Walking into 2017 just being me 😘

Me and blogging are separating!

Hi everyone as you all know over the last couple of months I haven't blogged at all, well I have decided to take a break not only that I have been working so much I just haven't had time.

I should have told you sooner but me and blogging are separating just for the time being.

Thing you need to know that happened but we're not very exciting!

1: I turned 29. I had a nice meal planned with a few friends but they all dropped out on me so I ended up staying in having a drink. I am rethinking my 'friends' list for next year.

2: It was Christmas. I was on my own so it was very depressing and lonely.

3: New Year is coming up and I am all excited I'm hitting the town with my sister first time in forever, My dad doesn't like us spending time together don't know why never did understand it.

4: In January I am going back up to Manchester to see all my friends and have a good catch up so I am looking forward to that as well.

Bye for now.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Welcome to the world Rudi.

Wow.... Life has been exciting lately I got more hours at work and I have adopted a little kitten!
I don't really know how it happened.. it just did 😉

So everyone I would like you to meet this little guy Rudi.

DIY: Resin (attempt 2)

A Step by step How to with Resin.

1: Get all your moulds and resin kit out and ready.
Also get your decorations in place for when the resin is ready.


2: Remember to wear gloves and protect work surfaces.
Now follow the instructions to the letter/ measurements 
1 measurement of Hardener to 2 measurement's of resin.
Stir the resin thoroughly but gently try not to make any bubbles.

3: Getting it right will be trial and error.
When you think it's ready and you have stirred enough gently pour it over your moulds and decorations, try not to spill it so good judgement is key here.
Please ignore the newspaper. I improvised on a few things I used jar's and a old pop out pill case.
My silicone moulds I got off eBay 5 for just under a £5.

4: When you have finished filling your moulds they will need to dry so that takes about 24 hours to 2 days and also you need to cover them so no dust gets to them, here's my makeshift cover.
Old shelf from the fridge and my sugar container I put it on a slant so the air can still get to them but they are safe from debris and dust.
What works for me might not work for you so try many things and enjoy your self. This is my second attempt.

Here's a few more pictures