We are so lucky to have Kris from Tag Along Teddies host One Project a Month (OPAM) again this year. You can find out all about it here if you are interested.
Therefore, I thought I'd better make something for January.
First find an old real estate sign in the back of the shed from when you sold out of town. Cut it into six 10 inch squares and then cut the remainder in half. Spray paint over the writing with white paint. Find scraps of binding or cut strips of fabric 2 1/2 inches wide. Find a scrap of batting just the right size to cover them all.
Anticipate that you will have a nice and quick project completed. Reality check when nice and easy project ends up taking hours and hours.
Ta da! Eight mini design boards. Something I have been wanting to make for years. They will be so handy with Splendid Sampler 2.
See! Perfect. I have been working on the same basis, but using mini cutting mats and display folders. This will be so much better.
Another block completed. This one is Lauren's Flower Basket.
I've been looking for something to store my complete blocks in. Yesterday I was sorting some stuff and found the perfect tin. One very happy camper.
Just to finish off, we had another doozy of a storm yesterday.
It blew a gale and bucketed down. We ended up with 20mm of rain, whereas other places around here had up to three inches. The river was up again this morning, but had receded by late afternoon. We were rewarded with this gorgeous rainbow after the storm passed.
It was a lovely early sunrise this morning, so no storms here today.