....chaos is good.
....I never wanted a neat, tidy and quiet life....Things seem out of control here at the moment. Birthday season has just finished for the time being in our household. In the last few weeks Nicholas, Pete, my mum, a niece, a nephew and several friends have celebrated their birthdays. We have socialised and celebrated, and ignored the house cleaning and growing piles of clean washing waiting to be folded and put away.
Among the chaos, this is where I find peace. Cutting and pasting, making more mess :-)
This one was from the two peas garden. I won't type out all the journaling, but you can read it here.
Also for two peas, I wrote an article about ATCs. Here are a couple of mine -
I've been preparing samples for a class and a few make-and-takes using the new cherryArte lines for the SIA event in Sydney. SIA is Australia's first scrapbooking industry trade only event, and you can read more about how to register to attend on the Delish site. I'll post some sneak peeks of my class project in the next few days.
I'm also working on preparations for Brisbane's Scrapbook Expo in June. I'll be teaching one class a day, and I decided to indulge and teach what I'm loving the most right now - these small "art quilt" type of projects. I'll post a sneak peek of the actual project closer to the time, but here's a little montage I put together in the meantime, to give you an idea. On the Expo website you can register to have information sent to you when it comes out - around April from memory.
Ok, now I'm off to tackle that enormous pile of folding....