Monday, 28 March 2011

STILL ALIVE OUT HERE ...

Well, we shoved all our furniture and stuff (so MUCH of it, I'm embarrassed to have so many worldly possessions!) and headed north. After 5 days we're beginning to emerge from a sea of boxes, although in terms of the Studio it is most definitely a case of trying to squeeze a quart into a pint pot. One day I just wanted to cry because I figured a large amount of it would have to go, but when I looked I simply couldn't spare any of it!! Anyway, things are looking better now although there's still a long way to go, but more of that later - I have been taking pictures and promise to reveal all shortly.

This post is really just to restore my (flagging) sanity, and to share the Truth Cards I made in the last few days before the move when I couldn't really settle to anything more ambitious ....
And yes - they are ATC sized (which is 2.5 x 3.5") but mainly because I happened to have a lot of card cut in that size, but you could make them any size that works for you! I used to LOVE making ATCs anyway, and I get to keep these which is even better!

6 comments:

YorkshireKaren said...

So nice to hear from you Rosie, I hope the move has gone well and that very soon you'll start to feel at home. Your truth cards are great, and the truths on them resonated with me, too. That moon would be very overcrowded if we all had our wishes, wouldn't it?!

JaneH said...

Ooh, I like those Truth Cards. I hadn't seen those before and I'm feeling very inspired! Are they ATC size?

Doone said...

Aw babe, big hugs, soggy shoulders, now dry the tears and get creative with your storage, - get a hammock hang it from the ceiling and throw it all up there... such wasted space the ceiling don't you think?

the cards are beautiful,

dx

Sue said...

Good luck with settling in Rosie, I hope it starts to feel more like home very soon x

Linda said...

Glad to hear you're emerging from that pile of boxes!! Love all your truth cards.....I'm going to copy all those messages :-)
Is the guest room ready yet?
XX

Sandra Hall said...

Ah Rosie, welcome home! Lovely to hear from you :)
Concerning the storage probs - once you've had a little time in your new studio, you'll figure out where you can store all your art stuff - I had a chuckle at Doone's sugestion - not a bad idea! x