing! Makes me think of the Great British Bakeoff :)

Twiglet said...

Yum - those rolls look and taste delicious I am sure!!!!! The poppies certainly look fab in those mounts. x Jo

Bernice said...

Yours is the second blog I've visited with bread on display - it's all starting to make me feel hungry! Those poppy pictures are lovely - I'm sure they will sell quickly.
Bernice #16

Neet said...

Hi Annie, yes, love your new blog header - always love your headers. Wish I was talented enough to do them myself.
Those poppy pictures are wonderful - you have no chance of displaying them yourself - they will go like hot cakes (no pun intended).
Thanks for the bread roll, was hard to choose one so I had two.
Hugs and thanks for the visit to me, Neet 31 xx

SueH said...

I’m sitting here drawling over those bread rolls Annie, they look delicious. Bread is one of the things that I’ve tried to avoid during my diet because I binge if I start on it, so how could you do this to me, Lol!

Your Poppy pictures are just beautiful and so poignant with Poppy day not too far away.

Thanks for stopping by this week.

Happy Crafting!
Sue
x

trisha too said...

Lovely poppies, someone will be so glad to find these, and thank you for the bread--it's actually breakfast time here, so yum!

:)trisha
#101 this week

famfa said...

Fabulous photo of autumnal crab apples. I thought they were plums. Poppies adorable. Umm rolls, slurp, dribble.
FAMFA x

Karen McAlpine said...

Ohh. Love the poppy pictures!!
Karen 91

Ali said...

Oooh your pictures are so pretty! Am sure they'll sell well. :)

Ali #59

Samantha Elliott said...

Mmmmn! Those rolls are nice. Just what the Doctor ordered...or would have done if I actually saw one earlier!
Those poppy pictures are gorgeous. I will happily buy one if there are any left. Love poppies and such a pity they go over so quick.
Love your photo on your header. Thought they were plums when I first saw them!
Doh!
xx

Fiona@staring at the sea said...

Poppies and freshly baked bread, what could be better x
Fiona #118

pearshapedcrafting said...

Love your poppies! Oh! And my downfall.....,,freshly baked bread! Chrisx

Mary Jo Rhoda said...

Love your sweet poppy pictures!
And yummy looking rolls, too :)
Mary Jo #93

Caro said...

Gorgeous poppy pictures and I would love one of those yummy looking bread rolls to go with my homemade soup. Thanks for sharing. Caro xx #43

Jojorenee said...

Love the start to you post and the end with yummy rolls!

glitterandglue said...

Have been reading your entries for months now, but have only just plucked up the courage to enter the internet world of websites and blogs for ourselves. I love to see what you have been making; so much so, that hubby just bought me a needle felting machine for my birthday!! Have only had three gos so far... Keep up the good work.
Margaret

fairy thoughts said...

hi Anne
loads of desks seem to have yummy homemade bread on them this week. your rolls are no exception. but not as yummy as your poppy pictures, they will sell for sure.
thanks for sharing
janet #9

Sian Evans - One and Only Design said...

Wow I love your poppy pictures, how very talented you are! x

Lydia La La said...

Everything looks terrific! Now... where's our recipe for the bread rolls?? They look so smooth and damn edible. Missed you. xo

Anne said...

Hello Annie thanks for popping by my blog. I love knitting but find knitting the 36 squares in moss stitch a bit boring. There are some lovely blanket patterns I would have liked to try but have to make it as requested. Have now finished 12 squares :-) The poppy pictures are just gorgeous and I can smell those rolls. Love the new look of your blog. Anne x

Princess Judy Palmer said...

Love the dumfing poppy pictures!

Di said...

Belated happy WOYWW Annie - I can vouch for the poppy pictures being just fabulous!

I was late so no rolls left - just crumbs :(

Hugs, Di xx

Shazsilverwolf said...

The poppies are gorgeous- you know they are going to sell, you'll just have to make yourself some more. And fresh out of the oven bread rolls- absolutely nothing in the world( not even chocolate) tastes as good.Have a great week, Shaz #58

Elizabeth said...

Hi Annie, love your new look header - those berries are gorgeous, as are your poppies ... I'm sure you will have no trouble selling them. Those rolls should have cooled down enough by now for me to be able to snatch one without burning my fingers :))

Hope you have a good week and a belated happy WOYWW to you. Elizabeth x #49

Paula Gale said...

Hello Annie ((waving))

Those poppy pictures look beautiful - you know I'm a sucker for them - they would look lovely somewhere else in my house... anywhere in fact...

I bet the dragonfly was gorgeous too.

How do you get your bread rolls to look so round? I know that's a daft question, but Darren made some last week and they did end up a bit like bricks - we ate them and were nice(ish) - but what's the secret? He needs to know it! lol...

Love the pics of the twins with their rag dolls - they came out great - you are such a special nanny - your true calling!

gonna love you and leave you know and attempt to get round more people this week (I've failed the last few times)...

Big massive hugs

Paula x x x

Tertia said...

Love the new header. The poppie pictures are awesome! I would buy them.
Happy VERY belated WOYWW!

peggy aplSEEDS said...

I enjoyed my visit today, twin adventures, lovely and yummy projects and even a dragonfly! Lots to see! Thanks for sharing!

MaggieC said...

Great minds think alike. I have just added a picture from my room to my blog, and intend to change it as the seasons change. Your crab apples look wonderful but not a scrummy as your bread. I shall be doing something similar tomorrow. I have been making all our bread most of this year. I love the hair salon. It looks much better fun than most salons. xx Maggie #35

Cardarian said...

I love your posts and I did have a big read jumping up and down your blog to get all the news - poor little boy breaking his leg! Well not to worry as my grandmother always used to say - it will all be well by the time he gets married! :-)
Lots of hugs,
Cardarian

Sue from Oregon said...

Your projects are framed so lovely Annie! I will right over for lunchies!!!