Is there such thing as a "Creative Hang-over?" You know, too much of a good-thing. Drinking in all those creative vibes, overloading on eye-candy and just imbibing too much artistic goodness in general? Well, I feel like I'm hung-over today. One too many. And I guess it's going to talk a little "hair of the dog" as they say, to get me right. But, until I can stumble my way into the studio and create, I'll share this instead.
Sweet Becks over at Heart in my Hand had so wanted to attend Paper Cowgirl. She had previously met Tina in AZ, but she and I have yet to meet. But the dear girl sent goodies in her place, as she was not able to come along. Look at this cuteness.
I was thrilled with just the bag. She could have just filled it with tissue and I would have been a happy girl. But nope, look at this:
My own little comfort doll. But I think I will utilize her as my "worry" doll, as in giving her all my worries, so I don't have to think about them.
Loved this fun paper boot! She used bits of my logo and bits of the paper cowgirl logo that Dale designed. Course red, my fav color!
Love the details in this. I'm always about the details.
There was chocolate as well...but well, that never made the photo shoot. Alas. But it sure was good! Thanks Becks from the bottom of heart. Hope to see you in June.
I've got more photo's on Flickr from the event. And I wanted to take a quick moment to say a huge Thank you, hugs, and kisses for all who taught, participated, helped, vendors on vendor night (Angie @ Quilly Silly , Julie @ Fabulous Finds Studio , Joanna Rangel, Jan T. @ Polka Dot Barn, Dale @ Sea Dream Studio (and Lori) , and of course Tee Dubya, artist wonderful and evil co-hort! . The food by Two Sisters Lunchbox Cafe (sorry can't seem to locate a link to their blog) , and especially to The Crafty Scrapper and Carolyn for providing us such a wonderful atmosphere for the classes, as well as great shopping. Heidi, you're a doll! Sherri (Sis) couldn't have done it without you. If I missed anyone, please forgive me. But thank you so much for everything you've done. We are planning another one in June.
Cathy at Tadpoles and Teacups had this great quote on her blog this morning (as well as some hilarious answers to a quiz someone had sent her - she is so funny!):
I'm tired of following my Dreams. I'm just gonna ask where they're going and meet up later. - Mitch Hedberg
Love that! And so they way I'm feeling this morning. LOL. Cause.