What to do with a long weekend?

What to do with a long weekend?

What to do, what to do!

Today is the first day of a long weekend that I’ve treated myself to and I have very few plans. 4 days – what potential!

I’ve decided to write a to do list to make sure it’s used to it’s full potential -

  1. Watch Coco Chanel DVD – done, started at 8am and it was pants, buy Coco Avant Chanel instead!
  2. Look for sewing classes – done, signed up for a free sewing class from Stitched Up. Boom!
  3. Pick a dress design and create a toile
  4. Use my French Curve
  5. Sort out blog so that it can have a shiny new header – code adhd sorted just need to design it!
  6. Spend a day at the Liverpool Biennial. Espesh the Bloomberg New Contempories and Fact exhibitions. – T’was awesome
  7. Buy fabric for cushions (chrimbo pressies)
  8. Organise art room and share with the world…eek!
  9. Read lovely RSS feeds, latest Elle Decoration and new The Simple Things mag – oh yeah
  10. Oh yeah, and make some time to enjoy getting 1 year older on the 14th! – Of course :)

So, better go, got a lot to do!

Nicole @ beaufrog

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One Comment

  1. Crafty_lady

    November 6, 2012 at 9:39 pm


    I love a good to do list! The cushions you said you were making, will you please show it on your blog? I want to learn how to make them!



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