My Creative Space.

I did create - this is the Bread I cooked in a tin yesterday, my first loaf baked in a tin.

I am creating - this is the Scarf I am knitting, I bought 10 balls of this wool on Ebay, for a steal, it must be old as the lables on it are so retro, but its still good!


I am planning to create - with most of these some decor items, and that sweet pink floral at the back is ear marked for something pretty for my little Miss.



I am considering how to create - with this gorgeous upholstery/curtain fabric, 6 and a half metres another Ebay bargain - well perhaps not if I can't work out what to do with it ... I know it will come to me... any suggestions?



I just realised its all very brown today! LOl.
Happy creative Spacing pop over to Kirsty's for more inspiration!


29 comments:

  1. The bread looks great Tammy! Your ebay scores are great. I've never started with ebay because I'm a bit scared I wouldn't be able to stop. I love the earthiness of your space this week. XX

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  2. Yummy bread...And I am so getting ready to knit that scarf found it on Ravelry :P but I don't think I have enough yarn to finish it. Not to mention I have others to finish up first..grrrr...

    Love your space!!!

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  3. Great space! Bread looks amazing! And the curtains, got anything to recover? Maybe a chair? Or maybe cushions? xox

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  4. Oh yum - home made bread!

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  5. Wow! That's a lot of creativity! I'm envious of your home-baked bread! :) K

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  6. What a fun post! I love the fresh baked bread along with you knitting project. Love all you ideas and creative projects coming up in the future. Dreamy fun stuff. Thanks...Dogwood

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  7. Now I am hungry for some fresh-baked bread. Your space looks deliciously creative!

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  8. That bread looks so tasty. Oh yeah, and I like the yarn colour for your scarf.

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  9. Yummo - now I'm craving fresh bread!! Great bargains from ebay - well done!

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  10. Yum Tammy. I haven't tackled breadmaking yet. Not sure if my family would cope with out that processed "plastic" tasting bread. How do yours receive it? Looks fantastic and it has made me hungry! Looks like the oven is working a beauty! Lovely creative spaces today :) Anita. xxx

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  11. Yuuuum, fresh bread, fresh cake, it's a bakefest. I like all the earthy brown tones too, very soothing.

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  12. It all looks fantastic. That bread is making me salivate !!

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  13. Looks scrumptious ~ the bread, the wool and the fabric. Great ebay finds!

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  14. Cute post. I love the headings. There must be something in the air at your place because there is lots of creativity going on.

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  15. That bread looks amazing!

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  16. You are so very creative, what with the fabulous bread, what with shopping very cleverly at ebay and then actually producing scarves and future things!Great work Tammy!
    Annamaria :)

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  17. You've been busy!! I can almost smell that bread... mmmmm.

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  18. You are definately creating! The bread looks delicious and I enjoyed seeing your knitting project. I love to knit scarves, too.

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  19. That bread looks amazing. And everything else... you're a creation station!

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  20. Those are a few of my favourite things! Hmm that gets me to thinking... playclothes made from the curtain fabric! Or seriously - big floor cushions.

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  21. Is that bread made with our recipe or a different one? It looks wonderful. Sorry no suggestions for the curtain fabric but i love the colours.
    Linda

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  22. yummy looking bread tammy. i 2nd the giant floor cushions, great for the kids. i can also picture placemats and perhaps napkins

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  23. My other favourite colour!

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  24. tammy what a series of fun this is...you are multi talented1

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  25. Oh yum...is that a sour dough...i'm drooling...although i am not eating bread myself but making lots for pirahnas of the house...LOL...mine are made with the machine though so i should not take so much credit..LOL
    Happy creating T x :)

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  26. I love all your colour shades in the photos, so natural. Your bread looks delicious and I love your knitting. Great fabric too.

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  27. Bags, bags and more bags are my suggestion for your curtain fabric. Nice ebay finds there. Well done!

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  28. wow - your bread looks DELISH!
    And i love those florally fabrics! =)

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  29. that loaf made me really hungry, now i need to put of the cleaning in favour of eating. dam! fabrics are very sweet and the scarf looks great. i think your curtain fabric would make some very excellent shopping totes

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