NOT OBSESSED, JUST REALLY, REALLY FOCUSED
As so often happens with me, I got a really good idea along with my coffee and newspaper this morning and as usual, I had to pull out all my other crafting stuff and sort through everything to find what I was
obsessed with focused on right then. The stamp I use to identify my pottery projects bit the dust last week and my big idea was to change from an initial stamp (my initials, bc) to a honeybee mark. So, back to the idea, I found some Sculpey clay, found a honeybee charm in the craft stash and pressed it in. Then, I remembered I had some honeybee earrings, so I got one of those and did the same thing. The next step is deciding which one to use. I’m sort of leaning toward the charm, I don’t want a cutesy bee, more like a zoological print look. Which do you prefer?
Just realized there is no contest. The bigger one is better on all counts. And they say size doesn’t matter :p. Here is a better detailed photo:
Upside down. Oops.
ON THE NEEDLES
Tina Martinez’s Fascine Socks, using Fiesta Baby Boom yarn in Sweet Pea. My only regret is that I didn’t by more of this yarn when I had a chance. I’m not running short or anything like that, I just love it.
A little detail
BY THE BOOK
Driftless, by David Rhodes
Linking today with Tami, Frontier Dreams Keep Calm and Craft On and Ginny’s Knit A Long.
Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination circles the world. Albert Einstein