First of all, for those of you who were kind enough to ask, I did survive the dreaded 'speech' at the trunk show yesterday. Luckily it wasn't a large audience (only about 20 ladies) so that helped. I didn't have to get up on a stage OR hold a microphone (both things give me the heebie jeebies). They seemed interested in what I had to show them and made very nice comments - and even laughed (I'm sure politely) at my pitiful jokes. Now I can put it behind me and return to my happy place - my sewing room - where they know me here and don't judge.
And speaking of my sewing room, here are a few more felt-bits that I've created....
Took me two days to make the corn!!
- Those of you who like to play with paper may find THIS article about different ways to make it look old of interest.
- THIS is another fun creation that paper crafters will enjoy - and it's useful too!
- Another rather cute scrap-buster perfect for carrying your teabags can be found HERE.
- Wouldn't THIS be so pretty to wear at a summer wedding?
- You may be interested in having a look at the San Francisco School of Needlework and Design's latest online show 'Borders' and you may see it HERE.
- Have a look at the eye candy HERE.
A quote from George Jessel..."The human brain starts working the moment you are born and never stops until you stand up to speak in public"