Thursday, 7 October 2010

my creative space...

I haven't set foot in my studio in over two weeks! Two weeks! I'm having some serious withdrawals.
We've had lots of wonderful guests staying up here on the hill lately, which has inspired me to create this poster.
Most of our visitors are happy to chill out & take it easy, but I know of a few who just can't turn down the pace. They get all agitated & are always looking for something to do. I'm not referring to any of our recent visitors, their relaxed ways just got me thinking.
I'm going to get this printed & framed for our loungeroom. So when in need of something to do, future guests can just consult the poster. Subtle, aren't I?
If you would like a copy for your place, leave me a comment & I'll email you it to you in pdf format.
Since I can't get out to the studio, all my creations have been happening on the computer. I'm having lots of fun designing posters & stationery, but I do long to sew something.
Maybe next week, I'll have something more tactile to share.
Til then, pop over to Kirsty's for a long list of creative spaces.

10 comments:

lady bird said...

brilliant idea, now thats a to-do list I would love to tick off x

pen said...

perhaps you should make it into an embroidered sampler..... oh dear something else to do.....

Christina said...

Sounds like my perfect to do list as well. Much better than the - clean kitchen, mop floor, clean mirrors - kind of list I have at the moment for the open house! :)

Kate said...

I love it!
I also love the embroidery sampler idea.
I hope you and your boys are happy.

Sarah said...

It's fab! Sometimes simple words can be so creative and inspiring. x

Jaclyn said...

such a great idea and perfect for your guests!

Running Thread said...

What a lovely list. I feel relaxed just reading it!

cityhippyfarmgirl said...

Perfect. Sometimes a reminder is needed.

Drewzel said...

oh i love the poster so! and it would look awesome embroidered.
may i have a copy please - email : drewzel@rocketmail.com

Alas, I have no chooks to feed.

Megan said...

perfect print for a country home. maybe you should make a kids version as well? i'm sure that'd be popular with a lot of parents who've just heard "i'm boooored" on repeat over the school holidays