If you are interested in photography, I now have a dedicated blog Deborah Jane Photography where you can view my favourite photographs. I am looking to take the step from hobby to business, specialising in photographing newborns and children both at home and on location.
I am also thinking about the possibility of including wedding and event photography,
And I am currently studying for a diploma in photography with the Institute of Photography.
If you know anyone who would be interested in my services, I would be grateful if you would direct them to my website - Deborah Jane Photography
or My Blog
for more information.
I am a fourty something wife, and mother of five. I have found my true vocation in crafting. I have come to realise I have loved it since I was a child. When I was at junior school, I used to make little creatures from wooden cotton reels. My younger sister used to take them to school and sell them. She was a much better salesperson than me, which may account for the fact that I've never managed to make a living from my passion. I have done all sorts over the years, but now am in to card making, scrapbooking, both paper and digital, and papercraft of all sorts. I will try to bring interesting topics to this blog. If there is anything you would like to see, then feel free to leave a comment. But in the meantime ENJOY.......
My designs are for inspiration only. Please do not copy them directly and pass them off as your own. If you have any questions please email me and I will try to answer.
WISH LIST of MUST HAVES ~ PLEASE TAKE NOTE MY DEAR HUSBAND, I KNOW YOU'RE ALWAYS STUCK FOR IDEAS!!
Rob and Debs welcome you to Daisy Chain Plant Nursery Ltd. We are a new independent plant nursery in Aberystwyth, Wales. We stock perennials, grasses, shrubs, climbers, alpines, and small trees. We are specialising in Heucheras and Hostas. We hope you enjoy reading our blog, and keeping up to date with our progress and news. If you have any questions or require further information please contact us and we will try to help.
This is brilliant. I came across it whilst bloghopping, and watching YouTube links. It's amazing how one thing leads to another. Anyway, try this when the boss isn't looking. It beats doodling.
They must have had fun doing this, hope you enjoyed it.
Hugs Debbie xx