27 May 2009

Life is.....

Life is a collection of moments....a patchwork of friends.

 

26 May 2009

Lots of good books on art quilting just arrived

If you are in a reading mood or looking for good ideas for the next project (handy as we are now in the second half of the year and a good time to start thinking of good projects to make and give away as presents for Christmas), we have several books just arrived on art quilting, embellishments for anything. Click on the book title for more information on each book and on how to purchase the item :






24 May 2009

Quilting, papercrafting and design ideas for inspired minds

We have two(2) new arrivals for this month - Click on the magazine titles to see more details and on how to purchase the item :

May/June 2009 Issue 24

Magazine dedicated to collage, mixed media and artistic discovery. Also covers assemblage, altered books, art dolls, visual art journals, rubber stamping, book arts....anything, perhaps everything you need to know about Fabric Art and Paper crafting...for beginners and experts.



April/May 2009 Issue 38



Fabric embellishing, crazy quilting, beading, silk ribbon work, the popular artist trading cards, punchneedle embroidery, fabric dyeing, or adorning quilts....everything on fabric art.

 


 

Can i be a farmer?

Have been very busy lately that I seem to spend less time in my garden...but I look and appreciate them everyday especially my frontyard since it is the first thing I see whenever I come home from work. I only see my backyard on weekends as it is difficult to see them in the dark. If I dont have even a small amount of time to tend my small garden then how much more if I were a farmer and everyone depended on my crops to survive. Sometimes I wonder what a farmer's life is.
I am in facebook and one day one of my friends in my list sent me a gift to start a farmtown in cyberspace. In the beginning I found it very hard to maintain and all my crops would die. Then I got into the routine of visiting my farm at least once a day, making sure that I got the right crops to grow and harvest them when ready, check on all my trees to make sure that everything is harvested, cleaned up my farm to make sure that they were all properly plowed and well-planned where to grow the crops and while doing all these chores I gained points as a farmer and rose up to higher levels. Through the points I gained I was able to put some fences on my farm, bought some trees and animals. My faithful farm friend also helped by sending me animal and tree gifts and I thank her for that. It has been a month now and am still enjoying my cyber-farming. I am saving enough money to buy more items for my farm and I hope to buy a shed soon. (Hey wait, this is just in cyberspace!)

I guess what I really mean to impart on this posting is that nothing is impossible to do. If you can organize yourself, set up priorities then difficult tasks become easier. And if your heart is on anything you do...enjoy and love doing it....the sky's the limit!

Note: I am now in level 11 talented farmer in my cyber farm town and still got a long way to go trying to catch up with my friend who is now on level 24.