Wednesday, June 30, 2010
Tuesday, June 29, 2010
Some things that I would like to do this summer with the monsters.
2. The BEACH...South Beach please
3. picnics with the cousins
4. Time capsule...to keep in the basement??
5. Floating in the pool
6. Making a miniture house/doll house w/ Megs using recycled items...can't wait to start
7. Make gelato...yummm
8. Make a photo journal w/ specific prompts
9. Play with the puppy.
10. Go back to City Museum.
A list of ten for now. This looks more fun than my work list.
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Tuesday, June 15, 2010
This is what I started with. You also need tape, ribbon, stickers, scissors. I made 16 in about an hour. Hope the kiddos like em!
Collection of photos, pictures (from any source...magazines, family albums, books, etc.), artwork, collections, etc. that give your reader a sense of you and your personal style. I'm excited to work on prompts and ideas for this. Currently I am already working on a new journal...so, this one won't start just yet...it's a future project idea....can't wait..love to dream it and do it!!
Thursday, June 10, 2010
Really think I'm ready to add to our little family of four legged friends. I awhile back I saw a fliyer about labs for sale. I programed the phone # and thought maybe it was the right time to get a puppy. Fast forward several weeks and I see a girl I work with putting up the exact same flyer! I was so excited that I knew the puppy mommy came from a really good home...then I found out that the puppy daddy belongs to another girl I work with!!!! Yea!! The little ones won't be ready to leave their momma for a few weeks. I think I'm going to look at them after class today and maybe put a down payment on one to hold it for me ( I mean us.)
Wednesday, June 9, 2010
Image from www.weheartit.com
- Wash and dry your bottlecap.
- Using the hammer and nail (or awl) punch a tiny hole in the top fluted edge of the bottle cap. Screw in the eye screw through this hole. Add a drop of Diamond Glaze to seal.
- Choose a cute background paper. Using the quarter, trace and cut out. Glue to the bottle clap using diamond glaze.
- Add tiny trinkets to bottlecap. Seal by filling the bottle cap with Diamond Glaze. Pop any tiny bubbles with a pin. Allow to dry thoroughly. This takes 12-24 hours.
- Feed ribbon, or a necklace chain through the eye screw. Enjoy your new wearable piece of art!
Tuesday, June 8, 2010