I swear...every time I watch Fons & Porter they talk about how they throw away their "scraps". Ok people...those are not scraps! Do you know how much jewelry I could make out of those?! I keep thinking that I will e-mail them and tell them that they are killing me! It is funny, because I keep (and use) pieces that normal people definitely would throw away.
If you know me, you know that I LOVE PRESENTS! My Aunt Nancy often sends me fun little packages of stuff. Sometimes a bunch of scraps from her latest project. Sometimes bigger pieces. Sometimes cookies (Valentine's Day is coming - she makes great V-Day cookies - hearts with frosting - hint...hint!). It's fun to get those fabric scraps in the mail - gives me a little variety to what I am currently working on. Aunt Nancy would never throw away those "scraps"!!
Aside from the above rant, I really don't have much to talk about today. I kept busy all day yesterday with orders and making some new pieces. I have sold a bunch of scissor fobs, so I made up a lot more of those and will have them on the website before the weekend is over. And some more hearts that sold right away after we posted them online. I also made a batch of pendants to send to Aunt Nancy - can't show a picture yet, but I will next week. I played around with my new software - I just received the EQ7 update and I also bought Block Base. Does anyone have that and use it? Let me know if you have any hints for me. I need to spend some more time with it, but it really has lots of neat stuff in there. I really would like to better master EQ. I do the basics, but I know it is capable of so much more - the question is - am I capable of much more? Being technically challenged, it is kind of scary.
I do have a couple of pictures for you - I know it is shocking, but they are cat pictures!! The first one shows Callie in normal mode.
Then later, after she finally wore herself out - I thought it was important to show this picture:
Well, that is all for now - I have to get busy. So many projects, so little time!!
Have a great weekend - and don't forget - STOP THROWING AWAY THOSE "SCRAPS"!