Saturday, February 20, 2010

hello bloggy peeps!

Sorry for the lack of posting so much this week! I'll spare you photos of the piles of tissues from the wicked sinus thing I'm working on... instead, I'll bring you a few photos of other things happenin' around here...

A pile of potential brought home from the craftsy store yesterday.
Lately, it's like pulling teeth to get my oldest to go along with any type of shopping - especially anything related to the mall or craft supply stores, so I was *lucky* to pull this off in a few minutes running down the aisles! lol

Dinner from Tuesday. It's one of our fave meals around here... I make a killer alfredo. :)
And the clean "studio"/craft space is no longer... lots of inks, mediums and general fun stuffs going on...
Hope you're enjoying a sweet weekend!

7 comments:

Sheri said...

My boys are not fond of the craft/scrapbook stores either. Bribery works!! And, your Alfredo looks YUMMY!

Ginnifer said...

I notice the Pebbles Inc chalks. What do you do with them? I have them and get intimidated by them and draw blanks! I'd love to hear your ideas!

pixelsnglue said...

Oh I love your photos, sigh, maybe someday I'll learn how to use my camera LOL! Oh and Happy Anniversary, you know I thought that cake was totally fabulous!

Jessica said...

That's it... I'm coming over to play and to EAT. ;D Have a great day girl and hope you get some time to play!

Haberdawoman said...

My girls do not care to go shopping with me either so don't feel bad :) That chicken fett. looks mighty delicious and your craft table looks like there is a lot of creativity goinzz on!
Have a great weekend girl!

Bonita Baksh said...

Lol, your desk looks like my entire room does, all the time! Except you definitely get a lot more creative work done! Can't wait to see your canvas project, so into the canvas lately.

beckyjune said...

Intriguing...I can't wait to see what you make with it. That alfredo looks yummy, too. I'll be there with Jess to eat and scrap with you, okay?

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