I've set working on the quiet book aside for a bit for two reasons...#1 I have a landscape that needs to be completed before Christmas and #2 I pretty much need to wait until the baby is born and I know his name before I can finish up the last of it.
############There's something new here on my blog - if you look in my sidebar you will see that many of my landscapes are for sale. I finally figured out the mysteries of receiving payments through PayPal! The 'blurb' in the sidebar gives you more information on how to see the ones I have available as well as how to contact me.
- THIS is a cute little fellow to make for Christmas (or anytime). Scroll down to the bottom for the English version.
- And THIS is really cute too!
- THIS idea is such fun - provided you had the raw materials!
- I found some more amazing gingerbread houses HERE! I can't imagine the effort it must take to make anything this gorgeous. Be sure to scroll down!
- If you happen to have any men's neck ties hanging about (most men don't seem to wear them anymore), perhaps you might find THIS tutorial of interest.
Today I am going to start a little series of quotes that I hope you'll enjoy...."As I get older I realize: I talk to myself, because sometimes I need expert advice"
I am always up for visiting you and seeing a new landscape in the making. You and that new machine of yours are going to have some fun.....I just know it.ReplyDelete
I hope the fun we have is of the good kind! Tomorrow will tell.Delete
Yay! A new landscape!ReplyDelete
Glad you're happy! I've been feeling withdrawals pains so I'm happy too.Delete
The fabric pile looks like a puppy there in the center. I love the quote!ReplyDelete
A puppy? Hmmm....Delete
Hi Maryanne ,i cant wait to see what you make,hope you have a lovely day my friend xxReplyDelete
I can't wait either! It's always exciting to start a new landscape, although at this stage I tend to wonder if I've bitten off more than I can do!Delete
I'm so glad you're going to start another landscape! And checking out the links... I'm really impressed with that necktie zip pouch tutorial Saving that one for possibly giving it a try!ReplyDelete
I'm glad too. I've missed working on them so hopefully this will scratch my itch.Delete
Looking forward to seeing the 'fodder' turned into one of your magnificent landscapes! xxReplyDelete
I'm looking forward to it too Christine!Delete
I think of you often when I drive to a friends for lunch along the back roads of CT. I will try to stop and take some pictures!ReplyDelete
Thank you for thinking of me Shirlee! If you do stop for picture taking, be safe!!Delete
I'm impressed with all the landscapes you have created! Look forward to seeing your next one. Also, another impressive bunch of gingerbread houses. A lot of work has gone into them.ReplyDelete
Thanks Judy! Thought rather than storing them I should try to sell a few.Delete
Can hardly wait for the beginning of the next fabric artwork. I don't think the day's quote applies to me. LOLReplyDelete
Love your landscapes and best luck to you in sales. I can't believe they will stick around long.ReplyDelete
Thanks Carol - it would be nice to sell a few and get them out of storage here!Delete
MA, check your email to see if it's working. I've sent you several messages this morning and they keep coming back to me. PamReplyDelete
Replying here Pam - I'm getting emails from other people okay it appears - and I've had an email from Helen with a communication she sent to you that bounced back to her asking if I would forward it. Is the problem at your end??Delete
Very good job❤ReplyDelete