Sunday, September 14, 2008

This is......what I do with a spare 10 minutes

If I have a spare ten minutes and if I'm not blogging, or reading other blogs then........

.....you'll find me sitting at the kitchen bench cutting things up and glueing and stitching things together. I have lots and lots of projects cut out but not many actually sewn together (that's when I start procrastinating).......
The kitchen bench is now constantly in a state of disarray, but it's extremely handy because I can instantly plop myself on a stool and get into something crafty immediately.

Thankyou Liesl for such a fab theme this week, and to Sharon for filling in while Angela is on her overseas jaunt!

Oh...and I'd probably have a cup of tea in that 10 minutes too!

12 comments:

Kirsty said...

Enjoy that cup of tea Cam. I think you need a pool room too.

Katie said...

all those goodies on your work table look very cute! I get glued to blogs too, especially great ones like yours.

Karin said...

Love the table. Very nice!!

The cup of tea sounds lovely too. :-)

Jenny said...

My kitchen bench gets like that too and sometimes I spread to the lounge as well! Never enough room! Having a spare ten minutes is just so good for the soul!

handmaiden said...

glad to see I am not the only one who is using their kitchen table

muralimanohar said...

I have a whole sewing room, and I STILL have crap strewn through the house!!

Hoppo Bumpo said...

Wow, that's a lot of stuff cut out! No-one wonder you're able to stock the CurlyPops Shop so well.

I think that its perfectly acceptable to cut out on the kitchen bench ... and the kitchen table ... and the coffee table .... and the loungroom floor ...

Jodie said...

It all seems so organised - all cut out and ready to go ! Great use of those ten minutes.

Leni and Rose said...

I love the look of your kitchen table! So much crafty stuff - oh heaven!!

Lilli boo said...

Thanks for your lovely comment,I found your post inspiring too, really lovely fabrics your using...something I should be doing more of and that is being more creative !..getting there..now I definitely need that cup of tea.

Lindsay Bear said...

Your "this is" is very similar to mine! I like to blog in my spare time too. Starting a craft in 10 minutes is rather difficult though, because I usually want to keep going....for hours and hours. LOL.

Jenaveve said...

Geez, all that AND a cup of tea? You fit a lot into 10 minutes - I'm impressed!

There's something to be said for taking up a whole bench for creating - it means you can do it any time of the day, and it's totally accessible! Noice one.