Saturday, May 15, 2010

Crazy for Alice

Its been a cold one today! Winter is definately setting in. My dear daughter offered to light the fire for me this morning and got a raging warm one going. I can see it burning away in the fireplace as I type. Nothing like a blazing open fire on a freezing cold day/night. Makes one feel lazy and sleepy though, when you're not fighting for a piece of it between 6 kids and two cats who park themselves in front of it. No matter how many times I say don't stand in front of the fire they always seem to hover in front of it. It's like the fire has its own gravitational pull!
The cats enjoyed being inside and Pugsly (the worlds biggest sook) lapped it up big time!

Ahhhh...he has no shame.

I do love these cold and wet days for crafting though. No need to feel guilty for not cleaning the yard or weeding...can't do it when its wet! That's my excuse and I'm sticking to it lol.
I managed to get the first block for my Alice quilt done today. I'm pleased with how it came out. Looking forward to making up more blocks. I need to purchase some more though ;)

I got the prints from a fellow blogger who makes some gorgeous stuff herself. I've purchased prints before on ebay from other sites and some ran disasterously when rinsed before heat setting. These are the best I have found yet. No run at all! I wont purchase from anyone else in future. And most importantly they are just gorgeous.

And before I forget I made the little White Rabbit who is also in the photo above from a pattern featured in Homespun magazine by the talented couple at I am working on the little Alice doll that goes with the rabbit as well. My baby girl will have a whole Alice in Wonderland theme in her bedroom and if she doesn't like them when she's older...then I score the loot.
I also have a lovely new picture of Danae the Rose Elf posing sweetly in the garden for her cover shot of the pattern that will be available for purchase next week. Just playing around with the layout for the cover and proof reading and she'll be ready to print and take over the world!

She will also be joined by some Wickedly Divine friends in the very near future. They can all join Alice and have a great big Mad Hatter's tea party.


J.Rae's Shabby Cottage Designs said...

Hi Sweetie, Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving me a blog comment. I do not mind at all that you mentioned me in your blog! Thank you so much! The way to make the link "live" is when you do the new post at the top near the same place that you add photos is a thing to let you add the link to make it actually work. It is on the left of the little pic adding thingy(technical term...LOL) it simply says "link". When you click on that it will bring up a box for the web address you want to add.
I just recently discovered this myself after 2 years of blogging. Hope my instructions are understandable and that it helps you! Have a wonderful day! Hugs, Julie
P.S. I would love to add images of your Alice Creations to my blog if that is okay with you???

robynart said...

Hi Shelley, what an amazing little elf you've created you're one talented lady!!Thanks for following me. It's nice to meet another Aussie blogger. Look forward to viewing more of your beautiful creations. Hugs Robyn xxx

Wickedly Divine Creations said...

Ha ha Thingy, thingamybob, whadayacallit, whatchamadoodle...all technical terms in this house lol
Thanks I'll know what to do next time :)
and thanks Robyn for the nice comments. I look forward to seeing more of your gorgeous creations too xo

Carol Lawecki said...

Thanks for dropping by my blog. It's fun to blog surf. Your Alice in Wonderland quilt block is really nice. I'll have to check back and see the rest of the design for your Alice creations. And Danae the Rose Elf is ADORABlE!! Have a great day!

Wickedly Divine Creations said...

Thanks Carol. I became a follower of your blog so I can check out all your latest designs. That way I wont miss out. Lots of talented people out there. Blogging is my new addiction :) You have a great day too!