Haven't had much time for crafting since the oven mitt, but I did make a little shrinky dink pin for a student. It cracks me up the way he adopts phrases he sees and hears into his everyday speech. Most recently he says "dad-dad-daddy-o" like Michael J. Fox in Back to the Future. Before that, it was "Great Scott!" and "Doing the most good"--the Salvation Army slogan, which is what's on the pin. He just soaks up all the language around him; I wish I could be such a good foreign language student!
I came across a piece I had already shrunk, but never used, so I strung it on some thread thinking I could wear it today. In the process of photographing it, though, it fell apart. Oh well, I still like the colors --it's a photo I printed onto the shrinky dink paper. You don't need the special printer shrinky dink paper--just select 'transparency film' as your paper type in print properties, and it won't come out too inky. Sorry about the quality of the photo--this was the best I could get.
Since I've seen lots of pet photos in blogland lately, my bud can't be left out. Meet Kobe [KObay].Oh, and I saw an inventive idea for storing fabric on craftster. This is something I've been trying to figure out lately. Any other ideas for organizing and storing lots of fabric--all different size pieces?