I didn't think I'd get around to this. My craft room is still my office with a computer taking up much of the flat space on my desk.
However, last night I had to give a presentation at vestry (um, that's council, elders, governing body of a church -- sometimes the Episcopal Church has a touch too much jargon) and as my hubby's on vestry, had to wait until it was done before going home.
So I printed out Mary Green's challenge that I thought I was not going to have time nor space to do, took my gluebook that I started from her class, plus pens, and a bit of lace and played while I waited.
I think I'd call this: "Miss Hayes Regrets She Cannot Come Out Today, She's Too Busy Looking at Flowers"....
And in case you're wondering, that's the lace wrist cuff on her head. I thought I'd do something different as I'd seen a lot of torsos on the page ... and added a bit of lace to make her headdress a bit bigger.
You know how you pack stuff for your kids to keep them entertained during a trip? (I don't have kids so this is observation) I had a book, my spiritual journal and this little project to keep me busy....
Yeah, probably overkill especially as recent senior wardens have made a point of keeping the meeting to 2 hours or less. But as it happened, it went a little long, so I finished this, and the book, and got started on a journaling page using my new Pitt Landscape Pens that come in reds, blues and greens.
Love those Pitt pens.