I try never to whine or complain, especially after all the lovely gifts I received on Wednesday, but to be brutally honest, I could barely get out of bed yesterday. I knew I had to deal with all those gifts that were cluttering up the craft room and the kitchen table, but I had a hard time just making coffee and a baked potato when I finally got hungry around 6 pm. I wasn't exactly sick, and I definitely wasn't depressed, but I was just not feeling myself.
About the only thing I managed to do was find a home for the die cutter and all those dies. I took the headless doll and the jewelry to the basements, but other than that, nothing else has been dealt with.
I knew I promised to show the results of the snow dyed fabric today, though, so I removed the fabric from the snow and allowed it to dry. Then I ironed the fabric pieces in an attempt to get rid of the wrinkles, and set the colors, in case they needed it. The wrinkles were harder to get rid of than I anticipated, though, even though I ironed and ironed and ironed.
In case you missed the previous post on dyeing snow, I suggest you see here before reading further. Today's post will make more sense when you do.
I brought my three favorite pieces upstairs and scanned them.
Now I'm heading to bed. Sorry if I didn't visit yesterday, but I was just not myself. I'm still not feeling up to par, but I'll be by to visit after I wake from my nap and when my coffee kicks in.
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