I'm on my way to London today, very early, for a meeting so I've stamped up some images to sit and cut out on the train :) I'm in love with theses cogs and gears from Jennie's time series. You'll find them over on the Artistic Stamper.
I'll also be playing with my new smartphone - hee, hee, hee :)
i love these stamped images.....your artwork is fabulous, and i know you'll find lots of really cool things to do with them!! i wish i were on the train to london with you.....oh how i love that city!!! enjoy your trip! xox, :))ReplyDelete
OH---is that how you do it? Stamp all at once??? LOVE that idea. I always paper piece with different colors, so I have to stamp and stamp and stamp. I might have to start a pile of my fav images in different colors! LOVE it:) Have fun in London!ReplyDelete
Great images and HAVE FUN :)ReplyDelete
what a great way to spend time on the train!ReplyDelete
Forgot to let you know that the Beads Up North is on this Sunday @ Haydock Park 10 until 4; pay on the door.
Great images to play with on your journey; enjoy your new smartphone... have you joined in the iPhone set lol :-)
Great images, will pass the time on the train.ReplyDelete
Love the stamped images, very organised stamping images to cut on the train and a new phone too, you will have a fun trip LOL. Have a good day in London. Tracy Evans xReplyDelete
LOL Love that even on the train you are multi-tasking! Good on you!ReplyDelete
ooh I recognised those images! lol.. I take book to read on the train.. all peace and quiet.. do you twitter btw?ReplyDelete
Have a great day
Love the stamped images hun :0)ReplyDelete
*hugs* Heather x
Lovely Images Sarah, bet you were the happiest person on the train lol. Joey.xReplyDelete
That means you have to be organised to stamp them in the first place ready to take with you........that's too organised for me!ReplyDelete
Hope you had a good day in London - I was up early too but going in the opposite direction to Swansea.
Good news though - that job I was telling you about at the workshop.....I got it!!!! :-) Not sure when I'm going to be starting but it'll be the end of stress and more "play time"!!! YAY!!!
Love the images ,hope you managed to get them cut on your way,the train not too jerky.ReplyDelete
lots of lovely images, will make your journey go quick, have great day, sue,x
Great idea. I remember watching someone sewing together a cushion on a train once. She looked so peaceful in amongst the grumpy commuters :PReplyDelete
I can't remember the last time I was on a train...I think there was a lot of steam! Great way to spend the time, those stamped images are fabulousReplyDelete
Have a great WOYWW!
Love the stamped images and a great use of your time while on the train.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing
Crafting on a train...how fab. Hope the meeting went well.ReplyDelete
What a fab way to use the time on a train!ReplyDelete
Love the stamps.
Sounds like a great idea to fill up the time on a long train journey. Hope we get to see what you make with this.ReplyDelete
What a great idea to pass time in the train. I mostly read a book :) But I don't ride trains that often too LOLReplyDelete
Have a nice day!
** Evi **
I do that too- bring a "torture kit" with me whenever I'm going to spend some idle time. Then i'll have all this stuff to play with!ReplyDelete
Love the images you are cutting out ...interesting to see what you use them for....I adore cogs and clock faces tooReplyDelete
I wanna smartphone... like one of those IPhone jobbies...then I can Witter and FaceSpace and do App's... see, I know the lingo already LOLReplyDelete
Soz am late visiting... got here eventually..hope the meeting went well x
Hi Sarah, that's a good way to pass the time. I bet you get some funny looks though ;-)ReplyDelete
Please hurry back so we can see what you do with all those pieces. Although I think you'll play with your phone and totally forget about the cutting out.....hope the meeting went OK.ReplyDelete
Hi Sarah thanks for popping by the blogg. Hope you get to come over and play sometime at my studio would love to catch up with you. Its been a long time.ReplyDelete
sorry late visiting - lovely stamped images love your art - following you now ;o)ReplyDelete
What dedication...cutting out on the train!ReplyDelete