Thursday, July 5, 2007

AHT Catch-Up Week

This is not an ordinary AHT blog post. So if that is what you are wanting, you will want to skip the rest of this post.
Sale Ending Soon!
"Make a Profit with Your Passion: Starting a Home-Based Art Business"
On sale until July 7th - $6.99 Regularly $9.99

Impromptu Vacation
This past week we have had record flooding in the area. Although the water did not come close to our home, it did interfere with normal activities. But I am not complaining, many lost their homes and everything they own.

BTW Pics can be seen on my other blog WillArtForFood

BUT, I was not able to get to my day job. Because of the scheduling change I decided to think of it as my Summer Vacation of sorts and I spent the time catching up on projects around the house/office/studio. It was nice after finishing the script (ScriptFrenzy), to have time to regroup and tie up some loose ends.

A bag I made for my AlphaSmart, and other writing essentials. I have an older model AlphaSmart, but I still LOVE it! The bag is padded and is loaded with pockets.

Initially this was to be the exterior of the bag, it is reversible, washable, with a removable insert for a stiff bottom. Others say they like the zebra print better.

This week I designed a number of bags for practical use by creative people. I have it down on paper, so hopefully someday I will have the chance to make them a reality.

Also completed - the binding on two king-sized quilts I had someone else quilt for me. My mother made the tops, and they are HUGE. Although I have to admit they seemed MUCH larger once I was hand sewing the binding. Each took approximately 7 hours to finish the binding alone.

Finished Script Frenzy June 30th YEAH!, and slapped the poster into a frame to match last years NANOWRIMO.

What is so unique about a filing cabinet? Other than the fact it needs to be updated from that forest green color? I purged and reorganized all of my files.

Ready for these to go back to the library. This is a good thing, because many I have renewed more than I care to admit.

Not shown are the multitude of smaller things I completed, filed, or just decided were ready to retire. My work area looks as below, minus the sewing machine being out.

Feel free to forward this blog to other you think you would benefit.

Emails concerning business transactions are always answered right away. But, because of the volume, I am no longer able to personally answer others.



No comments: