Felt phone pouch with pocket.

A day in the studio.

I had a rostered day off work today after a horror couple of weeks with equipment breakdowns that have played havoc with our work schedule. I love a RDO ! Unlike a weekend it’s all MY time! I can share it with The Writer if I choose but he never takes it for granted that I’ll go for a walk or sit down for a long conversation over lunch, which is a good thing, since I always have a long list of stuff I want to do on my precious day off.

Today I got up early and put on some washing , showered,had a quick breakfast and checked my email. Then I had a fun morning making some little felt phone pouches. They’re quick and easy but I did have to change the cotton colour quite a lot! I’ll be popping them into my Etsy shop later on tonight. Then I hung out the washing ,which I have to admit I forgot about!

 

Then I started a large pastel painting for an upcoming charity exhibition and made a good start. I’m happy with the water and sky. The rocks are coming along well- although I may knock the colour back a little in some places. There’s going to be a lone seagull in flight when it’s finished but I haven’t got that far yet. The photo’s not the sharpest as the cat was purring round my legs when I took it with the tablet and there’s a bit of camera shake going on but I was just too darned busy to break the schedule and get out the camera on the tripod.

 

pastel painitng - rocks
Bay of Fires rocks – pastel painting

Around one thirty my stomach reminded me to take a minute out for lunch so I made a sandwiched and then headed back to the studio. I kept working on those rocks for the next couple of hours until the chill reminded me to get the washing in. A few domestic chores, a quick flit to the shop for some butter and a foray into the bush for the greenery that I need for tomorrow nights decorations for a mid winter feast and it was time to put dinner on.

While dinner cooked I cut out snowflake templates stuck them to empty jars and then spray painted  the jars  white . Once the template came off  I dropped in a tea light and voila! a safe and pretty candle for the table centers.

 

So by the time I would usually  be heading in the door from work I’d managed to tick off a fair bit from my “to do” list!

 

 

 

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2 thoughts on “A day in the studio.”

  1. I love the phone cases – wish I’d had one before …. I might have noticed the fact that I had left my iPhone slipped in the pocket in the seatback on my flight from Boston. Unfortunately I think it’s now my ex-iPhone 😦 RDO is an expression that I am adopting forthwith 🙂

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