No I did not spend my family-free days in front of the telly eating goodies. Only. I did get some serious work done too. 40+ finished pouches, yay! I had forgotten how much you can get done in one day without interruptions. The giggling owl here is the new member of the pouch zoo. I thought I told him not to taste that mushroom... I used one of the cute ribbons I got from Farbenmix last week. I also used some cool vintage fabric samples that I got a thrift store a few months back. I think the fabric this one got for back goes very well together with the state of mind of this birdy... See it in the shop.

Talking about mushrooms, lucyellen has made one of the cutest I've ever seen made from fabric, here. The weather is just right for mushrooms, it's pouring down so we've spent our time building a lego zoo and drawing. What do you do with the kids when it's raining?


Apryl said...

I love, love, love that owl and the mushroom on his head... silly owl... you have been a very busy bee getting all that stack of pouchs made. Fabulous work! I'm saving my crafting pennies up to have a splurge in your etsy shop!

karen said...

as I said on flickr....I am so impressed. You did good!

isabel f. said...

Hi Kajsa,
I love your blog and have left an award for you on at my blog post:
Thanks so much for sharing what you do.
smiles :D
Isabel F.

monda-loves said...

40+ pouches in one day. You much have worked like a machine! I'm totally impressed. The little owl is lovely too.


Lesley said...

Wow, you've been so busy!!

Your pouches look great and I love your owl :)


septemberbird said...

Thank you Kajsa for mentioning me and linking to my little mushroom ! I love following your creative life :0)

upstateLisa said...

I loooooove the owl/mushroom pouch! How very clever!

annax said...

Only just recently discovered you, and my goodness, what a joy! I will be back often :)
Have a lovely day!
:), Annax

sunnie_fairy said...

cute! cute cute cute