Monday, April 5, 2010

doing the bum dance...

I am making progress.

I bought a shelving unit to use at the show,

which I promptly managed to almost fill with junk from the floor

I have made a zipper mouth monster from the new pattern that I have written (just not had tested yet)
and I did some painting....This will all get a second coat tomorrow.

and in a feat only possible by the most uncoordinated crafter on the planet, I managed to mangle my own bum while taking a photo in the sewing room.
My not-at-all- small-or-pointy butt collided with a small pointy edge of cupboard...... The cupboard won.

and I thought Edna caused pain....I knew nothing!

28 comments:

  1. what a bummer! get better soon! Love the stuff you have done, really lovely.

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  2. The red frames look ace! I'm sorry about your bum :( hope it aint a rainbow bruise!

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  3. Nice work ... but I'm not going to kiss it better .. (someone had to be first to say it hahahaha)

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  4. Bummer!!! (LOL)
    Love the white unit and the red frames. Wish I was going to the show too.
    Hugs ~ Kerryanne

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  5. Great props and shelving for your display! Hope your rear isn't too badly bruised! Ouch!!

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  6. YEEEEEOOOOW! Shall expect bruise pic in the next day or two. Beautifully framed.

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  7. Ouch! Butt your props look great.

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  8. Don't know about Rachel but I'll be a blantant bum-kisser for you Jod.
    I don't care if people know me for what I am!!!!

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  9. Oh hell! I can't think of any witty bum-related jokes to add to your collection above!

    But as Senior Management I do have to say that I hope this injury does not impair your ability to sit at the sewing machine! ;o)

    Locket xx

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  10. Bummer, indeed! Yep all the best ones already been said.

    Suffering for your ()art.

    Cheers,
    AJ

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  11. I hope you told it to butt-out! Great shelves by the way :-)

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  12. Years ago I used to sew standing at the counter of a fabric store where I worked. It works really well, in case you aren't able to sit just yet. :0/

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  13. It looks like you might need another set of shelves so that you have one you can take to S&C. Sorry to hear about your bottom. It sounds like it is having a hard time lately. Glad to see that you have that zipper mouth pattern almost ready.

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  14. oh dear!!! Up for a ride tomorrow?

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  15. Ooooooooooooooooooooowwwwwwwwwww!!

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  16. You are always doing something fun. Even when it hurts!!

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  17. Ooch! Hope your bum is back to it's old cheeky self soon. ;)

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  18. Ow, Jodie. Feel better soon. But I've gotta confess that I was completely in stitches that you managed to label this post My Bum Hurts as well. Two in the same year! Poor you.

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  19. We love your zipper monsters - so cool
    We are having our first giveaway - please visit us at http://misschiefdesigns.blogspot.com/

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  20. Love the shelf and how promptly it made room on your floor! Oh and just between you and me Big Garage sale this saturday at creswick on behalf of the Lions Club. If you get a chance it should be a goodie!

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  21. I've always thought it would be handy to have a small pointy bottom. It would make standing in corners a lot more convenient.

    The shelves look fab. Hope your derierre is on the repair.

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  22. Love your shadow box hanging on the wall - it's exactly the same as my old one (which was originally my mums) that I've just pulled out for daughter no. 1's new room!
    PS Try and stay sane for the show - promise to bring you some biscuits!

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Hellloooooo !!!!