Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Ouch!

I know that art requires blood, sweat and tears...
but why do I have to bleed so often?

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  1. That must have hurt. What did you hurt it on? A X-acto ( I think that is how you spell it) knife? I just cut myself with one of those a few days ago!

    ~Alyssa

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  2. I get paper cuts...and lots and lots of ink on me.

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  3. This one happened while I was making your bridle, Teresa. It is ALL YOUR FAULT!!!!

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    1. Should I buy you a box of bandaids?

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    2. I don't need band-aids, but I'd gladly take the beer.

      :)

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  4. Ouch! So sorry! At least it doesn't require stitches. :)

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  5. I feel your pain I have been making string cinches that last 3 days and I have stabbed my self a couple of dozen times :)

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  6. Ouchie! The things we suffer to create little works of art. I know exactly how you feel, I managed to sew a needle through my thumb skin on Monday (no blood this time). :0-

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  7. Ow! Did you poke yourself with an X-acto? That's typically how I manage to hurt myself.

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  8. Yep, this was an X-acto poke. That's my most common--and thankfully, least painful--tackmaking injury. It's much worse when the X-acto rolls off the desk and lands blade down on my foot. That really, *really* hurts!

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    1. I've had an exacto roll point-down onto my thigh before! Ended up with a quarter sized bruise and a tiny little cut where it jabbed me. Not. Fun.

      What they don't tell you is that sweat and tears are a response to the blood!

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  9. I'm lucky I've never had a cut yet. I have an x acto knife with a handle

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