I did come up with another project for The Ladies, and it was late Saturday night. Here's what I made:
I CASEd it right out of the Holiday mini catalog - p 32. In the catalog, it's on the side of a bag and it's much bigger, but it was simple to modify into a card. I desperately wanted The Ladies to experience this paper, and what better way than to have them fondle all of it while punching out circles of varying sizes? Even though this was a simple card to make, they spent a lot of time arranging their circles. The fun part for me was seeing how every card came out differently. Even the one made by someone who
I had two sessions yesterday, and I have another one tonight. There will be 8 Ladies here this evening, so it will be quite cozy, but FUN! We always have fun. Except when I'm biotchy, which I fear I was Sunday afternoon. Sorry, Ladies. ;(
In other news, one of The Ladies and I discussed my craft overflow situation, and try as I might to defend my "I have 10 pounds of crap in a 5-pound condo" position, she kept after me about it all, so this morning I decided to address the overflow in the Living Room. And you know what? I disappeared a lot of it! I DID! All those cards I made 5 years ago no longer seemed worth saving! And my idea of Heap-worthy
And she suggested I stop hoarding my unsold stamp sets and unused/left-over class kits and just give them away! I KNOW! She is so smart! I need to work on those ideas, or, I dunno, maybe USE the left-over kit materials, at least. Hey, it could happen.
I also went through some stuff in the Captain's Quarters, and, well, let's just say I can smell a give-away coming soon to a blog near you. Maybe more than one! I need to make room for all my overflow crafty stuff!
Next up, I'll tackle the Captain's Table, and hopefully get in some stamping time tomorrow. I have a show this Saturday (Lake Marion Community Center, Montgomery Village, MD), and I really need to get to work. If I actually make anything, I'll be sure to show you!
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