Thanks for popping . Did you join me for this afternoon’s Moment of Clarity? I enjoyed playing with those Butterfly stamps a lot!
I hope you got something out of the session too xx
I had to chuckle at myself too. Every single product I touched which was from Ranger, I called out “RANGER10” !! Irritating? Only mildly! Our Ranger shipment landed yesterday, so we’re celebrating with a 10% Discount Code all weekend!
All things Ranger available HERE
The Thumb is speaking out, and it is definitely time to stop. It is spelling out A G O N Y. Question: do you use your thumbs when you’re doing RAKU pottery? I’ll tell you tomorrow, after the RAKU class in the morning!! I cannot wait. It got rained off last fall, and now we are picking up where we left off. Not missing it for anything – not even a knackered thumb! Worry not. I shall use my loaf and not my right hand! I cannot wait. It’s such an exciting pottery process. Would you believe that I have bought a Raku Kiln for home? We’re having a RAKU party when the kids come home. Grace is hoping for July.
Then Dave finally got home from his fleeting trip to Scotland, 400 miles each way, and all because the lady loves Letterpress…
Wowee. A Reliance, all the way from America via a castle in Scotland. These antiques are as rare as hen’s teeth. A much coveted, fully functioning, all-singing-all-dancing antique letterpress. Big investment. BIG being the operative word!
Dave said it was quite hairy-scarey-Mary loading it into the van. Apparently, the young farmer who helped him with a long-arm fork-lift said it was more nerve racking than watching his wife give birth. Mmmm… let’s ask the wife, shall we?
Next challenge: getting it off the van….
Watch this space. We have a wonderful plan. And it is just these creative ideas and plans that will keep us going for years to come. Between the pottery, lino cutting, wood turning and letterpress printing, when will we ever have time to retire!! Doesn’t sound much like retirement to me!
Have a lovely weekend. Keep safe.
Love and Hugs