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At this rate, I shall be a millionaire before Christmas! Teagan of Teagan’s Books, has just bought this tote bag and I’m thrilled to bits. If Teagan’s work is new to you, I can recommend her blog highly. She is just coming to the end of a delightful YA serial set in the 1920s in which each episode incorporates three ingredients provided by one of her followers. Start at the beginning of Three Ingredients Cookbook-2, a Ghost in the Kitchen and I doubt you’ll be disappointed. And if you are, tough!

Just for good measure, here is Get Me to the Church in a frame.

Take care and keep laughing!


This is a special shout-out for Michelle of Tell Me About It who has bought one of my Bird in the Hand tote bags as a birthday present for her mother. I’m thrilled and I hope her mom is too! Thank you, Michelle.

Take care and keep laughing!


This is a special shout-out for Marilyn Griffiths of MKG-Memories-Keepsakes-Gifts — we follow each other on WordPress — who has just become my inaugural customer at Crated having bought a print of Copper Pear. Thank you very much, Marilyn!

Take care and keep laughing!



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