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Busy Busy Busy

Ooh, my fingers are sore. I have been doing a LOT of needle felting. One creature right after another in preparation for the holidays. I have so many ideas that they sometimes feel like a field of fireflies and I only have one small jar to with which to catch them. I'm trying! I have a delightful new sketchbook that my brother-in-law made in England. It's so lovingly made and well-done that I feel weird drawing in it, but on the other hand, it's also so inspiring and some of my best ideas are being recorded within its pages.

I have a HUGE surprise for my shop - something I've never tried before and that I hope goes over well. I hope to be unveiling my new creations next weekend.

For now, work work work. Busy busy busy.

If you haven't yet signed up for my giveaway, it ends this Friday. See my last blog post for details!


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