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Thinking 'summer' in Winter

Posted by toomuchglass 53172 (My Page) on
Tue, Nov 29, 11 at 16:26

I told myself that I'm going to have a spring yard art sale . That means working all winter on spring stuff. I just can't get in the mood ....ggggrrrrrr...

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RE: Thinking 'summer' in Winter

I'm in the mood! Enchanted Gardens had a Black Friday weekend sale where they took 15% off your total, so I ordered 64 miniature fairies. Then Consumer Crafts had 30% off and free shipping so I got lots of rusty wheelbarrows, bird houses, wagons, etc. for my fairy gardens. Then Hobby Lobby had all their miniatures 1/2 off this week, so I stocked up there too. Getting a good stock ahead so when spring comes, I'm ready! Now I need to find a good source for miniature ceramic mushrooms yet. I've got spring fever already.

RE: Thinking 'summer' in Winter

Toomuchglass, gee I know just how you feel. Sometimes I just sit and look at glass dishes and have absolutely no ideas of what to do with it. It's especially aggravating when I know I have a craft fair coming up and I just can't make anything. Then the next day or so I get my creativity back and get busy. I'm not in that mode of making stuff right now sorry to say. I have a craft fair this weekend at a Senior Center and one next weekend. Luckily I was real creative and busy the last two weeks so I feel I have enough for both. I'm not thinking I'll sell too many at either one. I'm sure tomorrow you will be ready to create many beautiful things!

RE: Thinking 'summer' in Winter

Its funny how it happens isn't it. One day you can and another day you can't. I'm on a roll right now, got my plate flowers almost done (found some more spoons), and I'm working on a new line of indoor stuff that I'll post about at Crafts and Decorations forum. I feel like I need to take advantage of this productive feeling while it lasts! (ie didn't go to work this afternoon :( I'm lucky I set my own hours, but I still have to put them in!

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