Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Don't do as I do...

Hi everyone...the roof is still intact and apart from a few hours of no Internet yesterday...it looks like we've survived Storm Henry and you'll be pleased to know I won't be boring you this morning with another sneaky peek. I'm off on a little shopping trip to source more thick materials for the next round of Fiskars Sample Projects but before I go a word of advice...
DON'T DO AS I DO...DO AS I SAY...
for goodness sake...take care when changing the blade on your trimmer...
because that little blighter is extra sharp.
Take care and stay safe...see you all tomorrow
Hugs Kath xxx

17 comments:

Jane Willis said...

Ouch. hope you are OK, and more importantly, I hope you didn't get any blood on your lovely art!
Jane

misteejay said...

Yike!!! Hope the damage wasn't too painful.
Have a lovely shopping trip.
Toni xx

Stamps and Paper said...

Ouch that's looks painful Kath...enjoy your shopping trip

Anne

Sammy said...

Ouch! I've been saying for ages that this crafting malarky is a dangerous business. have a lovely day. x

Rita said...

Ooooh. Ahhhhh, I bet you felt it to. Looking forward to seeing your new makes Kath. I'm still plodding along along here, and like you we had it hard here in the west while Henry drove us mad. The sea was the worst I've seen in many a year. Enjoy your shopping. Hugs Rita xxxx

Jan Moss said...

Ouch!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Enjoy your shopping trip.Hugs. Jan.x

Janette said...

In the wars again Kath, oh dear, hope it's not to sore...have a good day out having a little spend, take care in this crazy freaky weather though...xx

Ribbon Girl said...

oh dear, hope the cut heals up soon - I'm a dab hand at dribbling molten glue from the glue gun :-( Mary x

butterfly said...

Oh no, Kath - you are in the wars. Who knew crafting was a danger sport?! Hope it all heals up nice and quickly.
Alison x

Bejay Roles said...

Crikey!!! I'm beginning to think it might be safer to buy a box of scalpel blades and a handle. I hope the cut isn't too deep, Kath and that it doesn't stop your wonderful crafting. Good luck on the shopping hunt for thick materials :)
Bejay x

Ann said...

Oh no Kath - more war wounds!! Hope it heals quickly. Have fun on your shopping trip :D xxx

Lee said...

Hi Kath,glad to hear you and the Cubbyhole crew are all ok and your house is still standing.Ouch,those blades sure are shaaarp but you are tough,do hope it heals ok so you can carry on with your wonderful creations.Happy Shopping.Hugs to you and Big Cuddles for Buddy.xxx

Soraya said...

You must wear this injury with pride. That's the type of risk we have to deal with for being crafters. Hugs

Soraya said...

You must wear this injury with pride. That's the type of risk we have to deal with for being crafters. Hugs

Redanne said...

What everyone else has already said - and hope it heals soon! Hugs, Anne xx

Veronica Reynolds said...

Owwey, hope it didn't hurt too much.

Deb~Paxton Valley Folk Art said...

Oh ouch Kath, that looks painful! Glad to here Henry didn't cause any damage and hope you had a successful shopping trip! Deb xo

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