Thanks for popping in. It’s very windy here darn sarf! Blowing a gale! The old trees in the garden are bending and dancing; handling it well, as they always do. We could learn a lot from the trees.
Had a day alone prepping for this week’s TV. Thursday 2 hours. Saturday 3 hours. Paul and I are sharing; I’m on Stamps and Stencils duty – he’s covering Groovi and Dies. I do sometimes wonder what I’m doing, making cards for days on end for TV demos, when I’ve got a business to run! Oh – and move! But hey ho. One day at a time, it will all happen. And this week, we’re covering for Maria, while she recuperates from a shoulder surgery, and Tina, who has only just got back from India, and is wiped out. I am sure you will join me in wishing them both well xx
On Thursday 12 noon and 4pm, it cogs n clocks galore! We’ve had a right old giggle at work over this one. For some reason I just keep saying cocks n clogs! Even when I really concentrate and speak very slowly, it still come out as Cocks n Clogs! So that’ll be fun on live telly. Anyway, fab stamps, stencils, Groovi – and a brand new gorgeous die.
On Saturday at 11 and 2, Paul and I are showcasing the loveliest nested lace Groovi plates! They are perfect. Actually, Jim designed these lace patterns as borders back at the start of our Groovi journey. You may have them. Now, he has turned them into rounds. Fantastic. Very pretty, and very useful.
Then, at 4pm, I’m doing a special 1 hour show on my own. Just one hour. Remember the floral alphabet I drew last year? Well, I’ve drawn a set of 4 floral frames to go with them, and will be launching the stamps this Saturday. Hang on, let me find the lineart, to show you….
I am so chuffed with these superfine stamps! They stamp up beautifully, and finish off the letters perfectly. Mind you, I see them with lovely country scenes inside too…
We’ll launch Groovi next month. One thing at a time! You see, the plan is this: more stamps this month. Then dismantle stamp machinery and relocate. That means at least a week no stamp production. What a caper.
One thing at a time. One day at a time.
Time to stop for one day.
Love & Hugs,