My craft room is a chaotic mess and I know that I'm not alone. Because of this, I am always on the lookout for really good storage ideas. Many crafters are faced with heaping piles of supplies that they do not have room for. When I delved heavily into scrapbooking, I frequented a site where members shared their page layouts, ideas, and work spaces. I have to admit that photos of their work spaces are what attracted me to this site. Although I have it bookmarked, I seldom took the time to browse until this past week when someone on a craft message board pointed it out once again. I'm sure you will be inspired by what you see and if you only take one idea from this site, it will be time well spent. Their ideas can be incorporated into any craft setting, not just scrapbooking. I hope you enjoy the Two Peas site and be inspired by the creativity of their members.
I have been making bunting (some call them banners) for several years. They make cute party decorations and can be adorned with letters to spell Congratulations or Happy Birthday or any message you wish. This is the bunting that I take with me to fairs to decorate my booth. I usually hang it in the front to add some color and interest. I love the smiles that it brings to the faces of my customers when they see that they're decorated with yo-yo's. Many times, it sparks interesting interaction between the customer and me about the time they spent with their mothers or grandmothers making yo-yo's. I know that with each word spoken, they are recalling fond memories and I feel very privileged to hear them. This is just another reason why I love yo-yo's so much.
Thank you to all of you who have inquired about Mouse. The Vet is happy to see that he is doing so well and has now decided to take a wait and see approach to further treatment. I will be monitoring Mouse closely and reporting to the Vet in two weeks. Here is an excerpt taken from a previous post regarding his condition.
"Mouse had another test done on Thursday. The test results show that his kidney function is better but it still shows that he's in kidney failure. In order to slow this down, the Vet recommended changing his food which should result in a little less stress on the kidneys. We are hoping that by doing this, we will slow down the kidney failure. He will continue to get his fluids, but for now, it will be limited to twice a month since he seems to be doing a lot better. That is such a relief because the constant transporting of him to the Vet was wearing thin on both him and me. In jest, the Vet mentioned that he sees that Mouse is getting better because he's gaining weight. Believe me, Mouse does not need to gain any more weight. According to the Vet's assistant, Mouse is the biggest cat that they've seen. He's the biggest cat that I've ever seen too."
I hope you all have a great weekend!
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