Friday, 8 June 2018

Friday Fun Day.

Welcome to all my new followers, hope you enjoy the journey.
Angela here again to show you what I've been up to this week.

On Sunday I went to the Doncaster Dome for the Stamp Magic Show and these are a few of the cards I saw which I really like and yes I have bought some of the stamps.

Hobby Art

Bee Crafty

There were lots more but as usual I didn't always remember to take photographs which reminds me the other thing that I've done this week... that is that might interest you is that I have a new camera Yipeee!

Other than that there is this!

I meant to show you this photograph before but forgot. This was gorgeous though very naughty obviously! and is from Patisserie Valerie, Scrummy!

Pond looking nice even from the back.

And my little Bonsai garden too.

Fruit trees doing well so far.
Bit of weeding needed round the strawberries.

Coxes Apples.

Conference Pears.
Look at those babies!

Braeburn Apples.

Victoria Plums.

So they are my smiles for this week.

 Have a great weekend everyone and
 thanks for stopping by.
 And if you would like some more smiles you just need to pop over to see what our other friends have been doing this week at Annie's for
"This Week's Smiles" and you can also share your  smiles too.

Angela x


Helen said...

you're going to have a bumper fruit harvest later! yum. enjoy your spoils from Donny!

Annie said...

You have so much to smile about today. That chocolate cake looks amazing even if it’s not something I could eat and your garden looks so full of promise of things to come....our strawberries have lots of fruit this year too.
Annie x

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

I love those rabbits/hares in the first cards. They are beautiful.

Your pond is looking great, your bonsai garden is fabulous, and your garden is out of this world. Color me impressed! Hope you have a great Friday and weekend, too, Angela.

Zsuzsa Karoly-Smith said...

Those are some fantastic cards - my personal favourite is the one with the dragonfly. I don't blame you for falling for those stamps - can't wait to see what you bought! We've got loads of apples this year too - we haven't got any plum trees but plant to plant some - we'd better get onto it as it takes many years before they bring fruit! Happy Friday, Angela! xx

Jackie P Neal said...

What a fabulous post dear Angela!! I was so excited to read about,yet, another show you were able to visit- love those bunnies! And then I saw that yummy dessert and lost my thoughts! heehee
Yay for the new camera- what kind??

And onto your yard- WOW WOW and WOW!! I just love everything about it! Your pond doe look nice and the Bonsai garden- so serene- and the trees!!!! Oh my word- how wonderful they all are- yes, those babies are growing fast! And they look beautiful! Do you have to spray to keep away mildew or pests? Looks like our Cherry tree already has a disease and it just started- I am so bummed- I swear it's because we live in an agricultural area and the farmers have poisoned the soil with all of their toxins! (my opinion of course, but I think the DEC agrees)
Those Victoria Plums remind me of the plums we used to eat off the neighbors tree we would climb! great memories that photo brought back!
Jackie xx

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