Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Whatcha Working on Wednesday

Before I share with you what I am working on I have to show you this:
These are the stairs to the second story of our house there are 18 stairs in all and kind of steep . I was in the craft room reading blogs entering some contests for giveaways and such, Coco came in and was checking on coupons for this weeks sales. I went out to talk with E'lyse in the kitchen and wanted to go say hi to Talmage I go to the great room that is to the left of the staircase. He isn't there and all of the sudden it dawned on me I run over to the stairs and he is 3 stairs from the top. OH MY GOODNESS!!!! I am trying to be calm and get to him before he tries to turn around to see me and lose his balance. EEEK!!!!!!!!!!! Now I know why I didn't have a two story house till my kiddos were a little older. I think I shaved off a few years from my life.
So for Whatcha Working on Wednesday I am working on these:
Thanksgiving silhouettes. I cut out this morning I got the template off of Martha Stewart web site. I am also going to work on this:
This is going to be a Christmas sign. It is a piece of foam core board. I have wash and some cleaning, dinner and picking up kiddos, and a couple errands to work on today so I will post pictures later. I still need to recover from the sight of Talmage up there just smiling away at the top of the stairs. Good gravy that scared the tar out of me. Hugs, Bobbi Jo

4 comments:

Janel said...

Wow, you sure seem crafty!! I seem to have this idea that I can't o any projects until my house is clean, so....you can imagine why I have a heard tome getting to my projects! :D

I didn't realize E'lise was your daughter, that is cool! They did a great job!

Leisel said...

Its fun to hear stories about Talmage because Conway is the same age and into the same things! Luckily we dont have stairs.

Bob and Kristine Hipps said...

Oh,my! I've had that heart stopping experience before, but it always seems to involve at least some sort of tumble - usually my own. The grandkids seem to navigate those stairs better than I do! Love your blog - you have so many good ideas and lots of energy to tackle them. Good for you!

Tara said...

VERY cute crafts!! i love them!