Monday, 13 August 2007

Guardian Page 1!

I promised Julie that I would post a picture of Heaven and Earth Designs Guardian when I'd finished page one so here it is:)
I have made a start on page 7 as well but it's not very clear as a lot of it is metallic ( oh joy!!!) The reason I have started on page 7 next is the angel ( male angel:) ) is started on this page but a fair way down. No drooling Paula or you'll make a terrible mess on your keyboard! I have decided to keep going with this for this week even though I should be moving on to something else. It's really calling to me at the moment ( must be the hunky male angel!).

It looks like the weather is going to bad tomorrow so we'll probably finish getting Abi's bedroom ready for painting. We need to take the tiles off the ceiling as they're polystyrene but they should come off easily ( we hope) then we can start painting the ceiling and skirting boards. She picked some paint for the walls today today so we have everything we need to get going.

Not sure what else we'll be doing while DH is off but a trip to Knowsley Safari Park has been mentioned and it is several years since we last went.

Have a great week everyone. Thank you for dropping by my blog:)

9 comments:

Little Grey Cat said...

A male angel eh? heh, that'll be me coming back soon to see.

Itching To Stitch said...

Oh, nice job so far, anxiously waiting for more ;)

Dawn said...

Guardian looks great so far......am dying to see the male angel though LOL

Stitcher said...

Look forward to seeing more progress Sally. And good look with those tiles, I hope the ceiling is good.

Mad Dixie said...

Looking good so far the colours are fab

Julie said...

thanks Sally {{hugs}}

can't believe you've done page 1 already, poor Leo has still not got a page 1 LOL

Karen said...

good start. thats a great way to make us keep looking lol by telling us its a hunky male you are stitching lol
have fun taking the tiles down we ended up haing to have the ceiling skimmed when we did it

stitcherw said...

You've gotten a lot of progress in. I'm not familiar with this pattern, but a male angel sounds interesting. I'll enjoy watching this grow. Have fun with the painting and such (or as much as you can when doing that), it should look great when done.
Sue

Kajsa said...

That's a lovely start, nice colors!