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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

Thursday, 14 July 2011

Where women create post

Hi everyone.

For the first time I am taking part in the where women create blog roll.  Last year I got my own crafting space when we redid our spare room.  I absolutely love it.  Its not the hugest space in the world but it means so much that come 5.00pm I dont have to start putting away all the stuff I got out to craft with and that when hubby comes home I can down tools and leave it overnight if I want to.  We also get to eat on the kitchen table now. 

My most recent makes.  I love using beads and lace

Not the most tidyest but I know exactly where everything is.  I am making little hangable lavender bags at the moment.  They have lace, f
lowers, charms, ribbon on them.  You can hang them anywhere you want and they smell pretty good too.

All my paints and paper.  You can never have too many, though if I buy anymore I will need another house.

Beads and buttons are a few of my favourite things.

the lavender bags.  Yet to be filled up with lavender.  That is dried and ready to go in
just gotta find the time to do it.

more stuff and a couple of books when I feel like reading.  Inkheart, and I forget the other one.

ooooooooooooooooh lovely chandellier prisms from Ebay.

Im going into a trance.  I could spend hours looking at beads and imagining what I could do with them
My bank balance is looking a bit light though right now.  I'll have to be content with what I already have.

The sea view I have for inspiration when I create.  Living by the sea is wonderful.  So many different moods.  Living in Portland, Dorset UK is a never ending source of inspiration.  I love nature.  The raw essence of the sea and how changeable it is keeps my ideas on the move.  The trouble is my brain cant always keep up.  I write ideas down sometimes.

The elements are always changing.  IT can be sunny out front and raining out back here.  And the wind, dont get me started on the wind.  All inspiration sources though.  I love to use nature in my art. from flowers to sea creatures.


Thursday, 7 July 2011

new jewellery

Hi everyone

Here is a couple of new necklaces I made the other day and a stretch bracelet.  I hope you like them, they are going on my Etsy shop very soon.  The glass beads I have used are stunning and the silver beads are tibetan silver. 

Monday, 4 July 2011

Happy 4th July

                                                        Happy Independance day to everyone.

  We had our own Veteren Day celebrations not that long ago.  IT was quite emotional to see people marching for the troops either having served themselves or being relatives of those who had served.

The weather stayed dry which is always a bonus.