Tuesday, 24 February 2009

Bunny be brave

Sometimes I wonder what would happen if I did the artwork I actually planned to do instead of getting sidetracked?? This morning I had thought I'd like to do a bit of a Spring thing given that green shoots and buds are in rather short supply here at the moment, we still have snow, mutter mutter... I discovered some German Easter scrap I picked up last year in the local supermarket and that's when the distraction began
I dusted off the Zutter cutter which was in the corner whinging about it's lack of hole-punching opportunties and set to work
I bought these plastic eggs in the local DIY store, yes Herr Deck you CAN cut them in half if you really put your mind to it. They could do with a bit of a sand and some paint but I'll leave these particular ones alone, promise!
Surprisingly I had enough scrabble tiles to spell the word Easter and now I have a piece of work finished well ahead of time, unlike Valentine's Day which kind of passed me by.
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9 comments:

Nathalie Thompson said...

CLEVER GIRL! Great use for your Zutter Cutter! I love your mini Easter screen! One would hope LINDA would take up the challenge and pull hers out!

~*~Patty Szymkowicz said...

Oh M, it really puts me in the mood....for spring and Easter! Wonderful, I'm with you on getting a head start. Christmas passed me by this year in the creative department!
Always inspiring and fun to visit, so glad you got side tracked...it's a good thing :)

Hens Teeth said...

So lovely.

Linda said...

Oh wow....persecution in the Comments Section... I cannot escape anywhere. rofl I do love your "screen". You are so productive. I have to leave town for 24 hours. (not a legal issue...hahaha) Maaaaaaybe when I get back I'll open the zutter box.

Brenda Seaholm-Wampler said...

Glad to know you can cut the eggs in half, I have been wanting to, but haven't yet...thanks for giving me the go ahead! LOL

Jenxo said...

how lovely, im glad you got sidetracked! jenxo

Jan said...

I've spent a happy time browsing through your blog. Your humour makes me laugh, your tutorials are inspirational and your spontaneity in your approach to your work is truly motivating. I LOVE IT!

Gunnels blog said...

this is very sweet!

Nathalie Thompson said...

Yes, I've already left a comment, but I just HAD to stop by again for a visit. I can't stay away for long. This is my 3rd time here today-- like your post is going to change within a 3 hour period on a weekend! I am hopeless.

Something I have been meaning to ask... Your name is neither Alice nor Camilla, so why those names for your blog?