So my little project from the other night's not done. Boo, I say! Boo!
I had hoped to get into my craft room last night, but then it was discovered that "the secondary panel [in our furnace] has a short". That's fancy-talk for "it's friggin cold in here."
Luckily, I rent from fantastic people who are on it like rockstars. Or like glitter on everything you own six months after you've used glitter.
That being said, I'm at home sick today, and I'm hangin' out in bed 'cause dis is where da heat's at, yo.
One little space heater = one warm room. Cliff has just arrived home from work, so it seems doubtful that the aforementioned "one room" will wind up being my craft room.
So, here's a previously-made page -- and one of my faves! -- to satisfy my need to post.
BoBunny Double-Dot, Colorbok transparency, papers from a Me &My Big Ideas slab, white rub-ons of unknown origin, and craptacular photography courtesy of the incandescent bulbs in my kitchen.
Who makes that typeface paper? It was one of my favourites and I used up every last scrap. Methinks I need some more.The flocked-and-winged heart was cut from the same M&MBI slab. I curled the wings and popped them up with foam tape.
The stitching around the circle was done in a somewhat haphazard fashion. It serves me well that "haphazard" actually looks good when it comes to sewing on paper.
What a mushy layout.
I guess you could say, "I've got my love to keep me warm!"
To which I would groan and curl up a little tighter in my duvet. But I'd be smiling on the inside.
PS: Just thought you'd like this little tidbit. Cliff sings to the dog a lot. I mean, a lot. Often these are made-up songs, or versions of songs he's been playing on the radio that day, as he's in broadcasting. He also likes to sing in a particular register that really gets the dog howling.
So he's been in the kitchen, cooking and singing. Of course, Molly started howling.
To which he just facetiously responded, "Yeah, I know the words, I effing made it up!"
Ahhhh. *Swoon* He's all mine, ladies.
PPS: He just told the dog that she'll "never work in this town again!", Al Capone-style. On the other hand, he also just brought me eggs and toast in bed. I guess I have to take the good with the crazy.
Yeah, yeah. "Birds of a feather." Point taken.