Shopping and Wrapping and snow on car, it's the most Busiest time of the Year!
I've also been making ornaments and trying to finish UFO's to round out the Yule gifts. The sheep ornaments are to cute for words, and came out so well that later I'm going to put up a step-by-step tutorial.
Sheeps in Space. It's a sheepy constellation.
Baa, a whole sheepy galaxy.
Ok, so the light from the chandelier doesn't help a whole lot.
But aren't they cute with there little roving faces and their little roving tails and their wild arse colors.
I like me some Bright colors in the winter. For those of you unfamiliar with the great Pacific North West, especially the Puget Sound region, we don't actually get to see the sun for six months of the year. I doesn't rain the whole time, despite popular media myth, but it's overcast and gray. From October to April the Puget Sound is a big bowl of storm clouds, drizzle and fog. The only color we get out of nature is the green from the trees, if you can see them. It also gets dark at about 4:00 pm and doesn't get light until 8:00 am. I drive to work in the dark. I drive home in the dark. I combat this with bright screaming color.
And chocolate. And wool. And technocolor sheeps.
Tomorrow, or later today, the Saga of Quinn's Sweater...