Almost time to get ready for the 10:00 yoga class, but it is such a beautiful morning, I've been reluctant to come in from the garden.
Yesterday, however, I also indulged in the messiness of more papier mache and experiments with armature. Oh, and needle-sculpting cloth heads, which was a mixed success.
:) Most of what I do is a mixed success. Experimenting, experimenting, experimenting...
I love having "a room of my own" (kudos Virginia), even though I spread to the rest of the house at times. My little studio up the stairs is a haven for playing and experimenting with all of my projects.
ACey had an interesting post about inventorying and hoarding. Loved this line about those who are able to keep their possessions to a minimum, "Let it be known that If I were that sort of person I'm sure I'd be the biggest everything-I-own-fits-inside-a-single-thimble zealot around." But ACey is definitely not the sort who can fit her treasures in a single thimble.
The post speaks to me because I, too, have all kinds of little treasures that are perfectly useless, unappreciated, and unimportant to anyone but me!
Are you a collector? Of fabric, ephemera, embellishments, art, quilts, etc.? How does your collection grow? Do you inventory?