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Saturday, 19 March 2011

A Waxing By Any Other Name

Yes, it actually went ahead.  Ross was waxed by Laura-Ann, and a very good job she made of it too.  The only disappointing thing was that he didn't yelp more when she was pulling the strips off!

As he'd promised to get more than his legs done if he raised more in sponsorship, he had both legs waxed and his back.  As you'll see from the pictures he was quite hairy at the beginning, but was most definitely not by the end.

Thank you to everyone who sponsored Ross, and for anyone who still wants to sponsor him his online sponsor page is
http://my.rednoseday.com/waxross
 Even £1 can make a difference.
 

Friday, 18 March 2011

Today's The Day!

Today's the day, only a few hours till Ross gets waxed.  Have heard he's likely to be on his own as the Wave 102 presenter who was to be joining him has been in a car accident.  Some people will do anything to avoid being waxed!  Being serious, we hope he is better soon.


If you can't make it down you can still sponsor Ross on
http://my.rednoseday.com/waxross
 Every pound helps.  Thank you

Wednesday, 16 March 2011

Sponsor Ross On-line

If you can't make it along on the day you can sponsor Ross on-line. There's a special page set up for you.

Just go to: http://my.rednoseday.com/waxross

It all goes towards helping someone less fortunate, even £1 can make a difference.

Thank you

Tuesday, 15 March 2011

Great News!

We've just had some great news!

Curves has joined us in raising money for the Sponsored Wax happening this Friday, 18 March, for Red Nose Day.  Sponsorship forms are now available in Kitty Krafts, Bladez, and Curves, as well as Tong Dynasty, all in Panmurefield Village.

Red Nose Day Countdown for Ross

Counting the days till I get waxed. The ladies sponsoring me are taking altogether too much pleasure in saying how much it's going to hurt!   Painkillers anyone?

Making Cards April Issue now on sale

The April issue of Making Cards magazine has now arrived and is full of great articles.
  • Cute bunny cards by Deborah Willis
  • Easter cards featuring images from the Forever Friends range by Jenny Higham
  • Sarah McCrossan has some beautiful stamped designs, ideal for this time of year.
  • Dee Paramour’s bright designs feature lots of elements for baking

Vintage birdcages and chandeliers are among the other popular themes elsewhere in this issue.