Saturday, 17 November 2007

So, my life drawing class was cancelled, and I bought a little sketch pad.

I found this apron at The Op Shop, it's for me because I like it, only I think it's so cute I can't bear to use it. Ideas for the cherry tablecloth feature on the next page in the sketch pad. I have forbidden myself from entering any op-shops for at least a month, because it is clear that I have become an Underpants Gnome.

Well, a buying shitloads of stuff at the op shop gnome anyway.

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Blogger Tanya Brown said...

LOL! No, I don't think you've reached Underpants Gnome status yet. The Op Shop items are the palette of colors from which you'll paint your creations, so to speak. Also, you have a concrete plan for making money which goes beyond "Step 2: ?"

18 November 2007 at 06:04  
Anonymous kirsty said...

You really scored with that apron! It's so pretty!!
Love the kids in the bath. Reminded me of my guys. They used to make horns, too :D

18 November 2007 at 09:00  
Blogger riseoutofme said...

Maybe a safety net as well?

Handsome gnomes.

18 November 2007 at 09:57  
Blogger bluemountainsmary said...

Ok the kids photos are very funny and yes put the rungs on.

Let's cut to the chase here though - please don't restrict yourself to sizes 1- 4. Close examination of your sketches reveals that I would want at least one of those dresses for Margot and she is a size 6.



18 November 2007 at 11:42  
Anonymous tracey petersen said...

Sketch it and dream it. Have a few test pieces, then go for it! You can do it!

I'll be your coach.

18 November 2007 at 12:34  
Blogger Stomper Girl said...

Nice to see you doing some boys' stuff in your sketches. Boys get so gipped in the cute clothing stakes.
Allydillydally is such a great name.

And no wonder Monkey#2 is open-mouthed at Monkey#3's climbing skills, I am as well.

18 November 2007 at 12:53  
Blogger Aunty Evil said...

Ummm... did I miss something?

How come your life drawing classes were cancelled?

18 November 2007 at 19:17  
Blogger crafty said...

Aunty, I had one class, got all revved up, then the next week it was postponed, then the next week it was cancelled because the guy running the classes was busy!? (Got a refund, next time I'll do something at a neighbourhood house.)

I suppose I could manage 1-6.

Yes Stomper, boys clothes, tricky.

I was thinking that yellow with patchwork animals could be cute on a little boy.

19 November 2007 at 07:47  
Blogger nutmeg said...

Hi Crafty - it's me, nutmeg - finally able to comment!!!!!! (Thanls H&B)

Love the kids bath hairdos - I think my youngest's attempt at such a thing would be virtically challenged seeing she's yet to have a hair cut and she's just turned three.

(And thanks for your commet on my post about the meetup - it was all good in the end!)

19 November 2007 at 18:46  
Blogger nutmeg said...

Let's try that again - vertically challenged!

19 November 2007 at 18:47  
Blogger Melinda said...

Monkeys. How appropriate. What little darlings. Rob used to hate that I made hair shapes with the kids hair while they were bathing. I told him I had earned my shot at making them look silly.... it's only for my benefit after all!

Aw. I hate that your drawing classes were cancelled. I was looking forward to seeing more of your sketches!

20 November 2007 at 04:58  
Blogger kurrabikid said...

So you have a keen climber, too!

20 November 2007 at 12:54  
Blogger Lazy cow said...

They look like 3 little acorns. So cute.

20 November 2007 at 15:18  
Blogger Amy A. said...

Love thrift shops!

Can you direct me to the pattern for the ladies top you posted on Nov. 7th? It's very beautiful and I think I might be up for trying something more difficult.

21 November 2007 at 06:03  
Blogger meggie said...

Lovely photo of the monkeys in the bath!
I would have died of fright before I could have taken that shot on the bunks!

Great sketches!

21 November 2007 at 16:52  
Anonymous bec said...

I still can't get over the sheer thrill of being able to leave a comment for you!

(we have exactly that bunk bed);)

23 November 2007 at 00:04  
Blogger cocktails said...

Hi Crafty, I'm using your site to test my google profile thing! Everything is run by bloody Google. Hope you are well and will be blogging again soon - I miss those crimes against craft.

28 November 2007 at 22:01  
Blogger Fairlie said...

Somehow I managed to miss this post until just now.

Love the sketches. And I *especially* love the comment down the bottom of the left-hand page! To which I say, "Amen".

29 November 2007 at 20:01  
Blogger Melinda said...

Missing you!

5 December 2007 at 04:00  

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