This afternoon Abby and I had lots of fun making wind chimes. We made one for both of her grandmas and one for her. I had recently seen a photo of similar chimes online, but it didn't have instructions. I thought that it wouldn't be too difficult to put together and would be something fun … Continue reading Terra Cotta Wind Chime Project
With Father's Day coming up, Abby and I decided to get creative this morning and make a present for my husband. He doesn't buy new clothes very often, so we had already bought him a shirt, but we wanted to give him something homemade as well. We had to be a little sneaky and work … Continue reading Finger Painting Father’s Day Project
While browsing Pinterest a few days ago looking for an Easter project. I saw some cute bunny signs using pallet wood. It didn't appear to be too difficult so I went to Hobby Lobby to buy my supplies and try my hand at it. The original instructions for this project are from Diva of DIY's … Continue reading Easter Bunny Sign Craft
Abby has been very interested in coloring lately and we have spent a lot of time with her colorbooks and loose paper. After several coloring sessions this weekend I was a little bored and wanted to do something different, so I looked through my craft supplies for something we could make together. I found … Continue reading Painting Time!
Last Sunday night I had a little time after Abby went to bed and was able to paint. It had been quite a while since I had last had a chance to, probably some time around Halloween. It felt good to get my hands dirty (and boy, did I. The new gold paint I recently … Continue reading Modern Life
Here is a photo of my latest creation. It is a mixed media collage consisting of acrylic, paper, and metal on canvas.
Well, I covered up my mistake and decided to show my painting as it is now. I'm not quite sure if I am happy with it yet. If you didn't read my last post, I am referring to something I decided to add to my painting. I still don't like it as well as before, … Continue reading Brave New World