Thursday, 7 February 2008

Putting pen to paper.

It's been a busy time for me lately. I have been trying to find a job which was consuming ALL my time and now I have one I am having to manage my time to fit in family life, kids etc... and work. I am grateful for being busy though. I kinda enjoy/thrive on the whole stress thing, which is weird but it makes me not dwell on the past and fret about the future. I try not to worry but I am a born worrier and I suppose some things will never change.

There are heaps of things that 'need' to be done but it's just getting round to them. Today my task is, when I put Benji to sleep (his new nickname of late) I am going to put my pen to paper and draw out all of those stamp designs I want made up. I have been talking about it for over a year now. It keeps being put at the bottom of the pile but today is the day.

Now, I only have an hour so it's not long but I have some ideas that have been hanging around my little head for over a year so it is just a case of drawing them. And I sooo want a 'wood' look stamp. I have searched around over and over and can't find them. I guess the best thing to do IS to draw one myself and get it made up? Any how off to put Benji to bed and then get on...

P.s. Sandra ~ so glad you're blogging again!

P.p.s. I will post some piccies soon... Just have a work-a-thon this weekend starting tomorrow night.

4 comments:

michelle said...

I know what you mean trying to balance everything out. It'll take some getting use to , but you guys will get your flow down. Then you'll end up like me and can only scrap like once a week.. lol! You are talented enough that you could design your own stamp. As for me, I just have to filter through everything that's out there.

Sandra said...

Thanks for your comments hon. I have no idea where you're going with this whole wood thing, but know I will be your first customer for those stamps!!

Nina said...

Ohhhhhh Polly Stamps! Have you seen the sneak peak of Shimelle's new stamps? She has a good one.....

shelly b said...

would love to see your stamp ideas!