- ribbon to try and make headband with
- a paper punch that cuts gift tags
- 3 pashminas from accessorize
- 3 hairclips from accessorize
- a pair of lace fingerless gloves for one of the girls who I think will like them (from accessorize!)
3: I went to the jewellers and took them the design we had seen for my ring in Glasgow. I feel better about showing you it now, as its started (!!!). Its based round this ring:
Imagine, if you will, that on one side, two of the pieces part more significantly, to make a bigger notch for my ring to fit in. When I have drawn it (or had it drawn for me by a lady in glasgow who then let me TRY THE PAPER ON - had to get it in somewhere R) its been more asymmetrical than it is here, which I like. Anyway, the upshot is that the jeweller man liked it, said it was perfectly doable, and then took my engagement ring off me :( so that he can work on fitting my wedding ring around it. I get my engagement ring back next Friday, and I think there might be something to try on as well. Big tick :) I'm now having to wear another ring so that i don't feel like I've lost my real ring!
phew. what with also going to a paper mill, morrisons, picking up a friend from college, and sitting down, it was quite a busy day!