Friday, September 22, 2017

Holy...Moly

Hi folks...you know when you've been looking forward to something for so long and then suddenly...holy moly it's nearly time for my exciting trip and that's the reason I've been a bad blogger this week...I've been busy busy/all systems go having fun working my way through this bundle of gorgeous red rubber...
and planning projects with Tim's new Holiday Idea-ology...isn't it gorgeous...
tough job but hey someone has to do it...who am I kidding...this is real kid in a sweetie shop stuff...
but busy busy means MESS and this week's cubbyhole clean up challenge required drastic measures...just in case you didn't know...the CEO of the cubbyhole (ME) also doubles up as chief cook/bottle washer and CLEANER and I had a real task on my hands to rid the floor of loads of pesky Distress Paint splatters.  We all know that Distress Paint is permanent when dry and I've just discovered...is oblivious to the power of the steam cleaner so it was time to fall back on the old trusty BRILLO PAD and a basin of hot soapy suds...
an old fashioned "down on my hands and knees" scrubbing session did the trick before I turned my attention to the cubbyhole stool...blimey who knew these little blighters could travel so far...
and now that the cubbyhole is looking spick and span...it's my turn for a hose down...WOOHOO IT'S NEARLY TIME for my fun adventure in Harrogate this weekend with Tim, Mario and lots of crafty friends and that brillo pad may come in handy to clean up the grungy inky painty "Tim Holtz/Stampers Anonymous" nails because strangely both my trusty scrubbies have suddenly disappeared without a trace.
Have a great weekend whatever you have planned and I'll see you all on Monday with my DT project for Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge.
Toodle-oo for now
Hugs Kath xxx

9 comments:

Jane Willis said...

I must try a brillo pad on my hands! Have a wonderful time in Harrogate, can't wait to see the pics
Jane

Carol D said...

Hi Kath,
Amazing what a bit of elbow can do. Have a fabulous time with Tim and Mario. X

Redanne said...

What a wonderful box of crafty gorgeousness and I am totally in love with the tartan papers, Christmas cards this year are going to be fun to make! Well done for getting all those flicks of paint up! Only one more sleep, I am just so excited, not sure I will sleep tonight.... see you real soon my friend!!! Hugs, Anne xxx

Janette said...

Oh Kath I love the look of those papers, lushness....Have a wonderful weekend and say hi from Blackpool will you....haha....Have fun....xx

Sandra H said...

Looks like lots of fun to be had with your gorgeous stamps and papers can not wait to see what you create .......enjoy your time away xx

Linda Simpson said...

WOW you have been a busy bee! I am so excited for tomorrow's workshop as I know you will be too. Have an amazing time and I am sure Tim and Mario are looking forward to seeing you too.
Hugs
Linda xxx

Lee said...

Oh wow,love those goodies,you will make some fab creations with them,I know it.But,"A Brillo Pad" "On the FLOOR".Hope all well with the family and Big Furry Boy.I am away next Thursday visiting my Mum,so wont be able to comment for a while.Huge Hugs and Cuddle for Buddy.xxxx ps.forgot to say have a Great Time with Tim and Mario.

Lucy said...

I hope you had a great time at the Creative Chemistry Course. I bet it was a blast. I can't wait to hear reports on the classes.

Annie said...

Hope you had the most fabulous time in Harrogate and managed a tea at Betty's Tearoom. I look forward to viewing your makes and seeing the photos

Sending my best wishes
Annie xx

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