Friday, November 28, 2008

Star Ornaments

I saw wooden stars used as ornaments in my Dec.2006 Somerset Studio magazine. I loved the look and tried it myself. This last picture is of my oldest daughter when she was 4. (I'm still working on one more of my present 4 year old.

I'm excited to say Amazon has shipped my book , "Exhibition 36", by my friend Susan Tuttle. She has a picture of the cover posted on her blog, check it out. I can't wait to have in my hands.

Monday, November 24, 2008

Clay Book and other Ebay listings

Two of the clay seals have real shells. Then an imprint of a sandollar, a clay fish and a clay heart.

There are 3 inserts for up to 6 pictures but will hold 8 pictures total (or journaling).

I have some listings on ebay this week including this minibook. So here is the link for My Ebay. I sold 5 envelopes for the MOPS benefit crop, yippee.
This matchbox style minibook is for holding wallet size pictures on a scrapbook page. I have used this trick alot for getting more pictures of my story within my lay-outs.

Friday, November 14, 2008

Clay Faux Seals

More seals!! I still need to color the two white ones but I think I'll wait until I design the tag or envelope.
The rose has white perfect pearls powder baked into it then I edged it with pink acrylic

I used alcohol ink on these after cured.

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Clay Seals For MOPS

These are some clay faux seals I have been working on for the MOPS (mothers of preschoolers) benefit crop this weekend. The next phase is making the envelopes these are a part of for scrap pages or tags. I still have a handful more to paint, perfect pearls powder, glimmer mist, and seal with a glaze.

Monday, November 3, 2008

Staedtler Bottles of Hope

I have been reading more about the bottles of hope and it is such as amazing, generous production of outreach. A way to share art and love with cancer patients. But other bottles have been used depending on the illness or disease that touches your heart. My last post shows my bottle, a humalog insulin bottle. Any bottle created is donated to patients. Here are some other creations: