These little origami hanging people remind me so much of the hanging monkeys my grandma had! I don’t remember there ever being a barrel.. I was quite content just linking monkeys…
I really enjoyed making this! Basically, I just took stuff apart and linked it together with random stuff…
What do you do if you were all excited about seeing the Miró exhibition at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, but were too ill to go?
Sulk, then remember about their website, then get distracted by the wonder of their online shop.
I particularly like these letter press cookie cutters:
And I have no idea what I’d do with it, but I want one of these:
Totally inspired by this farm stamp set:
Oh, and the Miró stuff in the exhibition shop is pretty good too.
Thus, I have nothing to post about, absolutely nothing at all apart from a picture of our hotel:
The pool, hot tubs, tennis and basketball courts:
A little map of City Walk and imagining I’m walking round:
And planning my birthday Disney outfit!
“I saw this and thought of you!” was the joyful exclamation that greeted me when Cupcake Queen Noms came round for the craft fair yesterday (post to follow).
I love the fact that she only had to look at the cover of Here Be Monsters: The Ratbridge Chronicles to know that I would think this book was awesome.
And, it gets better. You only have to open the front cover and there, written on the inside flap of the dust jacket is “Skullduggery is afoot!” Any book with skullduggery afoot is ok by me.
It’s fully illustrated throughout and has a chapter entitled Pants Ahoy! Oh yes; and there’s an abundance of exclamation marks, too.
I can’t wait to read it!
Ok, so this isn’t reeeally 100% about crafts. As I may have mentioned, we’re going to Florida soon. I’m making a notebook to take; it’s a little one, handbag sized, with a pocket in the back to put theme park tickets etc. The cover will be decorated with cartoon figures representing everyone going.
My first thought was DISNEY, even though we’re only going for one day. Awesome. Job done. Plenty of Disney characters to choose from. But then, none of them really have my hair.
And I got to thinking.
Little manga versions of everyone would be awesome. Manga always inspires me to draw.
I’ve knitted a couple of these, just as an experiment, making the pattern up… I quite like them! It’s like having a little cosy for your phone.
I’ll have them on sale at our next stall, which is Mother’s Day, so I’m hoping they’re a ‘mum’ thing…