Kicking 2011 to the Curb! Catching the 539 (my address) to the New Year! Will be fun to see what this New Year has in store for My Family and all My Friends! Exciting! Wayne and I are starting our 30th year together, so Bring It On! 2012, God when I was a kid, who even thought of the year 2000, much less 2012! Were'nt we all supposed to be flying around on personal JetPacks?? Well.. I know that all of us can choose our Destiny, and I am Choosing Happiness, Good Health, and Prosperity in this New Year.
Saturday, December 31, 2011
Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Monday, December 12, 2011
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Monday, September 26, 2011
Don't you just love the Sculpture "Man on Bike" I found him at Goodwill! He is quite a large
Saturday, August 20, 2011
This was such a fun project! Using a board about 3 feet long and about 15 inches wide, I painted it a soft blue. Using coke cans I cut them into about 9 inch strips, curled them and spray painted Lavender. Used these strips for the hair, I crushed my shells to make my own coquina, glued on for the upper body and face, placed larger shells in all the right places. Came up with the design for the tail using whole shells, glass squares for sparkle. Her name is Mona. I love Her.
Aren't these the cutest pillows! I love them, I made so many of these for friends. I saw a picture in Southern Living Christmas Book, I enlarged the pattern a bit to make pillows a good size, about 12 inches across. Some of the pillows I made (no pics) I used black tuffs of feathers in the centers, they were so awesome. Well, my friends loved them!
Wednesday, August 17, 2011
After seeing a craft show years ago of a lady gluing some broken plates to the top of a clay pot, I was hooked! I went to the Library and checked out every book I could find on Garden Art Mosaics and was off and running. I started by going to Goodwill for plates (to break) and the Dollar Store for glass globs, and Ace Hardware for PreMixed Grout. I started with putting river rocks around the top of pots, then putting together a mosaic pattern on Stepping stones, then Tables, and now I have actually done a Mosaic on my front entrance outside wall about, 8 feet tall by about 3 feet wide! I'm Brave!