Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Well that's a crock

It is, it really is a crock. I was on such a roll with my crafting and now it seems to have come to a halt.

What a crock I say again.

I did make a few quick little things Sunday night and hopefully that will have jump started my ambition again, We shall see.
The crock in the picture was a recent find at the thrift shop for $2.00

24 comments:

Debra Dickinson said...

I'm so confused... "crafting has come to a halt" vs. "made a few quick little things Sunday night"... Honey, if that's slowing down or stopping to you, I'm going backward! You are one of the busiest people at crafting I know. Even when your crafting comes to a halt, it doesn't stop! LOL.

I really do understand the frustration tho. Hang in there. Inspiration will return.

And I love the crock. What a find!

Jeanne Pursell said...

I agree with the comment above mine!! My crafting has been pretty much non-existent...just haven't had the time lately...too many things going on in my life. I had to look twice at the price of your crock...I thought it read $2 HUNDRED. Ha!

Duni said...

Can't wait to see the "little things" you made, Ann :)
I love that little crochet coaster underneath the crock pot!

crafty cat corner said...

I remember my Mum making wine in a crock. If I remember she used to float a piece of toast on the top ????
I wonder why, maybe somewon will know.
Good buy for $2.00, what do you think you'll use it for.
Briony
x

Marg said...

And that is the #1 Crock. That should inspire you to do something with it. Flowers would looks nice or a cute kitty sitting in it. All kinds of possiblities. Have a great day.

silverthoughts2 said...

I'm still amazed at how you can pick up these kind of things and create something completely new. I wouldn't know where to even start.

Catherine said...

Sometimes it's hard to stay in the 'crafting zone'. The mood has to strike you. Hopefully you will get your 'groove on' soon!

Cute crock!

xo Catherine

Donna said...

What a pretty pottery crock! And you can't beat the price!!!

Bossy Betty said...

You lucky girl! I love that crock!! (The photograph is fantastic too!)

Sandra said...

i love your title, read it and the post to hubby, he likes it to. if you are posting you are creating, so you are not stalled, just doing something different. love the crock, is it a big one or a tiny one, photo's lie you know.

Grace said...

That's a pretty thing - creativity - like every living thing - needs to rest to rejuvenate...

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

I LOVE CROCKS! The bigger the better. That is, except for when it comes time to move them.

Remington said...

Crocks are awesome! Beth and I have been looking for just the "right" one....yours is cool!

Sandee said...

I do the same thing with my reading. I'll read and read and read and then I can't even open a book for a spell. I wonder what happens? I don't know either.

Have a terrific day. My best to Duke. :)

SweetMarie said...

you go girl! love thrifting, great find!

BeadedTail said...

I thought that said you bought that crock for $200 not $2! I had to take a double look at it to see if it was made of gold! :)

Rose said...

Neat find! It's tough to find a balance for everything.

Chatty Crone said...

Ann you never stop permanently - you just take a little breather until the next idea pops into your mind.

Reeni Pisano said...

The crock looks old-fashioned! I like that. I hope inspiration hits again! The holidays are good for that.

Domestic Sweetheart said...

Great crock! I'm a new GFC follower :)
xo
www.domesticsweetheart.com

marie said...

I think your crafting pace has been excellent...and this particular photo is awesome.
Maybe you should use your photos in your creating. Make up some prim notecards with them to sell. Package them in sets tied up in raffia or twine. It'd be a cute little gift idea.

allotments4you said...

Great crock...I nearly choked on the price...until I realised there was a decimal between the 2 and the 0..lol

Dee said...

Beautiful photo of the crock...:)

Sharkbytes said...

The crock looks tiny!

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