Thursday, April 10, 2008

You can do a lot in ½ hour a day!

I just read some of my previous posts, and boy do I whine about not having enough time to sew! So now I have decided that everyday (well, okay, almost every day) when Viola comes home from kindergarten, she and I will have special mom-and-Viola-craftiness-time!

She may not want to help, but that's okay, it'll still be a great little break for us to spend some quiet-time together, and it's absolutely okay to draw, color, play with her doll-house, or whatever else (see, I'm not even thinking that she may not want to be in the craft-room with me!)

Today, we made a present for her dad:

He had this sheet when I met him, he only had one, and it's very worn in places.... But I love the pattern!!
We have a mess of vitamins, lip-balms, lotion etc on a shelf in the kitchen, so today we made a little "bucket-bag" for all this stuff to go into!

I've been tagged by the lovely Nicole aka Craftapalooza! I have to find 6 random quirks about myself....

1: I don't like milk, and I love Coca-Cola!
2: I can't sleep if I know there are dirty dishes in the zink....
3: I'm a trained waldorf-teacher
4: I'm a sargeant from the Danish AirForce
5: I love to watch mindless tv
6: I think grey is the most beautiful haircolor!

I'm tagging block-a-day, Diana Martin, Magnolias and Sunshine, Puddinpop, House of Krom, Syko

And here are the rules:
1: Link to the person that tagged you.
2. Post the rules on your blog.
3. Share six non-important things/habits/quirks about yourself.
4. Tag six random people at the end of your post by linking to their blogs.
5. Let each random person know they have been tagged by leaving a comment on their website.


Lisa Boyer said...

Love the little bucket bag! Uh you have pouch/bag fever, too? They're fun, aren't they? A a sargeant in the Danish Air Force? Really? Now that's very interesting...

Anonymous said...

Hvad er en Waldorf-teacher?
Hvor er det vildt at du er sergent - du rummer virkelig mange talenter!
Det er en rigtig fin blog :-)
Kh Asta

Dana said...

the print on the sheet rocks. cute little ditty bag too.

ladydi said...

What is a Waldorf teacher? I like your half hour a day idea. Getting started is always the hardest part, so the half hour could easily turn into an hour and a half. Is this during naptime for Ask?

qusic said...

I love to read these 7 random facts...If you were an air force seargent,did you fly or jump with a parachute? I am curious I know, but it's fun to get to know people better. I love what you made of this lovely sheat, to re-use is a gift
to pink: it is really a strong colour and quite a challenge, but it soothes the soul and that's the instant reward, worth trying:)