My "To Make" list is finished! I am having trouble finding the words to describe this last week. 90 miles an hour, constant motion, complications, these are a few that come to mind. I know everyone with kids in school and sports experiences some form of "spring madness". This year has been particularly crazy for us and now it's time for camp. The kids last day of school was today and tomorrow morning we drive them to camp. No time to relax this year.
As I write this we are still laundering clothes, labeling and packing. We are also tending to A4. He broke both bones in his right arm this weekend and is having trouble adjusting to his status as patient. He will be fine, just a complication, and a hard way to start the summer.
Because I am lacking the ability to put together any kind of coherent thought, I am just going to bombard you, dear readers, with images from the studio.
My mother's reversible napkin and place mat set, just in time for the Fourth.
Set of blank cards for SS's birthday.
This is a sign I made 8 years ago for Not that W. She has a new name now and the sign needed to be cleaned and updated. Check!
The coffee sack totes for the girls, a little sewing, a little stamping, a little beading. I hope they like them!
And just because I'm crazy, two more totes, another coffee sack tote for me, slightly shorter, I'm not carrying around a clipboard, and one for A4 to carry his books, journal and crayons, made from G's old pants and dress shirt.
Finally, two sets of stationery, the first set for A2(13 yr old boy), and the second for A3(11 yr old girl). These were requested this morning and are hot off the presses. I am hoping that having hand printed stationery will encourage them to write more often. I'm not holding my breath.
Now, it's on to my next list, packing for our summer adventure. Stay tuned!