June 17, 2010

My Creative Space.

Firstly I'd like to apologise.......apologise for neglecting this blog over the past week! It's not that I didn't want to post about the goings around my place, it's quite simply that I didn't have the time to do so! Things with my creative goodies have really taken off and I also had to stop what I was doing to complete submissions for Handmade Living........the deadline was approaching and I didn't want to leave it until the last minute.

Late last night I had an idea...........I was thinking about brooches, like some of these, and some of these. I wanted to do something different this time around, something red, little, something little girls are going to want to talk to...........Red Riding Hood.

She needs bit of work............alot of work infact, right now she looks like she is part of the Volturi in the Twilight movie.......all she needs is the red eyes!
Not only has she got to dodge the Big Bad Wolf but this giant cat wants to eat her up!
I suspect that she wouldn't have any trouble defending herself with her vampire powers!
I've got a busy day ahead of me today, this is what's on my desk waiting to be finished..........
and I need to cut out some more of these..........
Despite the amount of work I have to do.........it's all good, because I totally enjoy what I do, bring it on I say!
If you want to visit Kirsty and all of her creative followers head on over to kootoyoo and say hello.




8 comments:

Amanda said...

She is great! And I love all your pears :)

Tracey said...

red riding hood is fab, great idea!

Little Ted Canvas said...

Love the brooch idea & love your little red riding hood photo shoot, cute!

Posie Patchwork said...

The pears look naked without their stalk, how funny!! Love Posie

Mira Narnie said...

I love your pears! they are so cute! little red riding hood is pretty cute too - i am amazed at how small she is!

Cotton Kiwi said...

LOL she does like she could defend herself against the giant cat! Good luck with your workload!

Chicken Willow said...

All your pears look great and love little red riding hood.

jorth said...

It must be the season for Red Riding Hoods... although mine's a wee bit bigger!

Those pears are fab, by the way!