Sorry it's such a late 'Friday Finds' this week folks. I've had a busy week and was lucky enugh to finish it off with a morning at my Top Friday Find this week, The Makery Cafe. The wonderful creative workshop space in Bath turns into a little making wonderland on Friday mornings when creative folks swing by for a cuppa, some cake and a whole lot of creating! It really is fantastic. My makes will be up on the PiP website once it goes live so you will be able to see what i've been up to but check out the pics below for a glimpse into their brilliant garden.
Nigel is growing a living seat (above) and a living shelf (below) aren't they great?
Cake of the day today was brilliant scones, jam and cream. Lush! How fab is the 'Makery Cakery' cake stand.
We had to make the most of the gorgeous weather and the Makery's glorious garden so we popped outside for our cream tea. What a treat, especially so late in the year, can you believe it will be October tomorrow?
Some of the colourful delights that are on The Makery's shelves.
I found this wonderful feature about wedding bands on the BHLDN website this week. It was fun to learn a few more meanings and history behind wedding rings. For example did you know that in Medieval Times rings with gemstones were given, and while Sapphire stood for "the sky and eternity" Rubies stood for Love. Take a look at the article and see which facts are new to you.
Photo taken on our 'minimoon' during some gorgeous November sunshine and the amazing rings are all made by Jana Reinhardt.
Some of you will have spotted the Brooch Bouquet on the PiP board. I'm curious PiP peeps, what do you think of them? Have any of your friends used one? Is it something you would consider? I'd love to hear your thoughts on them.. please do leave a comment below and let me know.