Discussion in 'Forum Competitions and Themes' started by MJB, Nov 30, 2016.
To be jolly.............. if you dare........
Just wondering, Kate, if they sell 'Open sesame seeds"?
Urghhhh now that is bad.
He is actually our alternative Woolies. He does have many many things....
Much cheapness...feel the thickness.
A quick stroll through Edinburgh's New Town at the weekend kept me amused for half an hour
That's great Alan - an excellent idea and well executed.
Love it! It has prompted me to go online looking for a new front door though!
And it's prompted me to post a pic of my front door (i took it for my sister in law who made the wreath)
It's also the season for stocking up with logs.
wreath3 by Nigel G, on Flickr
Very nice - but I think you need a bigger door bell.
In my defence it was already here when we moved in. TBH it might as well be made of sponge for all it's worth.
A bit like the bell above the bar in my local - the last time it was rung was in 2003. Everybody stopped, looked at the landlord, collectively fell about laughing and then carried on drinking.
HaHa I used to love pubs like those.
Trying to figure out No. 64. Anyone explain it?
Cracking good exercise. Beautiful sttuff and an eye opener to see all the different designs.
Well, I think it's fair to say that the front door was not one of the defining characteristics of our new flat that prompted its purchase. It is utterly ghastly and when you consider that the building dates from 1840, the installation of this monstrosity was probably (or should have been) a criminal offence. This, by the way, is the season for arguments with the 17 year old who doesn't think she should have to attend the last few days of the school term and is storming out of the aforementioned door in a temper.
No, the one which looks like a straw circle only, hung with a dark ribbon.
It's a Christmas toilet seat.
Not very comfy!!
...and a bit public!
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