Saturday, February 27, 2010

Working Weekend

I have to admit, I haven't been in the studio all week.

For one thing, it's been really cold and it's hard to work down in the basement studio when it's so chilly and doesn't want to warm up so my hands will loosen up.

So I've been working on projects upstairs, where it's warmer. Using some hand dyed fibers to make strands, adding hand dyed costume pearls.

And I've had some long days at the day job this week, it cuts into the time.

But today, cold or not, I'm headed down to the studio. Plenty of warm layers, double socks on my feet.

I need to get back in the swing of creating. It's definitely time.

My hubby was traveling and he had the camera with him, so I need to get it set up and take some photos now that he's back.

And I need to start working on ideas for my trades for Artfest. It's not that far away now, and I have my airplane tickets all set up.

Just need to get things rolling again.


SummersStudio said...

I like the colours in that photo. I'm picturing you in my mind all rugged up having fun in your studio. I have to do that too and I usually look a little like a toddler in a snow suit.

The Joy of Nesting said...

Hi Lynn,

What a great header to welcome Spring. Kinda like a perk me up Spring tonic.

If you have time stop by my blog. I posted the necklace I made with your pewter and resin heart with the virgin Mother. I'm really pleased with the results and it actually won a much coveted invitation only juried art show and sale. :) Thanks again, your fauxtiques are always so inspiring to work with!!

Pattie ;)
Mazatlan Mx.

LLYYNN - Lynn Davis said...

LeAnn, you are right on target - my hubby came down to the studio yesterday to chat and started shivering - only my layers of socks and sweatshirts keeps me warm!

Pattie, that's fantastic news, love hearing about your success, congratulations. Thanks for sharing...

I need to figure out a way to create waterproof fingerless gloves so I can keep my hands warm and dry at the same time, LOL