Experiment of Ex LibrisDecember 19, 2006 at 11:15 am | Posted in All Finished Crafts, Craft - Inspirations, Craft - Misc | Leave a comment
The last week before Xmas probably means homework free week. We’ve got less and less people in the classes. Some people may have left the country for home. And I have more time for crafting now. 😀
An exercise book (schulheft) is one of my must-have’s in some classes so that I can find something interesting to do in case the class is not interesting. I prefer A5 exercise book with grids to A4/letter-size sketchbooks. The grids make me more comfortable. That may be a sign that I can’t never be an artist.
When the teacher of QA lectures started talking about no conceptional ideas but piles of statistical data, I pulled out my little exercise book again. 😛 Since I had very good rests during last weekend, my brain is working amazingly to get me some nice ideas. One of them is carried out immediately after I came home last night. It’s my first carved bookplate, which is inspired by Lisa Sue’s nice bookplate stamp last year.
I used the large half of eraser left from my stamp project back in August. The eraser came with a lovely paper cover, which is just the right size to protect my new bookplate stamp. 🙂
Since this bookplate implies “from the library of TC”, I tried to stamp on Hubby’s thigh with this stamp last night. He complained about the color, which looks like some other stamps…… 🙂
As for the Xmas party many people concerned, it was very fun. It was amazing that Noam’s Cabin can hold so many people. Well, it would be even more fun if I can go home with the lovely lovely paw slippers from Pierre.:-( I got a DVD of a German film in the gift exchange. Unfortunately, we don’t have a DVD player. Michael is so kind to exchange his nice beatles calendar with me. It’s hanged in our living room right now. Thanks, Michale. 😉