a little bit busy...

Just popped in to say hi... I'm a very busy bee at the moment and haven't had a lot of time for blogging!  I'm trying to cram as much into my day as humanly possible! I have just a "FEW" things on my plate... mainly screen printing, some orders (tea towels and little people t-shirts) from friends, kris kringle swap and softies for mirabel... and there is more... a little surprise later this week :) I am giving myself a deadline of 3rd Dec to get everything done so then I can concentrate on the Christmas craziness :)

Here are just a few photos of what I've been up to... phew!!

arrow feather stencil
:: feather arrow stencil
(I had a sore finger after cutting all this out!)

feather arrows
:: screen printing feather arrows 

sweet
:: screen printing tea towels

flower repeat
:: screen printing flowers

Hmmm... seems to be a lot of red happening :)
Hope you are having a great week so far!

10 comments:

  1. This is such a flawless result! I wonder how you cut those arrows so accurate! Just wonderful! I'm really craving to do something creative now.

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  2. Such patience!

    Love the look of all your screen printing. There is just something some attractive about ink of fabric that makes it hard to resist. :)

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  3. the arrows look like they would've been very tricky to do - you must have a lot of patience! well done. Doris

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  4. I like seeing all the little cutout bits lying there. Am I weird?

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  5. Thanks everyone! Yep I have a lot of patience and I love cutting out the stencils... I find it quite therapeutic :)

    Halina - thanks... it takes a lot of practice! :)

    June at noon - not weird at all ... I like it too ... ha ha ha

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  6. Maybe I'm the weird one, soon as I saw the discarded cut-out bits I was thinking random placement and sprayon inks - kind of reverse stencil effect (more paper than fabric craft in my head but it would work on either), I think I'd particularly like it on tissue paper - nice gift wrapping...

    And I don't know how you had any feeling left in your finger tips after cutting out all those arrows!

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  7. Thanks Norma - I thought about using the discarded arrow cut-outs too... but only after I had thrown them in the bin... drat!! :)

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  8. Just wanted to say how much i love your designs. You have inspired me to look up screenprinting classes for 2012!

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  9. You are a machine Lamina! :)
    Ronnie xo

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  10. Looove these patterns! Can't decide which is my fav, the flowers or the arrows. Will there be a shop soon...?
    *she asks hopefully*

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