Saturday, August 21 is my last class this year for the Red River Historical Museum with the final class on tablet weaving. I’m in the last-minute throes of panic with the production of cards, shuttles and thread packets for the class. It’s really not all that difficult unless you count the dug out hollows in my right hand from the scissors and one hole punch.
I was at JoAnn’s looking around one day and found these ABC stamps on sale. I had the great idea that they would be good for stamping the cards… so I bought them. The trial run last night did not turn out well…as is quite visible in the photo. It would have been better if I had bought several different sizes and could have used the different sizes and numbers for everything on the card. But the fact is.. I just don’t like the look. Back to the Sharpie…
Once this is done it will be time to plan for the Sherman Historical Fall Festival. Several of us will be spinning, weaving and knitting at the Museum. If you are anywhere near Sherman, TX on the 18th of September stop by and say hello. ;o)
We had some glorious, slurpalicious rain yesterday. It continued off and on all day and our poor trees and plants really needed it.
Thought for the day… (I must keep this in mind ALL DAY!) …
“At the height of laughter, the universe is flung into a kaleidoscope of new possibilities.” … Jean Houston
Have a good day.. ;o)