I found a blonde wood cabinet in a nearby opshop and knew I had to buy it, even though it only just fit in the back of our little car. Since moving I've been coveting such a cabinet for housing all my art and stationery supplies and those that belong to the children, too. And now we have one in our dining area, which fills me with joy every time I pass it. It also contains all the supplies required for wrapping parcels and writing letters, so sending mail is very simple. And the top can house all sorts of bottles and books, etc.
Also today I've been tidying up a bit. It's something that has stayed with me since childhood (I grew up in a Seventh-Day-Adventist family and only just realised that's why I get the urge to do lots of washing and baking on a Friday.)
Also pictured above- some embroidery done today. I really need to start checking my clothes for threads before leaving the house- I'm sure I must resemble a crazy craft lady most of the time. Which I probably am.
I was honoured to have some old work featured in this post in Anthology Magazine- thank you!
And have you seen this crazy-but-amazing video by Connan Mockasin? Keira is now asking me to make her a pair of lemon-glasses. But of course.
See you next week!