Saturday, January 26, 2013

Start Creating Already....

This week I finally got out my craft/fabric boxes from my parents garage, hoping I would find some inspiration in my stash.... thinking, what I want to create. I have several things in my head all at once and now I don't even know where to begin. Now the weekend is upon us and I still haven't started sewing the couple things I had laid out....I am hoping over the weekend I will find some umphhh within to just do it and start creating already.

Freckles will be staying with our friends for the next week as well, which I hope to take full advantage of and work on some of these projects brewing in my head...While she is having the time of her life with her friends. She so deserves this time away...Since she hasn't seen her friends in weeks and she's been cooped up here, with not a whole lot to do. Then I won't feel as guilty if I am devoting time away sewing...I can sew to my little hearts content. Now, it's just a matter of actually doing it, especially after being in such a funk lately.
I just got to let it all out and "Start Creating Already"...No more procrastinating.
Let's see what I can come up with and hopefully
 I will even have something to share with you all.
 Have a wonderful weekend.


  1. Well come on girlfriend!! I know theres awesomeness brewing up in the pretty little head of yours! Cant wait to see what you cook up!
    have a great weekend

  2. Lucky you! Such pretty fabric and plenty of inspiration. I find what gets me started is actually cutting into the fabric. I know it sounds obvious but seriously once that rotary cutter is going there will be no stopping you! Have fun. Patty

  3. Such prettiness!! Glad you are creating again!! Have a wonderful week! xo Heather

  4. Hang in there girl. So hard to see the plan sometimes, but He's got one for you. I bet once you start the ideas will just flow out of you. Hugs, hugs, hugs!

  5. I am stalking your blog to see your new creations!! LOL I've been sick this week and have not crafted a thing! I find that when I fall out of the habit of creating, I have trouble getting back at it.

    Hang in there!