My Gocco has been sitting in the corner winking at me since I picked it up from customs. The pressure of using my precious supplies for something worthwhile has been tormenting me so much that I could not think of any ideas at all. So I decided to hell with it. I would just dive in and use a screen to get over my nerves.
These little chappies have been hanging around in my notebook for a while now. I used a couple of them for the Easter Fabric Book. So I scanned them into the computer, touched them up a little bit and printed them off.
Hanna and me whizzed down to the photocopier shop and made a carbon copy. And gave me a mini heart attack. She is so little and quick on her feet I thought she had made a run for it out of the shop when she was just hiding around the corner of the machine.
The gocco part of the process was actually relatively easy! And very satisfying when you see the flash of light and hear the crack of the lightbulbs! It is a shame it is over so quickly.
Next I chased Hanna around the sitting room until she was good and tired. Then naptime! Or rather print time for me!
It felt great to do some printing again! Now I have to think what to do with them. They are about 10cm square. I was thinking of making a wonky star quilt with these at the centre. But that feels wrong somehow as that pattern is really all about the Australian Bushfires. So does anyone have any suggestions?