Wednesday, May 29, 2013

It's hip to be square.....

Okay...okay...I am dating myself but I have this Huey Lewis and the News song going through my head as I write this blog post. Do you remember Hip to be Square? Way back in 1986?

"You might think I'm crazy, but I don't even care
Because I can tell what's going on

It's hip to be square,
It's hip to be square......"


But then what better music to share my latest update on my printer's tray? *grins*


I love home so I filled these squares with a heart, home sweet home, my sweet kitty Dagi and flowers for my garden.


Now I have a start on the nest four squares with a thimble. I have to decide on the next designs to use. Yep...it IS hip to be square.

Heidi

14 comments:

  1. Now that is just coming right along. That kitty is just too cute. That sections suits you to a T.
    Can't wait to see what comes next.
    Love you, Mom

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  2. I love the newest additions to your printer's tray! This is such a fun project.

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  3. So lovely, your new additions to the tray. Everything looks as if coming from a sibgle pattern just made for your tray.

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  4. Oh my, I do remember that song too :-) Heidi, your squares are gorgeous! Lovely patterns and together it's so special.
    Keep on being hip!
    groetjes,
    Jolande

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  5. Heidi, this is really cute! Are you going to fill all the squares or leave the odd one open?

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  6. Love Huey Lewis and love your squares. This is a great project.

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  7. Loved that song! Love your project too! You have such talent, Heidi!!!! Kitty Kisses for sweet Dagi

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  8. Oh Heidi, wat zijn ze leuk, vooral dat hartje staat heel gezellig.
    Woensdag kan ik ze zelf bekijken, nog leuker.

    Dikke hug, Bep.

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  9. What lovely handywork! How are you attaching them?

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  10. Heidi, you will not believe this, but several months ago told my printer trays they surely need a "redo" and the thought of cross stitching miniatures just as you have, came to mind. Sadly this never materialized - thrills me that you have done my very thought...whoa...from Texas to Holland is a long ways for an idea to travel. Great minds do think alike!

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