The Ridler sisters, Suzie, Jamie and Shannon, discuss their creative projects, from challenges to celebrations, and support each other's creative lives.

Friday, November 6, 2015

November 6, 2015


Yesterday I spent the last afternoon and evening starting to compile the collage packages for the BtS giveaway. It was so wonderful to put these together. As I started laying out the images they fell almost like tarot cards. I started to notice trends in each pile or the way that one image fell beside another. I hope that the women who receive them feel the magic too and that the images in these envelopes take them on a journey.


This time when I was out kicking fall leaves as I walked around, I *did* remember to take a picture! Not that you could tell it was fall by the weather, at it reached 20C.


I have been looking for motivation to get back into crocheting and Reg having an owl familiar named "Bear" did it. He isn't quite done, I still need to make his feet but he is getting there. I didn't think either one of us was going to make D&D but Reg got home early and I finally woke up from a nap and we did it! Got some very nice compliments on the little guy too.


Jamie Ridler Studios said...

What fun, Shannon! Talk about an idyllic fall day. I'm so glad that you got out to enjoy it!

Bear is fabulous, Suzie! What a wonderful familiar - infused with Suzie creative magic! I'm so glad that he was able to join you all at D&D!

Suzie Ridler said...

Oh I bet they will all be blown away by your magic Jamie!!! :)

20C?! That's crazy!!! Although I am glad that you got to get that kicking-leaves photo you've been wanting.

Thank you Jamie! I still need to crochet him talons. :)

Shannon said...

That is so awesome that the packages sound like they began to take on a life of their own and fell in place together. So cool! I am sure all of the women that get them will love them. It's such a great idea and what a wonderful way to share. And OMG, the kitten silhouette in the background is so adorable.

That is an awesome owl familiar Suzie! And so fun to bring it to gaming too. I'm not surprized everyone enjoyed it. Way to work getting back into crocheting :)