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Welcome to my newest blog. What is a kimberline you ask? Well where I live in Portland, Dorset, it is a nickname given to newcomers to the Island. Yes Portland is an Island seperated from Weymouth by a causeway. Its part of the Jurassic coast and I love living here. I will be posting lots of different things I hope you enjoy visiting here. Hugs Sara

the above link is my second blog home to some yummy receipies and info on cooking

Monday, 30 November 2009

Fairy Ball and fayre

Hi all

Wow what can I say thanks Kelly for putting on a wonderful fairy ball and fayre on in Dartmouth. The weather was awful but we managed to avoid a lot of it and stay fairly dry.

The entertainment was absolutely fairy tastic. Daughters of Elvin and Beck Sian were great. So were the ballet dancers and the unicorn and the hogs head was fab. Of course the unicorn was Wendy Frouds's unicorn. The talk that Brian and Wendy Froud graciously gave us on the Sunday was very inspiring and interesting. I was honoured to have been in the room with them. He and Wendy are very interesting and talented people.

the photo of Brian and Wendy Froud is copywrited (C)2009 please do not use without permission

Tuesday, 10 November 2009

Fairy workshop intro to the course

Hi all

here is an intro into the course. I am so excited please let me know what you think. Also if there is anything extra you would like to be included, if there is enough demand I will add it.

workshop will cost $50.00 for all the videos, the fairy reading and the pdfs


Saturday, 22 August 2009

Taken at Cannentaign falls near Bovey Tracy
Happy pink Saturday
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Wednesday, 5 August 2009

As Promised here is part two of the free workshop. I do hope you enjoy it, please leave me a comment or two and tell me what you think.

love and hugs

mixed media workshop part one

A mixed media workshop taking you through step by step of a journal page

I hope you enjoy this free workshop I have done for you. IT comes in two parts. I am uploading part two right now. Unfortunately my voice came out a little quiet over the music.

I am busy setting up a Fairy Art Course hopefully premiering in September sometime. It will include workshops on

How to draw fairies, fairy baubles, fairy jars, how to make a fairy crown, possibly how to make a fairy house if I can set it up right.

Alongside it will be a Fairy Workshop with information on Fairies, such as
different types of fairies,
where they live,
what they do

to help with your inspiration for the art course. So you are going to get two workshops for the price of one. I hope you will join me on this fairy extravaganza that will consist of

6/7 weeks
video's and pdf files.
A free fairy reading for all of you.

love and hugs

Friday, 12 June 2009

this video is of where I live on portland UK and some bluebell woods we came across a bit farther from home. IT even has me in it :)


Thursday, 23 April 2009

ST George's Day

Saint George is the patron saint of England and the Saint George's Cross (a red cross on a white background) is used as England's national flag. Saint George's Day (23 April) is a National Day in England. Once an important holiday, it is, however, not celebrated that much anymore - it's not even a public holiday.
Saint George lived in the third century. He served as a soldier in the Roman Empire where he even became a member of the personal guard of the Roman Emperor Diocletian. When in 303, however, the emperor ordered the persecution of Christians, George dared to criticize the Diocletian and to confess that he was a Christian, too. This enraged Diocletian and so George was tortured and executed as a traitor on 23 April 303.
Saint George is probably best known for his killing a dragon. Legend has it that a fierce dragon lived near a town called Silene. Every day, the people of Silene had to feed the dragon a virgin, who was chosen by lot. One day the princess was to be sacrificed, but George hurried to help her. With his lance called Ascalon, George killed the dragon and saved the princess. The king and the people of the town were so happy that they wanted to reward George. George asked them to convert to Christianity and so they did.
Hope you all had a great St George's day today. I spent the day nursing a headache which is sort of going now. It's very humid and quite foggy. The fog horn has been sounding all day today and most of yesterday too actually. I will be uploading some photos soon. I hope the dry weather continues for a while longer

Saturday, 11 April 2009

have I really

not posted since last pink Saturday? Wow, its gone so fast. I have been busy getting my etsy page up and running. There isnt much on there at the moment but I will keep adding more as I go. Todays pink Saturday is some of my pink art supplies, I do a lot of pink in my art. The cupcake picture incorporates some needle felting which was a bit of an expeienct but turned out really well. It is going up on my etsy site very soon. Last night we went to the circus. It was such fun. I still love the circus so does Rob. There was so much inspiration there and it gave me ideas for more pictures. Keep watching I will upload the pictures when they are ready.

Friday, 3 April 2009

It's my First Pink Saturday

HI everyone

yipee its my first Pink Saturday ever. I went to Beverlies how sweet the sound blog and was intrigued by this event. I love pink its my second favourite colour, the first being Purple. Well I sent an email saying I wanted to join and here is my first effort.

my yummy Rose bubble bath, body lotion and rose bath bomb. The necklace is one I made and kept it for myself. I fell in love with it so much. It broke once and I put it back together.

Not many people know that I am a crystal healer, a reiki master and a reflexologist. I like to incorporate color thereapy and thought that I would write a bit about the colour pink and its theraputic values.


  • It relaxes the physical body and helps us to receive. Itprepares us to respond

  • the essence of rose pink is full bloom ; maturity

  • a very feminine colour Rose pink states that a woman is ready to have what a mature woman wants. When I man is in his rose pink stage he is 'distinguished'

  • rose pink has healing beauty

  • it has beauty that expands that extends beyond the physical

  • it is the in breath of the breathing cycle

  • rose pink is a constant affection, faithful, forgiving, the true love that we are all searching for.

  • its the colour of support when we feel betrayed or let down

  • helps us to love ourselves and to love others.

  • its one of the colours of peace and helps get rid of hang ups.

the colours red and white make up pink so you may find that you are spiritual (white) and passionate (red) you may find that people are drawn to you when you wear pink its a comforting open colour.

I hope I havent bored you all too much, cant wait for next pink saturday.


Friday, 27 March 2009

It's the Weekend

Get your motor running......

well OK our Land rover at least. Not quite the weather for a ride on the Harley but we are going tempin bowling with a whole bunch of our Harley friends. Tomorrow night, Taunton wont know what hit them. Only kidding, we aren't that bad a crowd honest.

I have been working hard on two pieces of art today. Both are stretch canvas paintings I intend to put on my Etsy Store I am creating. I figured since I created the store I better start putting things on there to sell.

I will take some photos tomorrow of what they look like I am pretty pleased with how they turned out

Tuesday, 17 March 2009

Happy Saint Patricks day

Hi all

Happy Saint Patricks day to you all. DO you celebrate today? I do as my dad was half Irish I will raise a glass of jamesons or maybe an Irish Coffee to saint Patrick tonight. I love Irish Coffee's, I never used to like them but I guess my tastes have changed as I have gotten older. I like whisky now I drink it neat. My fiance is quite the whisky coneseour. We have quite a collection of malt whisky's, I also love whisky macs, has to be with stones ginger wine though. Yes I am fussy.

Friday, 16 January 2009

Creative makes I have been concentrating. On. I loved making the mothers day journal for sale at a craft fair I have tomorrow. It took me a morning to do it but I loved the papers so much it was worth the effort
the goddess models and the little figure are made with paper clay. I have found a new toy. I love the stuff. I cant wait to make more things with it. I have yet to paint them. These arent for the sale tomorrow as they are only my first attempts

the first cone I have made as part of a swap on one of my craft groups. I had fun making it