Thanks for popping in. Happy Sunday to you!
2 hours of TV this afternoon from 2-4 pm. Just 120 minutes. All set, all prepped, all packed. I sit here with you in my head, chatting to you, sipping my black coffee (cos I’m a Gray-Scaler too, and trying to shed that Covid poundage I’ve packed on!), and I ponder the many hours of work and energy that have gone into those two hours – which will be over before I’ve said G I N K G O!
Not just my hours. Art hours, manufacturing hours of stamps, stencils and masks, assembly and packaging hours, sample making hours, show building hours, prep hours – and that’s before we’ve even flicked the cameras on!
But it‘s our way of shining a light on our art stamps and products. And I cannot think of a better way to reach so many crafters at the same time! Especially when it’s pouring with rain. There’s no better day to craft than a rainy Sunday! The Craftstore allows us time to demonstrate our products, the presenters are kind and gracious, the crew are all over it, pedalling in the background, making sure everything is working well. The Craftstore really is a smashing TV channel to work with. I’ve worked with several; I have the power of comparison.
And so I conclude this morning’s reverie by saying I’m looking forward to the show and hope to have your company. I shall be working with Cathryn Sturrock, a very knowledgeable crafter herself, who will genuinely appreciate the art and products. She’ll LOVE the ginkgos and other flowers – I bet!
Time to decide what to wear and put my face on. That’ll probably take another 2 hours! Sheesh!!
Stay safe, stay dry, stay warm.