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Several months ago I began my foray into the world of Artist Trading Blocks (ATB) with a sculptural block celebrating Jane Austen’s Emma.
A delightful quote from the 1996 Jane Austen movie Emma, starring Gywneth Paltrow, inspired me to create that first ATB. Yet, a second line in the movie, when a drenched Mr. Knightley proclaimed his love to Emma, also caught my attention.
“I rode through the rain. I’d ride through worse than that if I could just hear your voice
telling me that I might, at least, have some chance with you.”
As the months went by, my desire to make another Jane Austen ATB based on this line only increased. Finally, as our long winter finally slid into spring, and our own rains began, I decided to go ahead and make this ATB.
The trouble is, I knew what I wanted it to look like and I knew it would not be easy. Then I came across The Robin’s Nest Sea Glass Tear Drops and I knew I had found my perfect raindrops.
I might write a tutorial for this ATB in the days ahead–but this project took so long to create and I am so pleased with the results, that I am reverting back to my five-year-old self and cannot wait any longer to show it to you.
Introducing: “Rain” #2 in the Jane Austen ATB Series:
This is how the Rain ATB appear when it is closed. Mr. Knightley’s horse sits atop the box.
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I just spent more than half the day trying to fix the fact that each of the pictures on my blog had TWO Pinterest buttons hovering over them. Widgets, plug-ins, permalinks, jetpacks, cookies and caches buzzed and blitzed like a swarm of angry bees.
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Creating a vintage recipe box
Rebel that I am, I decided to break away from the crafting styles of late and head in a new–or rather, should I say, an old–direction.
With this altered art project I went back in time and put a little kitsch into the mix by transforming a cardboard book box into a retro pink refrigerator, or as it was called in the olden days, an ice box. Read the rest of this entry
Sorry for the absence guys. My life turned into a three ring circus–literally! The Daughter™ just completed nine shows plus tech and dress rehearsals for her end of year circus performing arts school. Read the rest of this entry
In today’s Installment #3 of the Mask and Stencil Making Series, we will make a mask with–you guessed it–masking tape!
For this tutorial I decided to stick with the giraffe theme. (You do get it, don’t you? Stick = Masking tape? Okay, just had to make sure) Read the rest of this entry
Ok, guys, this is just a quick post because I have to do one of those actual money making things.
Please get your mind out of the gutter. It’s not that. I must write some copy for a grant application. Oops, that’s my old professional writer voice talking. Now, as a blogger II should say: I have to go fill out some paper thingy. Hmmm….Just go ahead and put your mind back in the gutter. It will be more entertaining.
So earlier today, I was thinking about Paper Calliope and came up with at least a dozen things that were making me anxious–most of them centering around the I-am-not-good-enough theme. However, another anxiety popped up that just pissed me off. And honestly, I hate that phrase. I mean, really? Piss me off? How disgusting. Yet, it’s a pretty apt description of how it made me feel. Read the rest of this entry