Delurking

I know that national delurking week was a several weeks ago but I'd like to declare a delurking week on my blog since it's still January. I loved the fact that through the comments that I got from some of you on my previous post (wasn't that great?!) I was able to 'meet' new people that I didn't know. I don't post very many comments myself so I understand the hesitation but I would love to get to know a little more about everyone that visits here. I don't bite. I promise and I love, love, comments. They are all truly appreciated. All you have to do is say hello! :)

I don't have an actual 'about me' page here but you can take a peek at the one I created today for Crafty Synergy which is celebrating it's first year of existence today. Yeah!


This is a little something I started yesterday. I went to a local art store and bought this balsa wood just because it looked really nice. I didn't know what I was going to do with it. But now I do. I'll keep you posted.

13 comments:

  1. I am both intrigued and amazed by all the tiny cutting you do. I wish I had the hand-eye coordination ... or didn't have the fear of sharp things taking my fingers off!

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  2. I'm always reading but not always posting comments :D

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  3. I don't think I've commented here before, but I wanted to delurk and say hello. :) I just started reading A Little Hut, and love it! Can't wait to see what the balsa becomes... its looking very intriguing! :)

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  4. hello! i'm stella, and i'm an intermediate knitter, a novice seamstress, and just barely getting into lino cuts, making my own stencils, other block printing, etc. your work serves as excellent inspiration -- i especially love your tree designs.

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  5. Hi, I've commented before, so I'm not technically a lurker, but just wanted to throw my hat in... I really enjoy reading your blog...
    I haven't done lino cuts since I was in sixth grade... I think... I've carried all my tools with me through numerous moves because I've always wanted to crack it open again! Your inspiring posts have me thinking alot more often about it... ;)

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  6. Hi, I'm kat. I'm a graphic designer. I have my own studio + work out of the house. Some days, I go an entire day without talking to an adult or leaving the house... which can really dampen your creativity. I find jumping online + visiting blogs an easy way to find some inspiration + motivation.

    I really appreciate your blog – your projects are interesting + creative! thanks for the inspiration.

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  7. Hello, Delurking here..I have been reading your blog for sometime. Really enjoy it, you are SO very talented. :-)

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  8. Greetings from Paris!

    Just thought I would drop in to say hello (and delurk)! Your blog is fabulous especially your passion for 'creating' and your beautiful photos. Just lovely!

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  9. i lurk!!! your work is incredible!!

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  10. I'm de-lurking! :o) I found your blog when I was searching for block printing blogs to read. I do a bit of soft-block carving. Your stuff is amazing... You are so creative! :o)

    Promise I'll post more. :o)

    Jen

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  11. I'm just popping in here to say that I love getting all your comments and welcome to those here for the first time! Blogger doesn't give me the ability to answer each comment directly but I promise I'm reading and appreciating everything!! :) Thanks!

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  12. Hi, I'm Robyn from South Africa. I have only just discovered A little hut in the past month and am reading through the archives from the very first post and throughly enjoying it. I sculpt in wood so anything about wood intrigues me. The balsa wood pictures are beautiful (I have already snuck into the gallery to look at them)

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  13. I'm here! I follow you. Love the great 'eye candy'!

    Sarah

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