Thursday, September 3, 2009

My Creative Space Thursday

I did have a lovely updated picture of my Quilt block, but I left my camera at home so you'll just have to check back tomorrow for a peek!!

Brown Owls was a complete classic last night - Amy from Badskirt has done a little write up here. I'll be taking orders for the "boob light" soon*


So now the only thing I can post about for my creative space this week is my cleaned out garage. It doesn't LOOK cleaned out, but it is compared to this pic. Most of the items I had up for grabs went out on council clean up as no-one really wanted them. But then most of the stuff was swiped from council clean up, so least it went to someones home!
*ok, so I won't REALLY be taking orders. You can purchase this dinky little light from Borders. I will however start charging people royalties if they decided to use their cleavage as a stabilizer / holder for the light ;)

9 comments:

Amanda said...

Love the boob light :P and job well done on the clean-up...It's always nice to gain a little space to clutter up again with new stuff :)

Kylie said...

Great idea! But what about us flat-chesters?! Gotta love brooches I say! ;) We always put our 'unwanteds' out on the footpath and they ALWAYS disappear within 24 hours - it's amazing, isn't it?!
K x

Kate said...

It is a great idea. Looks like it shines at the perfect angle.

Kirsty said...

Love the boob light!

Pippi creates said...

What a laugh - a boob light! Looks like the garage certainly holds plenty of treasures... ;)

Gina said...

Boob light, hilarious - I think I'd find the girls would cast a bit of a shadow though. LOL!!

june at noon said...

Totally have my own boob light. This week my kids have had rough nights, and I found myself doing a lot of embroidery in a dark room by light of my book light. Great minds, you know....

PottyMouthMama said...

Love the boob light, what version are you selling to those of us who are less well endowed (damn it)?

That garage is WILD! You have done very well by comparison, small steps, so true!

Teresa p said...

Aah, if only my cleavage would hold the light. Great idea, though. I've seen a little clip on light in a knitting catalog I think I'll have to get.