‘Too much stuff!!!! I have got to keep organizing! I can’t find anything!!!!!!
As it turns out, I have more beads and findings that go with the peach and turqoise palette. This is harder than I thought it’d be, but I’m enjoying it!
That handbag file will store my Miche Bag covers. Miche sells an organizer, but they cost about three times what this one did. The flip flop file is for my growing crazy quilt stash. They are both from Amazon.
And here’s a tip: If you need to move a very heavy box on hardwood floors, flip a throw rug upside down. Walk the box onto the rug and slide it wherever it needs to go!
I can choose one, or both, for my bead challenge. I wish I’d had the forethought to check my junk email folder before I left my daughter’s house. There are now 3 Michaels, a Hancock Fabrics, and a Joann’s between here and there. (Oooooh, I just remembered, a Hobby Lobby has recently opened in Mooresville, NC. I’ll have to check that out soon!) Now, I’ll just have to start by shopping my stash (a
I am about to participate in my first Blog Hop/Color Challenge! It’s based on Landsat satellite photos. I have to create a jewelry accessory using a color palette from one of two Landsat images which should be arriving by email shortly. The Blog Hop will be Nov. 30. That’s when I’ll post photos of my work. I am very excited!
Speaking of excitement, I took my mom to Boone, NC, for a doctor’s visit, today, and it snowed the whole time we were there! It was not enough to stick, though they had white out conditions during Hurricane Sandy, leaving patches of snow on the ground. It was just enough to be pretty and inspire Christmas carols!
I’ve been pretty sick for the past two weeks now, but that hasn’t stopped me from grabbing my camera and seeing what I could capture. I’m still working on the macro and supermacro features. I’ve practiced with flowers and leaves.
The only misgivings I have about the spray is it contains toluene. Because Hurricane Sandy was afoot, (we only got wrap around winds, here,) I sprayed it in the basement, but made sure I scotched the door open for ventilation.