Last week so many kind people left all sorts of brilliant comments about storage and alternatives to working in competition with the pepper and salt pots - even using the salt for dying and painting - if you can't beat the condiments, add them to your craft! My favourite idea was from Australia and called Buffet and Hutch! For now I'm going to have to make do with clearing away each day, as there is hardly room to rest a pin anywhere in the house at the moment. My dream is my very own playhouse, a little like Darnell's. I can't use our tiny conservatory, as it's full of kitchen stuff! Anyway, here is my table today! I'm trying not to get out too much stuff, as clearing up today is going be quite a challenge; but I'm going to have to get out my Fresco paints in a minute and then ...!
There's some masking tape because I'm making Washi tape. First Dianne, my magpie cousin made some beautiful tapes and then Darcy over at Paper Artsy made some lovely ones too for the PA Challenge and I have to give it a go! I'm been working on a little puppet booth, which you can see resting on blank pages in my journal! I may add the toadstool and the playing cards to an assemblage including Mr P. Here is a detail of Mr Punch in his little house.
Next week I hope I shall be able to show you what I did with him! I am determined to craft on, whatever happens in the kitchen; but this makeover is slowing everything down so I'm not sure how far I'll get with anything! I hope I shall be able to see as many work-benches as possible today, as I have come to need my shot of WOYWW! Meanwhile, have a lovely, creative week; thanks so much for stopping by the chaos and look out for green, fairy-crafted fridges, home-made Washi tape (but probably nowhere to store it) and The Adventures of Mr Punch - here next week! Fingers crossed for all those things!