DIY: Boat Refashioned


How to:
1: Get you chosen item and your chosen choice of paint. (I bought a tester pot my items are not that big)
2: Lay down newspaper so you don't get paint on any surfaces and paint your item with the first coat. Leave to dry for about 30mins.
3: When its dry give it a second coat leave to dry.
*I had some gold spray paint so I jazzed it up a bit more*

First coat of black paint
Second coat of black paint

Giving it a sprinkling of gold spray paint


Animals Rescue



Pelicans suffered from habitat destruction, disturbance, pollution and have been persecuted because they are deemed as competition for fishing. These birds are characterized by their long beak and a large throat pouch used for catching prey so given the situation, it can hurt people but this didn’t stop the man. With a help from another person, they held it, made sure that its beak was shut close and shortly after, it was released from pain. They then let it fly, now finally free.



Saving animals is a great heartwarming thing to do below are some charities that need a little donation or items donated, every little thing goes to help something.




Seven drunken nights: The Dubliners 🍺



If you get a chance to go see them please do their great and very kind gentleman.




DIY: Resin (success)


 



So these are my very successful resin projects
There's actually loads more I wanted too show you but the computer won't let me upload.








2016 Book's

Books I have read in 2016

January:
1: Pompeii by Robert Harris (recommend)
2: The diary of a young girl by Anne Frank
 3: 101 Dalmatians by Disney
4: The little mermaid by Disney
5: UP by Disney
6: Bambi by Disney

February:
1: A walk in the woods by Bill Bryson
2: Then tenderness of wolves by Stef Penney
3: The curvy girls club by Michele Gorman
 4: The Dove keepers by Alice Hoffman
5: The Hourglass Factory by Lucy Ribchester (totally recommend)

March: 
1: The thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield (totally recommend)
2: Voodoo killers by Joseph Carlson
3: City of Bones by Cassandra Clare (recommend)
4: City of glass by Cassandra Clare (recommend)
5: Winnie the pooh and the honey tree by Disney
6: Wall-e by Disney
7: The lion king by Disney
8: Tinker bell by Disney 
9: The Fox and the Hound by Walt Disney
10: The Adventures of Henry Dent by Cathy Smith

April:
1: The City Of Fallen Angels by Cassandra Clare (recommend)
2: The Urban beekeeper by Steve Benbow (recommend)
3: City of lost souls by Cassandra Clare (recommend)
4: City of heavenly Fire by Cassandra Clare (recommend)
5: Catherine of Aragon by Giles Tremlett
6: The bane chronicles by Cassandra Clare (totally recommend)
7: Let the right on in by John Lindqvist
8: Long walk to freedom by Nelson Mandela

May:
1: The Haunted book by Jeremy Dyson
2: A reunion of ghosts by Judith Mitchell (recommend)
3: We still kill the old way by Nick Oldham (recommend)
4: The daylight gate by Jeanette Winterson
5: The Buddha in the attic by Julie Otsuka
6: Kasyan from the beautiful lands by Ivan Turgenev
7: Killing the dead by Marcus Sedgwick 
8: X Platoon by Steve Heaney
9: Public libraries and other stories by Ali Smith

June
1: The song of Achilles by Madeline Miller (recommend)
2: The collected works of A. J. Fikry by Gabrielle Zevin
3:The dictionary of mutual understanding by Jackie Copleton
4: I am Malala by Malala Y
5: The Celts by Alice Roberts
6: James and the Giant Peach by Roald Dahl (recommend)
7: Ordinary Beauty by Mary McEvoy
8: This House Is Haunted by John Boyne
9: The Book Of Lies by Mary Horlock
10: Beatrix potters gardening life by Martha McDowell
11: Red Azalea by Anchee Min (recommend)

July
1: I'm quiet happy standing by Virginia Ironside
2: Red Riding hood by Sarah Blakely - Cartwright (recommend)
3: Lady Midnight by Cassandra Clare
4: The Silk Factory by Judith Allnatt (recommend)
5: The Time Of My Life by Patrick Swayze
6: Me Before You by JoJo Moyles
7: The Secret by Decic Henderson
8: Not Quiet Nice by Celia Imrie

August
1: Frances: the tragic bride by Jacky Hyams
2: Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare (recommend)
3: We also served by Vivian Newman
4: More sawn - off tales by David Gaffney
5: Start wars: Ultimate Duels by Lindsey Kent
6: Sex Killer by Richard Jones
7: The Uninvited by Liz Jensen
8: The Secret Rooms by Catherine Bailey
9: Helter Skelter by Vincent Bugliose

September
1: The woman who would be king by Kara Cooney
2: Bridge of spies by Giles Whittel
3: San Andreas by Alister Maclean (recommend)
4: In the heart of the sea by Nathaniel Philbrick
5: A death in Belmont by Sabastian Junger
6: The Dungeon by Leanne reid banks (recommend)

October
1: The reckless life of Marlon Brando by Stefan Manger
2: By the river piedra I sat down and wept by Paulo Coelho
3: The life of Lee by Lee Evans

November
I have not finished a book in November ðŸ˜

December
1: The samurai that unlocked Japan by Giles Milton
2: The snow globe by Sheila Roberts (recommend)
3: The spare room by Helen Garner