Good Morning Everyone!
Thank you all for your amazing support in buying the Springtime Lantern Kits and tutorials and the Dylusional Paint and Applicator kits! You guys ROCK!!! I just dropped everything off in the mail! Yahooooo! It was a big task packing up, but it's done, I am thankful and I am on to the next big adventure....What is it you say? Tearing out a wall in my studio. A little remodel if you will. This entails moving ALLL the stuff that is on a huge shelving unit in the studio. I was having coffee earlier contemplating where and how I should store it all while I do the work...Fast Reno...Please God let it be fast! What three days to pack up everything? Good Gravy! I will keep you posted!
I tell ya what's going to make it easier....I was at Craft Crossing last week and I was admiring a tote made from a dog food bag...You know the plastic kind that won't tear and are virtually indestructible? Those! This sweet lady said she makes them and would like to give the bag to me! Well HELLOOOOOOO! I of course said yes! This sweet lady's name is Carol Martin and she makes these amazingly STRONG bags out of different Feed Bags! What a great way to upcycle what would normally go into our landfills! I'm in! And I'm sold! I have used this bag to tote things from home to the post office, cart kits to and from classes, even move plants that I purchased from the nursery to the greenhouse! By the way, it cleaned up beautifully and allowed the carpet in my car to stay free of dirt.
So, I plan to use this handy bag to help tote load after load of craft goodness to and fro during the reno...Thank You So Much Carol!
Well, that said, I guess I will add another thing to my To Do list and get to toting all the things I some how seem to amass so very quickly! I better get going! Lots to do before I start!
Have an amazing day!
The Gentleman Crafter