. . . but the claustrophobic feel of the area, not to mention the weirdness of going in there anytime Angus is home, is not conducive to creativity. Happily, plans are in motion to rearrange the dining room and give me a new and bigger desk along one wall in there. If only we had an Ikea just down the road instead of at the other end of the F3, I'd have it already!
In the meantime, I have been loving the "blackboard" labels I made for my Counterfeit Kit "Love in a Moving Box . . . with a Ribbon Round it:.
I've made some sympathy cards:
this page here about the Eastern Rosellas that would nest in the bird house in the tree behind our old house:
and another holiday page, with a "traditional: page combined with a divided page protector:
Other than that, I don't seem to have had it in me to complete a project. I did take a few off-cuts that I couldn't imagine ever using as is . . .
. . . and washing over them with watered down gesso. I'm hoping sometime down the track they'll take on a new life as backgrounds.
Last but not least, I distracted myself a bit more than I should have yesterday, by cutting out some lovely new shapes on my Silhouette . . .
Butterflies, doilies, leaves . . . all in vellum and the thin white cardstock you sometimes get when you buy a pack of page protectors. Hopefully you'll see some of them on a finished project soon!
Thanks for visiting, and I hope to catch up with you soon . . .