Well. You’re lucky. I managed to find time in between hauling buckets of sap into the house and scrubbing maple syrup off of every surface of my kitchen, myself and my cats to do my Tea Towel drawing.
And by tea towel drawing I don’t mean a pencil sketch, I mean, drawing for the 5 most recent winners of the tea towels I’ve made. And by made I mean silkscreened and then folded up with a ribbon. And by ribbon I mean silky stuff that you tie around things to make it look more impressive and attractive. Attractive, as in “pleasing to the eye”. Eyeball. Not the eye of a needle.
(I recently got an email from a reader who thought my writing was confusing. I’m trying to make a point of being clearer.)
SO! As I was saying, I’m giving away 5 tea towels and I am pleased to make the announcement. Just not yet.
First I want t…. HEY!!! STOP SCROLLING DOWN TO SEE IF YOU’RE NAME IS THERE YOU ASSHEAD! Just hold on a second. I have a very short, tea towel related story I wanted to share with you.
Tea Towels – A Short Story by Karen
Tea Towels. They are functional and sometimes pretty. I like tea towels.
O.K. Was that so hard? Onto the winners.
Congratulations, and thanks for being a part of the Art of Doing Stuff’s 2 year anniversary. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to claim your tea towel. (apparently The Art of Doing Stuff has an inordinate amount of readers with names that start with M.)
I couldn’t have done it without you and I thank you from the bottom of my Art.