I stood in the bathroom, if front of the mirror, checking out my latest addition. Some time ago I painted this and I really liked it. It was designed to go on my skin. Well, my friend Jim was in town last week, and it was the perfect time to get it done. Thanks, Jim, for holding my hand.
Yep, it’s real.
When I’m not mowing lawns, I’ve been working on making charms for a charm swap. I’m making four different kinds of charms.
I carved this stamp for a friend to use in her jewelry design business.
I carved this logo for Lynn. What I like about it is she can change some of the dots depending on her mood.
I know what you’re thinking, but she’s not always in a skully mood.
Remember all those who served, especially those that have fallen, and keep the ultimate goal in mind.
On the front lawn, wondering, who decided that all suburbanites should grow this stuff? Why is it the ideal to have row after row of manicured lawns? Why is there so little variety? I know, it’s because nothing feels like grass between your toes!
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This month our theme is time. This is a close up of one card.
I made eight of them.
In our Runs With Scissors group we were given a hardware challenge. Mary, bless her soul, bought a bunch of from Home Depot, and gave each of us an envelope containing many various and unrelated items to make into some sort of art piece. Mary is doing a wonderful job coming up with ideas for the group, but I think we shouldn’t let her buy the stuff for the challenges. It was challenging, to say the least.
This is what I came up with. Fortunately, my sister had given me a box-project based on the work of Joseph Cornell. I could never decide what to do with it. Then this challenge came along, and it was a perfect fit.
I chose the name Bumble Bee Boogie Woogie based on my inspirations for the piece. Mondrian did a painting called Broadway Boogie Woogie, and there is a piano piece called Bumble Bee Boogie by Jack Fina based on Rimskey Korsakov’s Flight of the Bumble Bee.
The domino was one of the pieces in the challenge.
The louvers are a paint stick, and the flower cut from a filtration mask.
I painted a piece of a white window shade for the background of this square.
I’m pretty happy with the piece, and happy it’s done!
I just took Big Head Todd the cat to my vet, and we lucked out!! He had a chip in his neck! He lives in Dearborn Heights, quite a distance for a cat, and he’s just been reported missing. The vet couldn’t reach anyone by phone, but she’s sure she will and is keeping Big Head until his owners can come. And don’t worry, Lynn, Big Head’s real name is Boots.
Does your pet have a chip in his or her neck?
Big Head Todd got himself stuck in a tree yesterday. Travis the mailman fished Big Head Todd out of the tree, but couldn’t take Big Head with him in the mail truck, and my husband happened to be along just then. Well, Big Head Todd (that’s what I’m calling him because, you know, he has a big head) is in my sun room right now. Rhythm and Harmony are very uncertain. I have fliers posted, hoping someone will come along and claim Big Head, if not I have a lead on someone who may take him in. Meanwhile, Big Head and I are becoming friends.