Olivia by Daniel Torrente for Stampotique
Crown by Jo Capper Sandon for Stampotique
I haven't done a page in my A5 Moleskine for ages, months even .... I fell out of love with it a while ago ... I'm not sure why. Recently I have been working either much bigger or much smaller. So I decided to revisit it this week and start a new page and it's amazing how quickly you can back into things. Before long I was painting, spraying and splatting as usual :-)
I came across the quote in a great little book I was introduced to by Dyan, called The Little Book of F**k It' - a book with a flippant title but with really meaningful contents. This book is a great leveller - really - you should check it out. I got mine at AFTH but it is also available here. I really like this quote because I am one of life's worriers and every now and then I just need someone to say to me 'Oh, get over yourself'! and remind me that I am just a very small person on a very big planet. My Mum had a great saying that she used to quote to my sisters and I if we were getting a little self-centred, or whining too much - 'You're not the only man on the island' she used to say!
I chose to use the stamp 'Olivia' by Daniel Torrente for Stampotique because she looks a little worried doesn't she?
Today I received this blog award off the lovely Anne:
Apparently we are supposed to share some unusual facts about ourselves but I have done this a few times before and I really have nothing more unusual to reveal, I am too normal, and actually there is no way I could top what Anne had to say! Go and have a look here: Flutterby Crafter blog!!! Thanks Anne x
Well, it's half term here YIPPEE! But you know what that means? It means I have to battle with two children all week for who has supremacy over the computer. Seriously I am no match for Club Penguin, and this is the first time I have been able to get on the PC all day. I need an ipad I need an ipad I need an ipad I need an ipad i need an ipad :-)
Byeeeeeeee for now