The show opened Saturday and, though there was still glue drying on the set when the curtain opened, the whole thing went fairly smoothly. Any locals should try to go and see it this coming weekend or next.
We're doing a lot of our family Christmas celebration in Ohio during Thanksgiving since we won't be flying home in December. And since we committed to making the majority of our gifts and their packaging this year, our living and dining room have quickly become a frenzy of fabric, paint, glue, yarn, and recycled materials. Here are some sneak peaks.
Plus I've got a lot of catch up to do on a few freelance graphic design jobs.
Annd, I'll be doing my first craft fair this Saturday with a another local Etsian.
Shew! No rest for the weary (or the mothers of toddlers)!
This is Kiko, enjoying yr blog!
Pls put handmade Christmas presents which you will gift, sometime.
I also read yr articles about Tofu, there are many sweets such as cheese cake etc...
Talk to you later, Love, Kiko
Oh, I feel for you! No rest, indeed! Good luck with your craft show!
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