Baroque Babe

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 91% (39 of 43)
Location: Bracknell
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 261,357 - Total Helpful Votes: 39 of 43
Best Greek Songs ~ Michalis Terzis
Best Greek Songs ~ Michalis Terzis
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Each to his Own, 1 Aug 2013
I have no Greek heritage, don't speak the language and know nothing about any of the artists on this disc. I was just looking for something that would make me think of blue sea and glorious sunshine and jolly enough to encourage me to smash the washing up whilst happily flicking a tea towel around. Unfortunately, there are no sample tracks on anything I looked at so I went with the other two reviews and am sorry to say I'm very disappointed.

I can only assume that virtually all the songs (only 2 exceptions before I gave up and ejected it) are about the current dire state of the Greek economy. If I hadn't been in the car for its first playing I would probably have self harmed… Read more
Franki Baker Moonstone and 925 Sterling Silver Cuf&hellip Franki Baker
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars They'll Do., 20 Aug 2012
These moonstone and silver cufflinks are an attractive design and solidly made, but the stones don't match very well on the pair I received. One doesn't do anything other than lie there and be white while the other has the true moonstone effect with a hidden blue glow revealed as the light catches it from a different angle. That one is absolutely lovely! It's a real pity more attention was not given when it came to matching the cufflinks, even allowing for the fact that the amount of 'glow' you get differs from stone to stone.

These were bought as a last-ditch idea with a specific birthday in mind and although I hadn't found anything else I liked the look of before placing the… Read more
Compendium of Beading Techniques by Jean Power
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
This book is lovely to look at and is destined to become a firm favourite. When I buy a crafting book I want to see hints, tips, information, photos, diagrams and masses of inspiration. What I usually seem to end up with is a great wodge of text at the beginning of the book detailing the entire world history of the craft (or, worse still, the author) before getting to the nitty-gritty of why I bought it in the first place. This book has very little preamble, apart from what is essential to be able to appreciate what follows, and I was deeply engrossed very quickly.

Rather than projects to tackle it offers clear information and illustrations, dangling in front of you the… Read more

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