Wednesday, 25 May 2011


After our last long weekend away to Lakes Entrance,
Bevlea & I decided that this should happen more often.
So, this time we headed off on Friday to beautiful Queenscliff.
This is one of my favourite places to visit.
Lots to see & do, loads of beautiful buildings, wonderful
shopping & food.
We booked into a little cottage, was clean & comfy,
but reminiscent of great Grandmas house!!
We cranked up the heating & started to Art!!
First we made a Fork In The Road journal. Have to say
that the instructions were a tad difficult, but, after lots
 of procrastination, we sorted it out.
Mine will have more stuff added soon, lots of 'bits & pieces' I kept from my Europe trip.
It has a fold out book on the left side & the box with all the Countries opens up!!

Saturday morning we went to the Queensliff Day Spa for a one hour massage.
I was so scared doing this as I had a rotten experience with a massage when I went to Thailand.
This was totally different, so soothing, so relaxing(I'm sure Bevlea nodded off a few times!)
We took the ferry to Sorrento, spent time looking at the shops etc, &  had a lovely lunch.
We then worked on our next project which was a Configuration box by Tim Holtz.
I took the 'dark' road, and just love the way it turned out.

The days went too fast, and on Monday we drove home via Barwon Heads for brunch,. We stopped  along the way for Bevlea to take photos(what else!) and now we can't wait for our September trip to Ocean Grove!!


Margaret Weiss said...

Sounds like you had a great time Lucy.... massage and some craft as well..... your work is beautiful, well done.

Bevlea said...

ahhh... roll on September ... if lucy and I ever vanish and they find her car with my camera they will be able to drag our movements by the hour roflmao

looking forward to next time! (and love the art we made)

Glenda said...

I love it Lucy, sounds like loads of fun and tho I don't permit jealousy to arise ""very often"" I am a tad "J" about your weekends away. LOL
Go girls and enjoy... Love the artwork and cant wait to see them on Friday.

Barb said...

Great work Lucy! Love what you lot are all doing.

Catherine Meyers said...

Hi Lucy, this technique looks really interesting and seems you've been having a lot of fun. May I ask if you are interested in doing link exchanges? I have a high traffic blog directory and would be great to have your blog there.


Beckie Holso said...

this journal looks amazing! thanks for stopping by to see my steampunk creation =)

Samantha Marshall said...

Beautiful art and what a relaxing way to create!!!