With framing stuff. At least for this year.
Really. I am.
This last batch took me about 2 months to put together after the frames had come in because, quite frankly, I think I'm exhausted with all the framing going on this year. lol (Doesn't stop me from getting a thrill seeing htem done up though!!)
What a treat to get this Drawn Thread one out of 'storage' - especially since I stitched in 1999!! I really love this piece and it looks fantastic up in my entryway.
Another piece, long buried in storage. Shepherd's Bush. I always panic over which frame to pick - it's sooooooooooooo much pressure, you know? I wasn't sure this one was going to work out but I took a chance on it and I love it now.
These are from this year so no pining away in storage for years and years for them!
If you see me getting twitchy to buy some more frames this year, please, FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, zap me in the ass with a cattle prod or something. (Nicely place kick will work, as well.) It's rapidly approaching 'clearly insane' levels. 0_o
Someone asked for an owl WITHOUT a witch's hat so this wee one was born:
Cutie-patootie! I think I may do some others up in additional colors. :)
Have a nice weekend, y'all! I'll be counting down the time until the newest Downton hits Sunday evening. It's nice to see I'm not the only person out there obsessed with this show. (Who ships for Mary/Matthew? I'm reduced to 13 year old ooey-gooey status over this storyline. *sigh*)
(As always, the frames are from Franken Frames. Yes, you too can afford custom framing. That distressed white one with the bees? $6. How can you resist those prices? I think it's been proven that *I* can not. lol)