Se7en’s Fabulous Friday Fun #110 – And a Lesotho Library Update…


  1. Let’s start with something really quick, the coolest recycle craftiness I have seen in ages: Awesome Creations!!! you don’t need to speak the language to love them!!!
  2. I am loving reading Women Get Social with the SITS Girls… their blog critiques are brilliant!!!
  3. Gotta want to read the Probloggers new book!!!
  4. Parent Map has a whole collection of garden inspiration… and I found myself totally distracted and reading through the whole lot of them… Clearly we are ready for a bit of gardening attention beyond the normal hacking and slaying: Pending projects are looming.
  5. I so loved this book on Handmade Charlotte: Amazing book of DIY Circus Characters. We may well have to do some circus craftiness because of it!!!
  6. This weekend in Cape Town… The Design Indaba is on… I popped over this afternoon and will show you – about a heap of photographs in my next post… Good fun, lots to see but be prepared for lots and lots and lots of people!!! I found all the details I needed: entrance prices, times and so on at Getaway Magazine.
  7. Loved this list of Design Books on Apartment Therapy this week… A list of pure loveliness to browse through: 8 Books Every Home Decorator Should Own.
  8. And the Se7en + 1th think:

  9. Moving onto something important: Take a look… take a look: Remember when I reviewed Annabel Candy’s Fantastic Book… Successful Blogging in 12 Simple Steps… She has updated it!! And if you didn’t grab it then you should grab it now, seriously if you have a blog or are thinking of blogging then you should read this book!!!

    Firstly it is excellent, secondly it is on sale – 50% off until 7 March 2012 and thirdly she will be donating a portion of her book sales to supporting our Dream of Building a Library for a Rural School in Lesotho – How totally cool is that, I am beyond excited about it!!!

Meanwhile I have to say I am so thrilled at all our readers that are merrily sending books to Lesotho on our behalf… heaps of books have already been sent, heaps more have been promised and it is never to late to join in if you would like to…


How cute are these kiddo’s with their books ready to send!!! And here is a collection of some of the books that folks have bought and shipped already. Lots of my favorites in there… We are so excited about the books that are making their way across the world – fun, fun, fun!!!

We are so excited about these books, you have no idea what a difference they are going to make in these kids lives, it is just going to be brilliant for these guys to have something to read…

Hope you are having a fun weekend!!!

10 Replies to “Se7en’s Fabulous Friday Fun #110 – And a Lesotho Library Update…”

  1. Wow! When I have an internet break I sure do miss out!

    Please count us in, and let us know where we can send an addition to the Lesotho library.

    Hope you are all doing great!

  2. Okay, I feel like I missed the address to send these books to. Point me in the right direction, please! 🙂

  3. Wow this is awesome, I am thanks for letting us be part of this amazing dream. We should replenish it once a year maybe?

  4. Hi April, Sorry you missed the first call for books!!! Of course we would love you to be part of the fun. I will email you the address details!!! Hope you had a great break… lots of love from sunny Cape Town!!!

  5. Oh Christa, So glad you want to join us in our project!!! Thank you so much for your eagerness and sorry you missed the previous posts!!! I will send you the details in an email soonest!!! Have a great day!!!

  6. Hay Tammy, Isn’t it fun!!! I am thrilled at how well it has turned out!!! Hope you all have a great week!!!

  7. Hi Annabel Candy, Thrilled you got home safely – dying to hear about Japan!!! And so excited that you are supporting our Lesotho project!!! I’ll just send you the address again if you like, then you don’t have to go searching for it!!! Have a fab week getting back into regular life again!!!

  8. What a fantastic project. There is no way to measure the enormous benefits of books in the lives of children. Congratulations on taking the intiative and making this project a reality. Well done!

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