Sunday, 20 October 2013

Lurking under my desk. . .




Hello everyone, I managed to escape from Madame Whooohooo's tarot reading nonsense and since Wednesday I've been lurking under my desk.

Miss Arinée Kid a very large spider with a passion for knitting lives here under my desk. She spends her days knitting and spinning her own yarns, the most beautiful fine silk. I asked her if she dyes the yarn too. "Well deary, I used to but it's a very messy business, you know. I prefer to send out to the Chameleon brothers. They have the whole dyeing processes down to a fine art. They love nothing better than messing about with different colours all day".

Miss Arinée makes a lovely brew and the yummiestest victoria sponge cake. She's going to read my tea leaves later....wonder what she'll see... hope it's not a right murky mess...

What Fun and Nonsense are you up too....drop me a line and let me know... ;) xx

8 comments:

Deborah said...

Hehe! I am glad you escaped the clutches of Madame Whooohooo and found some sanctuary amongst the yarn and Victoria Sponge! Fabulous creativity as always! xx

Sunny Carvalho said...

Absolutely brilliant!!!!! I'm painting spider girls this week, too! LOL

Marta Ramirez - Mystical StarSylph said...

Catherine, every week you mesmerize me with these fabulous tales.
I hope you're gathering the all to publish a children's book! I'm serious!!!!!
That spider is amazing, and the whole setting around them is simply outstanding, every element more gorgeous and special than the next!

Jehanne's doodles said...

You've a wonderful imagination :)
I love the details in this illustration eg how she uses her strands to take hold of the teacup. Very clever :)

Sandra Busby said...

Have you published a childrens book yet? You must! Your imagination is wonderful! :0)

Melody said...

hope the tea leave reading goes good....and less scary than the tarot cards and an oversized owl? Lovely chandelier you keep there under your desk! I love your table too...
...I'm just dying to to meet the Chameleon Bros. now !!! *giggle*

Netty said...

Great words Catherine and of course I adore the drawings, Annette x

Pia Drent said...

hehe, what a lovely little story. would like to come for tea in this homemade house