Ok, the ladies over at the CSD blog, have never ever said they were average or like everyone else. When this challenge ended up in my mailbox I laughed out loud - and got an insane idea!!
The Challenge was:
This "Watch Your Language!" Challenge will change your whole outlook on Paper Crafting, I assure you!
Just how so? Well, I'm going to have you all dig deep down and let her out. We're all women, I want to hear some roaring!
"WTF!" "OMG!" We're all a little guilty and have let it slip, most of the time without even realizing it. I know I have with all these damn computer problems lately. LOL So, what's wrong with putting it down on paper? Nothing! Bad words exist.
I'm going to start you off with a little test to see where you are all at "mind-wise" for this.
I'm thinking of a word that starts with F- and ends in -UCK. There are two obvious answers to this. For those of you who thought of a "Fire-Truck" we have a little bit of preparing to do. But if I'm right, the larger percentage of you thought of a different answer. Now am I right or am I right?
Yes, this may be a little iffy BUT....yes, the BIG BUT....that is what a "challenge" is all about! Are you up for it? If so, challenge yourself and think up something you can create in this Paper Crafting realm and use those naughty words!
Keep in mind that you don't need to over-do it. You can use the word "a$$" or "I3!tch" or the s-word, b-word or any other x-word for that matter without sounding too hostile.
If you have little ones and need to be appropriate for their sake feel free to use "symbols" or the word "beep" in place of the bad word. Use your imagination and go away at it! Most of all....have FUN!
This is what I did....
It is a mini-album, dedicated to the people that I sometimes need to describe in bad ways.... Nasty consultants or other people that just does NOT work with me! ;)
Ok, you didn't think I wouldn't challenge you now.... Time for you too ladies!!
These are the rules (as a addition to the challenge I described above!) Our Sketch Artist, Anam Stubbington, has created this Exclusive Sketch for us here at C.S.D. However, you DON'T need to use it if you have something else in mind.
You DO need to include at least 1 cuss word (or your substitute).
You DON'T need to create a Scrapbooking Layout, any Paper Creation will do.
You DO need to make sure it's linked up with Mr. Linky with "Watch Your Language!" as your post title so that it's easier for the Lollipop Girls to locate it when voting.
You DON'T need to play specifically for the prize if your here just for fun but keep in mind that the winner will be responsible for their own s&h.
You DO need to make sure your Paper Creation is linked up by the DUE DATE which is: Monday, October 26, 2009 if you are playing for the Blog Candy. Otherwise, feel free to share your creations anytime and we may just add it to the Eye Candy gallery at some point.
The WINNER of this challenge will be voted for by the Lollipop Girls of C.S.D. and announced on the blog on Wednesday, October 28, 2009. The WINNER will win a 309 Piece Collection Kit by Sassafras Lass called "Starry Night" from the Life is Beautiful Line.
*in deep and true awe here* I knew Zarah was goooooood, but this is awesome! And also, take the time and run through the webshop connected to that blog - they have great deals, and good value when it comes to shipping etc!
Even if you are The Grinch you will love this! *promises*
Ok, I have never made any secret of the fact that I am a geek. A nerd-ling in disguise, a geek in mind and body. You see, I have a little saying, I don't know where I read it first so I can't really quote it properly, but guys... Geeks will inherit the earth! Yeeha!
Anywho... drifting off the subject again...
You know the amazing blog I talk to you about from time to time..? It is time to get back there and check their new challenge out...
Look here, it has my name written ALL over it, as usual :)
Geek is the new Black, the alpha and omega, the sun on the sky and all the chocolate-covered macadamias in the new Ben&jerry ice cream! (Drifting again, I went to B&J icecream bar in Stockholm yesterday - but that is a whole other story!!!)
Ok so the challenge.... here are the rules:
-The base of your Paper Creation should be BLACK. It doesn't have to be all black or even plain black, but black. With that said, you don't have to create a layout. It can be any kind of Paper Creation (a layout, a card, a mini album, an altered item, etc.). -The title/journaling on your Paper Creation (should you choose to add one) should be WHITE. -You must include a PLAID, CHECKERED orARGYLE PRINT and -You must include anAPPLE. It doesn't matter how many.
Already created a Paper Creation that fits into these rules? Awesome! Go ahead and enter it into the Challenge! They don't need to be new. Due Date: Midnight (est) Monday, October 10, 2009
Wanna se my take on it?
And have you seen the prize?? The lovely ladies over atE.A.D has donated the price!!! It is an awesome kit of vinyl rubon things!! Well drool-worthy!
So are you really still here....? Off to the scrapping table with you....!!
This blog notice is going to be just a boasting about my lovely friend who has helped me with tons of pictures!
Quite a few of you have asked me about my photos on my layouts and how I have made them to look that great. Newflash darlings, I am a "PS illiterate" and don't know anything but how to adjust levels and resize. On a good day I might even be able to make a photo black and white, but that is really pushing it. That is when I call in the Heavy Artillery... She is an amazingly talented PS editor, and I am in awe about how great she is. At live scrap events I praise her ability to make average looking photos into masterpieces! Are you curious yet...?
It is of course the darling Zarah - she is the woman I can thank for all these amazing pictures, and also a bit of a rescuing angel when it came to wedding pictures taken by my parent-in-laws!
If you look closer on all my layouts, you can see the intricate details on the photos and the extra frames and things. I am SO GRATEFUL Zarah helps me with this, and have the patience to do so even when she has tons to do herself! Thank you darling - you are the best!
....used in a number of different ways. This is Stina's sons way of using his shoes..... Apparently these shoes now stinks from being soaked in the water! J on the other hand was dead chuffed about his smart idea!
Red and white cs from Bazzill Patterned paper from October Afternoon Journaling label from October Afternoon Thickers "Subway" from American Crafts My own handwriting
Isn't he soooo cute? :)
Stay tuned for more scrapping things - I'm on my way to Tettiz for another few days of sister-company, and if I am a good girl during the days and write, I will get to scrap like crazy during the evenings :)
...and her son is on this next layout. My darling friend Stina let me scrap a few of her pictures during our scrapping weekend in Kolbäck. I don't know what it is, but I usually enjoy scrapping another person's photos sometimes - probably because they are different, and not the same old same old that I scrap myself...
Anywho... this layout is the result of a photo from Stina, and a sketch from Wildärtan. It was a challenge that Karlssons Scrapperi was hosting during the crop.
White and black cardstock from Bazzill Patterned paper from October Afternoon Flowers ad leaves from Petaloo and Prima Buttons from the never-ending-button-bag Black Scrappers Floss Bling from KARS (can be found in Stampeezee's webstore!) Black blingswirl from The Nook monthly kit
For those of you who don't know it... Tettiz's daughter Kajsa is my "niece" (Well, it is perfectly logical seeing Tettiz is my "sister"!)! She is a little sunshine, with lots of personality and adorability (new word - live with it...).
When I was in Kolbäck for the scrapping crop last weekend I got a photo of Kajsa to scrap. Me and Tettiz had both got a bit stuck and we needed to get going. There is nothing that gets the two of us going as a 30-minute challenge. You get 30 minutes to do a layout, which means there is not much time to sit and think. Just do it, like they say at Nike...
The result is shown below and I am pretty pleased :D
The text says: "You are aunties beloved rascal! This picture is taken in April 2009 when you were given rice to eat. Well, most of the rice got stuck to you face and hair, but anyway....!" Then the title is a word-game that is not easy to translate or explain - you just have to take my word for it when I say I was being funny :D
CS from Bazzill (white and black)
Patterned paper from Basic Grey "Indian Summer"
Flower and bling from Prima and Kaiser Craft
Thickers from American craft (Daiquiri and Patchwork)
Round alphabet stickers from Jenni Bowlin
My own handwriting and Fluid Chalk (Chestnut roan)
At our wedding Tettiz thought it was a bit silly to be called a "maid" seeing she is married and have a daughter. Adam's mother then told her, that it is called a matron of honour if that is the case! We thought this was rather funny, and it has become a bit of an in-joke with us after that!
I haven't really been scrapping a lot of the wedding pictures yet, mainly because I am scared I will scrap them and then get very disappointed with it, seeing wedding pictures are so precious and need a certain "feeling" to it. Well, I have put that fear aside now, and started scrapping them. It is so much fun, and brings out so many memories!
This is one of my favourite pictures of my sister and Tettiz as they are walking into the church with me and my dad!
This is made after a sketch of AlienBling - Thanks hun for the inspiration!!
Cardstock (White & cream) from Bazzill Patterned paper from Pink Paislee Flowers, swirl, pearls, and centre piece (in one flower) from Prima Marketing Bling from Kaiser Craft Black chipboard alpha from Pink Paislee Black and white mini alphabet stickers from Making Memories My own handwriting
....we were standing in the church, promising each other to be forever together. I can still remeber the whole ting, the song sung by my cousins, how you looked and how I felt! We had a day we will remeber forever, and we see that as a beginning of our life together!
I was thinking about how quickly this year has passed, when I was making this layout! It is already more than a year ago!! Amazing, and insane!! I made this when I was away last weekend, and I used mainly the Scrapbook Nook Kit again - the colours are warm and suitable for these pictures! I like!
Material list: Cardstock Bazzill Patterned paper from Pink Paislee Pearl swirl and pearls from Prima Marketing My own hand writing Thickers from American Crafts (Mirror Mirror) Rubons from Pink Paislee See-through Sticker from Pink Paislee Circle Mini alphabet stickers from Jenni Bowlin
I still have to pinch myself, that I got HIM. My darling husband, who loves me unconditionally, and that is ok with me being all over the place, travelling around to different scrapping conventions and that has a mind that is all over the place. I do love him, more than anything else! A true blessing!!!
Right now I'm torn. I do enjoy being in Sweden, being close to friends and family and being able to enjoy the Swedish nature and things again. But I don't feel completely happy, when I can't share it with the one person that makes me whole. There is so many things I miss from England, apart from "Him indoors".... My kitty cats, my bed, Starbucks, my desk and all things I take for granted when I am there. I am trying to think about what a great experience this is for me, I'm learning so much in the hospital and the working environment is so much better than in England, but still, no Husband..
Well at least countdown is initiated... In less than two weeks I will be standing close to the bridge between Sweden and Denmark, waiting for The Knight on his White Horse... or more like pearl gray Jag, but nevermind ;)
Miss you bunsy, sooo much!
Sorry for the ranting and sulky blog post, but I just needed to get it off my chest I think! Tataaa for now!!
....I can feel it when I go to work in the mornings. The first frost nights are not far away now! I do, however, like autumn and winter and I love the colours that come out now. And to top it off, I have my birthday in November! *smiles*
I got my last Scrapbook Nook Kit and I love it - the colours are amazing, and I have already made a few things with it!
This is a good-to-have-card that I can take if I need to send someone a card for some reason! I love the colours here too, and I have to say that the Ladies over at the Nook know their stuff!
Material List: (Mainly from the kit actually!) Cardstock: Bazzill normal, and swiss dotted brown cardstock Patterend Paper from Pink Paislee Rectangle with "Autumn Wishes" from Pink Paislee Flowers and Leaves from Prima Marketing "Dots" made with Pearl Makers (Avaliable at Brunkullan!!)
Thanks for looking everyone - I really do apprechiate you coming over and checking my site out!
I have not only been doing layouts, but also done a few cards.
Here is one card I started when I was visiting Tettiz - but that I finished while I was visiting Malin!
I started out by colouring the lovely lovely dressy Anya stamp with the Copics pens. (You can ind these stamps in Debbie's shop Stampeezee!!) After I had done that I mounted it and decorated it as you see below:
Material list: Cardstock: Bazzill Patterend Paper: Bo Bunny Flowers and leaves Prima Marketing Letters Bo Bunny Bling from KARS (which can be found HERE at Stampeezee!)
I hope you like it, and I will get back later with more cards and layouts!
....of my dear friend Malin! You and me, we are very much alike, and aloud :D Even though you are a rock chic, who loves AC/DC and can party way wayway more than I can ever do, you have a heart of gold!
I made this layout when I was visiting said Malin, and I really liked how it turned out!
Cardstock: Light pink Bazzill Patterned paper: Basic Grey Indian Summer Black bling stones from Kaiser Kraft, Black bling swirls from the latest Scrapbook Nook monthly pack, flowers from unknown source, center piece from Prima Marketing, chipboard letters from Pink Paislees latest series (can be bought HERE at Brunkullan!!), and my own handwriting!
....very busy, and that is the reason to why this blog gets sadly forgotten inbetween updates!
But on the bright side... I have also been very busy scrapping and cardmaking!!
First I went to Tettiz for a long weekend of girly fun! Her Husband was away and we were bumming around, scrapping, watching TV, eating jummy food and playing with Tettiz daughter Kajsa! (My "niece")
During my time in Stockholm I made tons of things, and I will show you a bit at the time :D
The weekend after that, which is the weekend that just passed, I went to Lillpiga and visited her in her new house A.K.A castle! We had a really nice time, and on saturday we met up with 20 other scrapping crazy ladies and had a crop over 12 hours. I was insanely productive there as well. However, I created layouts with other people's photos so I didn't get so many things with me home, seeing I gave the layout to the owner of the picture! (Hopefully I will get some pictures anyway so that I can show you!)
But now, lets start with a layout I did last weekend :) It was a challenge from Tettiz and it was to create something using BLACK, WHITE and PINK only! Here is my layout:
Material list: Cardstock: Bazzill Black and White Pink diecut-paper from Basic Grey (Lemonade series) Buttons and Ribbon form a monthly kit from Paper Poisies Mini alfabet stickers from Making Memories White Thickers (Daiquiri) Flower (mini roses and bigger flowers) from Prima Marketing
That was it for now - you just have to stay tuned for more jummyness in the blog! I promise you I will give my blog some more loving from now on!
I told you yestreday you were in for something exciting in this blog today :)
Truth of the matter is that it is not ONLY in my blog but it starts over here!
Over at CandyShoppe Designs there is a fabulous bloghop!! *throwing confetti and doing a happy dance!*
Ok, click on the link above, go and read about the bloghop and the rules and then start your way through the list of blogs. On each blog you will find a new step!
You will find Step number 10 here
You are now ALMOST done! It is time to add a title to the layout!! there are no rules to how this should look, or where on the layout it should be! If you want, you can also add some journaling! At least add the date when the picture was taken - it is SOOOOOO valuable when you go back and look at your layouts years later!
In my own layout I did like this:
Have you done it...? In that case it is time to get back to C.S.D. and post a comment and a LINK to your finished layout!!
The deadline for this challenge is 28th of sept - so get to your scrapping places and start creating!!
And have you seeeeeeen the prize.....? It is sponsored by the fabulous Studio Calico! I am definately soooo disappointed I can't participate in the contest!!!
The fine print for the contest can be read on the CSD Blog but I post them here as well, so that you know them! Rules: 1. You must complete the Blog Hop in the order listed below. Please do not skip over anyone. If you find that there is a dead end somewhere through the Hop please wait a little bit as we are all on seperate time zones. 2. After each Lollipop Girl's Blog you visit you will be directed back here to C.S.D. to check-in. CHECK-IN by leaving a COMMENT under this post letting us all know 1 thing you have learned about that particular Lollipop Girl you just visited that you never knew beforehand. Also, let us know how you are coming along with your layout and anything else you'd like to share. 3. You MUST follow the SIMPLE STEP that each Lollipop Girl lays out for you. In the end of it all you should have a completed layout with YOUR interpretation of the SIMPLE STEPS we gave you. 4. You MUST enter the layout you completed during the Blog Hop into the Challenge for the Lollipop Guild Kit Blog Candy. You may create as many layouts as you'd like by doing the Blog Hop over again for extra chances at winning.
.....soon there will be a big, fun, exciting challenge on this blog... Oh, you want to know what? Sorry girls and boys, can't tell yet.... But stay tuned - tomorrow there will be something exciting here!!! :D
*stops teasing and goes back to resting after a long day at the hospital*
Ok, so I have been home in Sweden for a week now and I am absolutely exhausted!
First it was an interesting trip home, seeing I ended up in the check-in-desk from Hell. I had 2 kilograms too much in my bag and my handluggage was on the limit to what was allowed. The snooty lady told me I HAD to unpack some things because it was too heavy. Well ok, then but I have never ever experienced that they have argued over 2 kilograms before... Never mind. Luckily Adam was with me so that he could take some stuff out of the bag and then into a box and ship it over with the post instead. BUT the response when I went back to the checkin was priceless... "Well I hope you haven't put the things in you hand luggage now, because it was almost too heavy as well. Do I need to weigh your hand luggage again....?" I almost had a hizzy fit on the spot... Luckily Adam calmed me down and bought me a Latte from Starbucks at the airport.
I arrived in Sweden on the sunday, and was picked up at the airport by my mother. We drove home, had some dinner and aimed to get an early night. I was up a bit too late, but finally got to bed and had a decent nights sleep!
On monday morning I reported to the administrative person at the Medicine ward at the hospital. She had sorted a lot of things out for me and I got logins for the computers, a bleeper and some other important papers. After that it was the morning meeting at 8.00 and then off to the ward to start working. The first day was rather busy and I had tons to learn and take in. Exhausted in the evening and crashed rather early.
Tuesday to friday went by extremly quickly. Every day I got more and more confident and by the end of the week I was having my own rounds, doing all the examinations, talking to the patient, planning management etc. I even got to have my own discharge talk with a patient and her relatives! It feels really good to be trusted and not having to ALWAYS run to your supervisor to ask for permission. Of course I wouldn't do anything I wasn't allowed, but you catch my drift!
I was absolutely shattered when the weekend arrived and I fell asleep before ten on friday. I didn't get up until 11 on satudray and went down shopping for clothes around lunchtime on saturday. In the evening I went to my dad and had crayfish and jummy omelette and then watched a movie! Really nice, and very tired when I got home...
Today I slept til 11.30 (!?!?!?! Wtf....) and after that I have been busy doing tons of things. I took mom for a walk, went and did the weekly shopping, cleaned the car, including vacuming it inside, and then I defrosted mom's freezer. Oh my god that was well needed. It hadn't been done in ages and I had to throw quite a bit away seeing it was mainly dried out and gone so to speak. During that I also prepared some snacks bags for the week, with nuts, dried fruit and pumpkin seeds. Good to keep with you when you get hungry in between meals. Better than eating jummy swedish chocolate, that's for sure!
Tonight I will try to get an earlyish night, but have some studying to do as well. I hope mom will make some dinner so that I can focus on my studying. Need to make a bit of a plan for the week as well. I was hoping I would be able to go and get some exercise done, but not sure where at the minute. I dont't think I want to pay for 2 months at the nice gym, seeing I will not be using it that much. I might check out Friskis&Svettis here in town and go to that. Usually very good and not too expensive!
Ok, I have to get going now, otherwise I will not get done, I know me ;) Tata for now!! :)
Ok, it is not any where NEAR as dirty as you thought *smiles*
One of our challenges for CandyShoppeDesigns was to "Strip". The instructions were to strip something and use on a layout. After a bit of soul searching and thinking I decided to strip my chocolate box, inside and out, and use as strips on my layout! The result is seen below but it doesn't end there....
I have been in absolute shock for a few weeks and now I can FINALLY tell you guys!!
I sent a Design Team application to this amazing lady, called Lynnette, a few weeks ago. Zarah sent me a link to this really nice blog and told me that I should apply there, because it seemed to be something I would like, and was she right or WHAT?
Lynnette, who is the owner of the blog, mailed me and told me I was elected to be on the design team as a Lollipop Girl and I have been walking around dieing to tell you about this ever since!!
The blog is now launched and there are tons of challenges, and goodies and giveaways and...and.....and.... a whole lot of talent! The other Lollipop Girls are amazing artists and I am soooooo happy I made the team!! If you don't recognize me, I can be found as Pink Cocoa/Coffee bean (the Judges are still out on the final name ;) )
So, are you actually still here???? Aren't you supposed to surf to the site to check all the good stuff out?? :) And hey, do what I did - swtart following the blog - then You won't miss a thing!
....this blog in English for a bit. I will occasionally post things in swedish of course, but seeing I am now in England and also have a few scrapping things happening here I like to continue my blog in English! Hope the Swedes will stay with me anyway!!!
First of all - I want to direct you to a lovely scrapping store here in England. It is called Stampeezee and is run by a lovely lady dalled Debbie. In august and during the autumn I will be having smoe workshops there and if you are around I hope you would like to come join. If you go to the webpage there is a calendar down to the right, and there you get all the details you need! Call or mail Debbie and reserve a spot TODAY! :)
Second of all I would like to announce the winner of my sketch-competition a bit further down in the blog. Thank you girls for all your lovely work - it is so nice to see how you all interpret my sketch and the "rules"!!
By use of random.org I got the following number...
When looking at the comments the winner is:
with this absolutely GORGEOUS layout!!!
Annika: mail me your address and I will send a little something as a prize to you!
That is all for now girls and boys! I will hopefully update this sadly forgotten blog a bit more frequent now when I have refound my crafting/scrapping-joy!!
....guys and gals! You HAVE to check this blog out. It is not only extremly pretty (I like pink, remeber?) but it is full of inspirations and give-aways!! It is called Candy Shoppe designs and is run by a lady called Lynnette! I am so happy I found it - it rocks!
Surf on over and check it out - I am already a follower - come on and join you too!!!
Ok jag rensar i mina QK-gömmor och gör mig av med alfabet...
Biography Classic - 1000kr Sophisticate inkl diesen, men inte lådan med grejer till - 650kr CK Typist (retired sedan lääääänge) inkl några dies (cirkel, fyrkant och kapsyl) - 850kr Moxie Classic - 750kr Diesel Classic - 1000kr
Svara här i kommentarerna eller skicka mig ett mail på a.prestwich(snabel-a)warwick.ac.uk.
Jag tillämpar eventuellt mängdrabatt och portot är enligt portotabeller! :)
On the Nook Forum there was a thread started by Zarischka, about perhaps having a little crop/challenge/sketch this weekend. She is very lucky though, she is having scrapbookingcompany ALL weekend from Knin and Hattifnatt!! I am guessing her crafts room will be VERY well used!!
So this is my challenge to you - I have made a sketch (seen below) and I want you to scrap, make a card or alter or a canvas from that. The only other rule is that you need to use more than THREE patterned papers!
The challenge will close on Monday the 20th of July at 9.00 GMT.
When you have finished you post a comment to this post, and link to your created masterpiece!
I will give away a little prize to someone that I will randomly generate from your comments number!
So, are you still here?? Off you go to the scrapping table!!
..... på att uppdatera här i bloggen.... Och inget har jag att skylla på heller, förutom att jag går i skolan, försöker mig på att jobba på min kondition genom att träna, och även njuta lite av sommaren som verkar ha kommit hit!
Det jag däremot har gjort i helgen är att jag pysslat en del med Tettiz som är här och hälsar på. I äkta DrAnnika-och-Tettiz-anda har jag även rensat lite bland mina pysselsaker. Det borde vara förbjudet att vara en sådan hamster som jag är!!!
Jag har därför satt igång att rensa bland mina QK alfabet. Jag har ALLDELES för många som ligger och samlar damm då jag, liksom många andra pysslare, ser charmen med de nya sakerna och vill ha dem istället!
Om du kollar in HÄR så kan du se vad jag säljer på pyssel.net. Tänkte att jag även lägger ut listan här, om det är något som intresserar dig, så skicka antingen ett mail/kommentar här eller gå in i tråden på pyssel.net och skriv upp det där!
Apple Apricot Berry Red Black Blender Blossom Blue Pearl Blush Canary Carmine China Blue Cocoa Cool Aqua Cool grey 3 Cool grey 5 Coral Corn Flower Cyan Emerald French Navy Gold Grass Henna holly Ice grey 2 Ice grey 5 Lavendar Lemon Lilac Lime green Marine Maroon Meadow green Mustard Olive green Orange Pastel Beige Pastel Blue Pastel Green Pastel Pink Patel Yellow Pine Poppy primrose Prussian Pumpkin Rose Pink Royal blue Ruby Satin Sky Blue Slate Terracotta Umber Warm Grey 2 Warm Grey 4
QK-alfabet Sophisticate 600kr Vixen 800kr Blossom grande 500kr
Copicspennor Ett set med 12 Copicspennor - främst avsedda att måla hudfärger med! YR02, R02, R20, R32,E00, E04, E11, E21, E35, E37, 0, 100 SÄLJES ENBART SOM SET! Pris: 220kr (nypris ca 265kr - jag har ALDRIG använt dem, eftersom att jag snabbt köpte de två 72pennors-lådorna!)
Övrigt Derwent Watercolour pennor 24st - 120kr Derwent Torrpastel pennor 36st - 200kr Kolla in Derwents hemsida för mer info om pennorna!
Så om ni inte redan gjort det - skutt in på pyssel.net och köööööp *fnissar* Om ni inte är medlemmar där men ändå skulle vilja köpa, skicka ett mail till mig på annikaprestwich[snabela]gmail[punkt]com!
Hittade denna lilla lista hos sötaste Linda och tänkte jag kunde göra den!
SKOR: Högklackat på skolan/jobbet, hemma ballerina-liknande skor SNEAKERS: Bara när jag tränar, även om jag i smyg suktar efter ett par bruna converse classic! JEANS: Alltid när jag är ledig, men ”förbjudet” på jobbet/skolan T-SHIRT: en del, har mest strechiga/tajta tshirtar UNDERKLÄDER: Gärna microfiber, vita VÄSKA: Jag har två egentligen. En högt älskad Mulberry Bayswater och en liten messengerväska som jag har på mig varje dag på sjukhuset. PLÅNBOK: Har två stycken, en stor perfekt Mulberry plånbok samt en mindre dito som jag kan ha i min lilla ”doktorsväska”. SOLGLASÖGON: Ja tack – stora flådiga historier, gärna med bling på! KLOCKA: Ibland, kollar vanligtvis klockan på mobben SMYCKEN: alltid förlovnings- och vigselring samt min doktorsring, örhängen och ibland halsband. TV: bara när jag tittar på serier på DVD MOBILTELEFON: Nokia MP3: Ipod Nano, Ipod classic och en hel hög gamla ipåddisar DATOR: iMac och min bärbara MacBook Pro SMINK: I.D. Bare Minerals, Make Up Store och Chanel ANSIKTSKRÄM: Clarins Beauty Flash och någon fänsyschmäncy ögonkräm från salongen jag går och vaxar ögonbrynen hos. DEODERANT: MuM TANDKRÄM: Sainsbury’s basic SCHAMPO/BALSAM: Någon lila historia från frisören TVÅL: Sainsburys standard PARFYM: Chanel: Coco Chanel MINERALVATTEN: Alla olika varianter och smaker, men det måste vara med bubblor! VIN: Helst vitt nu för tiden! DRINK: Cosmo baby…. ☺ BRÖD: knäckebröd MAT: Just nu – Cambridgekuren, annars mycket kyckling och engelsk husmanskost GLASS: Magnum eller Top Hat GODIS: Schåkelaaaad SÄNG: Hästens och Ikea LAKAN: Vita och blåa FRISÖRSALONG: Headquarters i Kenilworth DAGSTIDNING: På näääääätet dårå! MAGASIN: Jag gillar skvallerblaskor :fnissar:
Seså, iväg och gör den själva, och lämna en kommentar så nyfikna jaaaaag kan gå och glutta sen dårå!!
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Jättemysigt initiativ och MERA SÅDANT!! Vi måste ta hand om varandra och kom ihåg vad Stefan Einhorn menade i sin bok "Konsten att vara snäll"... Om vi alltid strävar efter att vara snälla mot varandra, blir kontentan att andra även är snälla tillbaka!