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    Crafty Beggars launch Exclusive Craft Dies with Create and Craft

    On Saturday 24th July at 10am make sure you tune in to Create and Craft for the launch of a BRAND NEW and EXCLUSIVE die collection from The Crafty Beggars. These Christmas-themed dies are perfect for not only your paper craft projects but also for other mixed-media and upcycling creations, something the Crafty Beggars are famous for!

    Craft Ambassadors for Create and Craft, the Crafty Beggars are made up of TV gems Julie Peasgood and Wendy Turner Webster; the craft loving, enthusiastic and fun duo taking the nation by storm, with their hit TV show ‘Crafty Beggars in the House’.

    As Ambassadors for the channel, Wendy and Julie have already become well-known faces at Create and Craft, and in this special hour they will be launching their first ever Crafty Beggar collection which has an incredible 20% discount when bought as a bundle. Wendy and Julie will be bringing all their special Crafty Beggar hints and tips for their demonstrations on the show, showing you how these dies have been designed for not only creating your Christmas cards, but all kinds of other projects such as decorating wine bottles, mantelpiece garlands, candle holders and much more! .....

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      Default Photo of hubby with oven glove mittens

      I thought you'd like to see hubby wearing the mittens that I made using the idea suggested by Notmorecraft.
      He's known for his sense of humour - hence the pink sunglasses!
      You can also see how well he's looking and how much weight he's put on since leaving hospital. He's now 11 st 3 lb after going down to just under 9 st.

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      Sometimes it's the simple things that make such a difference
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      Thank you for sharing the picture
      I must say he does look well even though I know how hard the treatment is
      And it is good he has a sense of humour
      All helps with the recovery
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      You don't have to be as mad as a box of frogs to be here but it helps:mysmilie_13:

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      Wonderful pic, great idea.x
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      Lovely pic of your hubby.
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      I love flowers

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      I could do with a toyboy. ;) Definitely looking cheerful, bless him. Give him a gentle hug from me. :)

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      Always look on the bright side, if you can't find it then polish up the dull side. :mysmilie_484:

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      Quote Originally Posted by RozMinis View Post
      I could do with a toyboy. ;) Definitely looking cheerful, bless him. Give him a gentle hug from me. :)

      Roz
      You'll have to join the queue to make him your toyboy Roz! He has a large number of older women who are fans LOL! I think his job role as a nurse, and therefore working with lots of females, helps him to 'click' with women - they all want to mother him.
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      What a trooper! Great mitts, well done!
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      Glad to hear things are progressing well and hubby is feeling better. Loving the pink sunglasses!

      Hugs to both of you x
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      I could definitely have done with him on Huntsman 4 at the Northern General. Dire lack of male nurses considering it was a mixed ward. Never been on a mixed ward before, but it appears to be the way with the Northern General. Firth 2 and the ICU were both mixed. Not that I'm complaining you understand, it just seemed a bit weird.

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      Always look on the bright side, if you can't find it then polish up the dull side. :mysmilie_484:

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