I made an activity board! Actually, to backtrack a little bit, I finally, finally have the craft room that I never asked for. Well, that’s not entirely true. I only said that it would be nice to have. I didn’t exactly ask for it. But now I have a craft room! Huzzah!
It’s been a while since I’ve written consistently, and it’s been even longer since I first started the blog and so it seems that I have not been able to retain the topic of every single post that I’ve written. I wonder why that is. Besides, there are numerous other things that have happened that I haven’t written about that I did want to write about but after the moment passes (or weeks or months, in my case) it seems rather irrelevant to write about something that happened oh-so-way back ago. Whew. That was a mouthful.
Anyways, this post is about my Sizzix.
This last weekend the Guy and I were in charge of our children’s meeting service (or Sunday school). Usually we have a lesson and then we think of a craft that we can do with the kids. And songs. And activities. And snacks. We had them for an entire two hours. That’s a long time with the same group of kids.
The official day of spring was yesterday. Here in Bloomington-Normal, IL, however, it was 16 degrees when I left the house today. It’s supposed to be cold through the end of the month, which is fine by me. Especially because I just finished a scarf! The kind the never ends. An infinity scarf.
There is just one thing that I would like to share with you all today.
I didn’t go into work today. That’s not the focus of this post, however.
I have a new recent obsession. I know you’re all dying with suspense, so I won’t prolong your suffering. My new craft obsession is recovering notebooks. This is a little different from my friend who is making notebooks completely from nothing. I’m convinced she goes out and harvests her own plants so that she can make paper out of them and then dyes them and all that good stuff. Amazing, right? She’ll probably deny it. But you heard it from me, so it’s obviously true. So obvious.