Saturday, February 6, 2010

Still Learning & a Question

Okay, my super duper "dream" idea didn't work out like I thought. Hmph...
Well, live and learn, right? It was going to be like a "fabric/lantern looking basket" to hang and hold my baby girl's hair accessories. Maybe if I can get the kinks all worked out I'll try again later.

You know, I'm still working on being the super crafty-domestic wife and mommy, that has super great ideas. Like you I'm sure! And all the fun crafty ladies I follow (like Jennifer :). No worries, I still have many projects lined up. More ideas will come to me later when I need them, I'm sure.
Right now I'm going to start on my next project go to bed and get some rest before an early church tomorrow. Maybe I'll start on something tomorrow afternoon, since I have the whole day.
QUESTION: How do you feel about working on crafty projects on Sunday? They are very relaxing to me, and help me think clearly, but they're fun too. So is it a good spiritual relaxation, or is it recreation?
What do you think?


  1. I dunno, I struggle with the same question. If you figure it out let me know!~ lol

  2. Where is your heart in all of it when you are crafting? I think that is the main question you should be asking... Is it work? No- it's fun. Is it a gift/donation or for money? It's kind of like- is it okay to scrapbook on sunday? I think that's okay because it's just another form of documenting family history. However, to each his own I guess.

  3. If I had not been so tired, I totally would have done a little crafting today. I'm not going to sand a book case or anything, but painting, a little sowing, it is PURE relaxation for me!

  4. I don't usually craft on Sundays, it's usually my me time thing when I'm alone during the week and the kids are at school. It's actually a selfish thing, because my kids will want to get in on the action and I usually want my projects to be all MINE! ;)


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