Well, I believe I am all packed and ready to go to the crafting retreat. The retreat will be in Lake Geneva, WI, and I am very much looking forward to it. I will be catching up on my “behindness” and hopefully working on a couple more little crafts. However, I am not completely sure what to expect as this is the first crafting retreat I have ever been to.
However, I do think it is the best way to celebrate National Craft Month.
So, cheers to crafting!
This weekend, I will be attending a crafting retreat. My first time doing so, too. 😀
So I have been planning my crafts. I believe I did a good job at that.
I will be working on
- January craft – messenger bag
- Cactus pincushions
- Wristcuff bag and bracelet (if time allows)
- A hair accessory for the opera
- An upcycled jeans bag (if time allows)
I will be taking pictures and documenting my progress over the weekend. Don’t know if I will have internet access, and will be focusing on the crafting itself, so my posts may not be immediately available… But can’t wait to post!
I have been swamped and I haven’t been able to craft or plan crafts lately, as much as I would like to. I have been busy with the website building (which is a good thing, blogging, sadly, does not pay my bills) and this thing I recently developed called a social life. Who knew that could get in the way? (I might consider hiding in my shell again until I find some balance!)
It’s March, and I am still working on the January craft. And my goals weren’t as lofty as I would have liked them to be… My dining room table is a hodgepodge of different ideas (and a mess, too). At least there’s still space for 2 people to eat… Because I have also been busy with cooking.