All of this began innocently enough. I love to watch Mary Ann Moss videos. What's the crime in that?
But the thing is, I'd run out.
So I ordered up her Stencelry class. Innocently. Aimlessly.
What else is a girl going to do in the middle of the night if not watch a pair of happy dancing hands begile her with spray paint?
Really, I want to know. What else???
But I was NOT getting spray paint.
Until I accidently did. So then I made these. Just cause.
I got to use my sewing machine. I was NOT obessed. Enthusiastic. That's the word I'm going with.
But then there was a second class, Stiched and Stenciled, with it's own little book project.
A 'pat the bunny' sensory delight.
I don't have a good picture of all the different textured papers I put in, but I love to run my hands across the pages and feel the stitches and the papers. And I edged some of the pages. And it has this toxic chemical spray smell that I LOVE!
And of course I made a few too many pages. Even though I crammed too many in the first book, I still had a bunch left. So there is the possibility of a second pat the bunny book.
Note to self - look for some bunny paper.
But since I'd also cut a little too much paper, and then I happened to be down the street from my spray paint dealer.
I've gotten a little carried away. NOT obsessed. Just VERY VERY enthusiastic.
So the point of this post is for me to get a little mental handle on what all I'm doing.
This is my desk.
I need to make a list of the projects-in-waiting. Tammy @ Daisy Yellow calls it her Creativity Queue. Anyone interesting in having another go-round with a little focussed creativity? I really need to STOP adding projects to my list.
Only problem is, this is only the first half of this post!!!!!!