A picture of my daughter's dog, who jumped into the baby crib to try it out while we were putting in the bumper pads I made. I think she might have a slight problem when the baby is born...
My daughter Erin (in the middle) with two of my nieces, Karin (left) and Megan (right). Taken right before the start of her baby shower last Saturday in Middletown, NY.
It was a great shower, she got enough stuff for quadruplets, and I got to see my sisters, sister-in-law, and lots of nieces. Back to work on Wednesday, and trying to catch up with everything that had to be done while I was away.
And here is my round robin fabric that Beth from Maine sent me, it's almost ready to be sent on to the next person on the list, Jenny. I boiled out the batik wax this morning before work, but it was still wet when I left home at 7:15.
I also made an embellished screen for deconstructed screen printing using some of my lunaria seed pods. Can't wait to get home tonight to see how it all turns out, as this is my first time playing with this stuff! Screenprinting is the technique of the month on And Then We Set It On Fire and this is the first time I've had to try it out.