Saturday, 10 September 2011

My Week

This week I have:

Painted my nails both of these Barry M colours
(peach and brown for autumn)


Organised my wardrobe and pulled out a few of my favourite things to photograph
(L-R: cardigan Tesco, blouse Primark, lace skirt H&M via charity shop and peach skirt H&M)


Moved some of my utility china to this shelf because it matched this frame
(and because some things are too pretty to hide away)


Worn a scarf :: because its cold you know!
(and for the fact that its pretty too)


Hung vintage plates with my mum in the living room
(a mix of yellow, pink and green - patterned and plain)


Made and eaten a gorgeous raspberry pavlova
(I had seconds!)


Can't tell you how good this was...


What have you done this week?
X

17 comments:

  1. Mmm raspberry pavalova - looks delish :)
    I love the vintage plates on your wall! And the pretty clothes :) x

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  2. Fab nail colours and perfect for Autumn. I love the clothes you have picked out too, the colours are so pretty.
    My Mam wants to have a plate wall in her conservatory and yours looks really good so I`ll show her the pic.
    This week I have painted my nails in No7 Salsa, made a savoury bread and butter pudding, spiced pear crumble and added some CK Rosali trim to hand towels.
    Dx

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  3. Lovely post, Gem. Nice photos and pretty things again. Yours is such an uplifting blog to read. This week I've been a lazy old bag and barely even got dressed - ha! Sneaked in a bit of crochet and a bit of embroidery but I think I've watched more TV this week than I have in my whole life (I don't have a TV life)!
    Have a nice weekend, treasure.
    xxx

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  4. love the creamy pinks and lacy clothes- how dreamy! you have a such a lovely style ;0)
    that pavlova looks pretty scrummy! bet it tasted good ;0)x

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  5. What a stylish Mummy you must have. The plates rock!
    Your china is so toopretty to hide away.
    I love your clothes. Totally my colours and love lace. Perfect scarf too. xxx

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  6. Very pretty nail varnish colours, and the clothes are lovely too!

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  7. I agree with HomeBird, your blog is gorgeous and I love dipping into it.
    Nail varnish is gorgeous, I never paint my nails, because I don't have any!!!!
    I think the plates on the wall are so cute, really lovely. I have loads of vintage plates - I love ones with pink roses on.
    And your clothes are fab. It's like looking at a vintage wardrobe! Very House of Elliot (did you ever watch that, from years ago. I think they are re running it on ITV1 or 2.
    Ooooooh and as for the Pavlovam delish. I've just troughed a loads of fresh raspberries. Divine aren't they.
    Have good rest of weekend,
    From one Gem to another,
    Gem xx x

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  8. Sounds like a lovely week! The pavlova looks gorgeous and I can't even describe how excited I am by your plate wall! It's on my future house to-do list. I've been working this week but have the weekend off and I'm currently making a custard tart :)

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  9. another lovely post i love all your clothes and china,very eye candy and how delicious does that pavlova look...busy week at our house,school,football clubs, athletics clubs, chores,lot of sewing,blogging,working ..not a bad life really thoughx

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  10. Well I can tell you I haven't eaten a pavlova but now I wish I had, it looks so scrummy!

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  11. Gem , i am so glad you are posting more regularly again - love your posts!! xx

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  12. Oh it's just sweet here!
    I had to come and see you as I saw you are following me, and I'm very glad I did.
    Love your photos. And I love your thrifty finds (you can't beat a bargain in a Charity shop!) I totally agree with you on a previous post about trying to hold onto things you like so someone else doesn't nick them! My new tactic is to take what I like to the till and ask the (usually) kind lady to look after it for my whilst I continue my browsing! Works every time- and leaves 2 hands free for further rummage-action!
    Sorry for rambling on. Am new follower so I can keep in touch!
    Enjoy your Sunday.
    Xx

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  13. Hi Lady,
    The plates look amazing. So pretty x

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  14. I love all your pastel colours, the plates especially look amazing. x

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  15. Oh how I love those plates!! I never have the guts to do anything like that, but I have so many gorgeous china plates collected for exactly that purpose! Maybe you have inspired me..!
    Beautiful!
    Ali
    x

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