Friday is my day

So last Friday you may remember me mentioning some exciting things that were happening? Well one of those lovely things is happening today, yay! A few weeks ago I got a wee convo from a lovely lady called Heli asking me to be a guest on her blog 'My day is Friday'. Intrigued I hot footed it over there to have a peek and found the most wonderful blog! Heli tours around Europe (in the virtual sense!) inviting fellow handmade artists and crafters to visually document a day in their life and post it on her lovely blog. Such a fabulous idea! Obviously I said yes immediately, but since I've been a wee bit busy of late I was only able to get around to doing it this week. So if you would like to see what I had for breakfast or where we took Spanner for a walk on a random working day last week, hop on over to see my 'Friday is my day' post.

From my guest post 'Friday is my day: Emma Lamb' over at the lovely blog 'My Day is Friday' | Emma Lamb
From my guest post 'Friday is my day: Emma Lamb' over at the lovely blog 'My Day is Friday' | Emma Lamb

Also, while you're over there I recommend you take a peek through Heli's archives to find some lovely posts from some of my favourite Etsians such as - Carambatack, Lila Ruby King, fric de mentol, La Pomme, Yoola, Star of the East and so many others! Oh, and be sure to check out Heli's Etsy shops too where she sells her beautiful handmade bags and adorable wee brooches!

Emma, x

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21 comments

  1. Lovely feature, Emma. Your day looks so balanced. I would love to be able to go to sleep at 10.30.

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  2. thank you so much Anka... :)
    seriously, if i don't go to bed before 11.30pm and get at least nine hours of beauty sleep ;) then i'm an absolute monster the next day! i'm sure my man will pop in and confirm this too... :)
    emma x

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  3. I just come to your blog through the first page of Etsy. You have beautiful works here. I think I like your color selection the best :-)

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  4. What a neat article--it's interesting to see how other artists organize their days. I see we're on similar schedules, Emma--I do much of my crocheting in the afternoon--and I *must* get 8 hours of sleep or I'm very cranky in the morning ;)

    xo,
    Ivy

    ps--Ted also does much of the cooking in our house, although I do bake quite a bit ;)

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  5. what a delightful feature! I love this article that Heli does!!!

    I hope you will have a happy weekend.

    Do drop by my blog as I am having a give away. It would be nice if you would like to join in. http://ravenhill.typepad.com/weblog/2010/06/twine-and-heart-give-away.html

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  6. What a great idea! So enjoyed reading about your day. We have exactly the same breakfast I think :) with Bon Maman wild blueberry jam? And my man cooks too - such a luxury. Cushions look lovely my dear :)

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  7. I LOOOOVED that feature! What a great glimpse into your day- love the picture of you, too!!

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  8. What a great feature! That little basket of crochet just makes me want to get my hook out, lovely!
    Oh and the beautiful views of Edinburgh, I just love the place.
    Vivienne x

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  9. hi emma :) you look very pretty and your handmade crafts too..plesa everybody come and visit my blog...

    http://pmkskr.blogspot.com/

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  10. Emma,
    I did pop over and read your post. What a wonderful blog and your entry was very fun. After reading your blog for about a month it was fun to get to know you a bit more. Your new project looks wonderful. I'm learning to crochet right now but reading the patterns has me baffled! :)

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  11. I loved reading about your day, Emma! :)

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  12. Emma, it was so interesting to see how you measure you day, outdoors and indoors. I really like the balance that you seem able to maintain.

    Of course, your work is marvelous.

    It is going to be fun to see some of the other artists' Friday features.

    Thank you for the introduction to the other site.

    Hey, I have tomorrow off from my work and just might manage to do some afternoon crocheting.

    xo

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  13. What fun, have a great weekend!

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  14. Hi Emma,
    Loved the interview and her site AND her Etsy shop. Congrats on your interview. Your blog is quite wonderful and I'm looking forward to reading.

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  15. hi emma
    not had chance to pop over & read your guest post yet, but will do in a little while....

    would love to join pinterest....x

    have a lovely weekend....still in hong kong at the moment, but hope you all have a lovely sunny father's day back in the uk

    sharon xx

    ps. thank you for the lovely comments on the photos....

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  16. lovely to know a little more..nice to see you;)

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  17. I loved seeing your Friday thing. Thank you! Are your days always as busy as that or is there normally more/less work?

    And adorable cushions :)

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  18. hi everyone... :)

    thank you all so much for your sweet comments both here and over on 'My day is friday'... it was such a fun wee thing to do and i do hope i will be seeing some of you over there one day too and having a peek into your fun filled creative days... :)

    Do ~ most of my days are filled like this at the moment and i love it... :)

    wishing you all the most wonderful day,
    emma x

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  19. Emma! What a sweet and idyllic day you have! No wonder your work is so lovely! Thanks for sharing, I enjoyed it very much.
    Heather

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  20. Emma......love your blog, I've added it to my favorites. You are so inspirational! Susan

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