Last Minute Pizazz: A True Story
December 23, 2010 § 2 Comments
Here’s a true story, boys and girls: 99.9% of my creative impulses take place in the middle of the night, at the last minute, when I should be doing something else.
I was wrapping my gift for my office Secret Santa and thought ‘hm…this package really needs something.’ I mean, look at it! Something is definitely lacking here:
Anyone who says otherwise is clearly sane, and therefore an unreliable opinion.
I formed loops with my ribbon, adding a dab of glue to the center each time to hold the ribbon in place:
Then when I had four ‘petals’ I put a dollop of glue in the center and added a shiny red button
(there may have been a daring post-midnight raid on a button jar first. No idea whose jar–my mother’s? my sister’s? Either way, the jar was left unguarded and vulnerable, and the two buttons that were the slowest and least agile and which also happened to be red were culled from the herd)
A little rolled-up tape, and voila! So much better!
And What was in the packages? Candy, a chocolate orange, a book of the hardest Sudoku puzzles that I could find, and a knitted snowflake: