My friends on face book are laughing about all the stories and pictures I've posted about "Mister Buster" my new kitten. He's grown about 2 inches since I got him on December 27th.
I'm exhausted, my house is a wreck, I'm constantly on guard for falling flowers, pictures and nick knacks. I have no idea where the pens are that were on my desk, my Chap Stick is missing and so are two of my crochet hooks. We had to put the butter up in a cupboard. I do not allow any animals on tables or counter tops, never have, never will and this little likes to test my patience. I think he has a higher IQ than I do, he's faster than I am and he can hide in places I can't get my hands in.
I yelled at him the other night and he hid under my desk. See the beads all over the floor, we had words about that.
He was hiding behind my DVD's in the printer cabinet. If I hadn't seen the little blue can moving, I wouldn't have known he was there.
He has a fascination for beads. I need to watch him constantly when he is in my studio.
Last night we were going to bed and I called him. No Answer. We looked for 25 minutes and finally found him in the closet in the wrapping paper. Don't know how he got in there, we don't leave those doors open.
This is Buster getting a bath. It took two of us. He was really good for a while and then he turned around and pushed the faucet off. I believe that will probably be the last cat bath. Took us two days to recover.
FAUX BONE TUTORIAL
I bought the Faux Bone Tutorial from my friend Lynda Moseley from her Etsy shop http://www.etsy.com/shop/SCDiva. It's incredible. She has done so much work and the information and pictures in the tutorial are very professional and comprehensive. Whether you are a seasoned polymer clay person or a new one, this tutorial gives you everything. I have almost all Lynda's tutorials and it boggles my mind how much information she shares and how much work she has put into them. This one is no exception. Lynda doesn't know I'm doing this but I wanted to give her a plug because she is one of most sharing and helpful and pay it forward people I've ever dealt with. Please visit her shop and see her beautiful work. I want to be like Lynda when I grow up :0).