Thursday, 10 February 2011

Blog Sale pt2

Same rules apply as before :)


 Claires Necklace

 Primark Stars necklace
 Pandora Style glass bead

 Hand Made Blue Cat bookmark

 Pink Necklace
 Angel Necklace on a long chain

 Handmade red and white
necklace and bracelet

Kitten 2011 pocket diary

Any questions, feel free to ask :)



I have a few things I'm going to put on ebay, but thought I'd put them on here for a few days first.

I have included postage in the price so what you see is what you pay

UK only. If you're from outside of the UK, message me and we can work out postage :)

 Payment by PayPal please.

Any questions, or to buy an item, please leave a comment with your email and I'll send you an invoice

Sleek Kajal Eyeliner in Odyssey.
Used once to try

Estee Lauder Maximum Cover
03 very light
used 2 or 3 times so nearly full

Liquid Gold
Quick and Easy Bond Dissolver
Full to top of 'Liquid Gold' on label

Barry M Dazzle Dust 
25-unopened £4
32- unopened £4
60- unopened £4
29- unopened £4
76- opened, used once £4
un numbered, pink glitter- half full £2

 Urban Decay Loose Pigment Eyeshadow
Graffiti (green)

B never too busy to be beautiful
body glitter
no longer on sale so very rare
in a gorgeous wooden carved pot
 Boots Smooth Solutions
Battery operated and included.
Used once on my leg, been cleaned

Hello Kitty Tax Disc holder £2
fragrant Dangly £3
or £4 for both
 Large Corsage
has badge clip on the back

Lady Luck Rules OK earring's
brand new from River Island RRP £10each
white - £5
pale green- £5

11 pink roses
4 white roses
perfect for crafting
did have clips glued on but fell off
(a little line of glue left on back of rose, but can be 
used to re glue or help thread)

£25 iTunes voucher

Any quetions, feel free to ask.
Laura x

Thursday, 3 February 2011

Save Our Libraries Day

Some of you may be aware, that due to recent budget cuts by Government, Libraries are being forced to make huge cuts. The Library budget goes mainly on staff and resources such as books. Once the book budget has been cut so dramatically that it's impossible to cut any more, then the only thing to cut is the staff budget, resulting in libraries having no option but to reduce opening hours and even some resulting in closures.

 image: weheartit

I know not everyone needs to use a library every day, but think back to when you were small and were learning to read. The library was a place to go to pick out your books and get stickers and sit and read with your parents whilst making new friends with other boys and girls doing the same. It's the place you go when your printer/Internet packs up and your coursework is due TOMORROW! It's the place you go when you're low on cash but fancy reading a book. It's the place you go to ask what was the name of that book your friend told you about 6 years ago and it has a blue cover and is about a man named Joe and you're really sorry but you can't remember anything else. It's the place you take your children when it's raining and they're full of energy but it's not possible to go to the park. It's the place you go when you need a text book for uni that costs £80 but you only need it for 1 reference and will never use it again and you only have £20 of your loan left and you've been invited to the pub tonight. It's the place you go to pick up the new release of your favourite author, or find a few favourite. It's the place you go to meet your friends after school and spend 2 hours playing Farmville and giggling to your best friend Jade over MSN about the cute boy that's sitting next to you. It's the place you go when you've an exam next week but you can't concentrate at home and just need quiet time. It's the place you go when you're decorating and need a manual to help put up wallpaper. It's the place you go to browse the millions of fad diet books out there, before you move on to the cookery books to cheer yourself up. It's the place your nan goes to when her eyesight starts to go to pick up larger print books, or books on CD. It's the place you go to pick up the 10 books you've ordered from their website 3 days before as you've not got time to browse but just love to read. It's the place you spend 2 hours flicking through the daily paper or glossy magazines with a cup of coffee.


It's a place you go when you need advice, guidance, help, or even just a chat.

As a librarian, I see all ages of people from all cultures and backgrounds every day and there really is something for everyone. The library is a place where people just get on. It's a safe place to visit where you can chill out and browse without being hassled to buy something or just give 5 minutes of your time to answer some questions and it wont cost you any money today. 


This Saturday is Save Our Libraries Day

What we're asking you to do is: 

If you can spare an hour, get down to your local library, have a browse round and see if anything takes your fancy. Sign up if you're not already a member and take some books home to enjoy. Hire out a DVD for the weekend, or a CD to play in the car. Use the Internet and printer for a small fee, or even free. 

If you've got a few minutes, find your local library on the Internet, sign up for a card online and have a browse on the website and see what they have to offer.

If you've got a few more minutes, find the email address of your local MP and write to them. Tell them how you feel about your local library and what it has to offer you.

People use libraries for all sorts of reasons, why not check it out and find yours.

Please tell people about Saturday, the more we show our support, the greater the hope to save our libraries.