queen of spades, with a sewing theme.
Jazzy's Favorite Art. their group gave each number a different theme and made it a cooperative project. i love the idea, but this time i'm going solo. and i haven't claimed that mine will carry any kind of theme. also i won't do them in any specific order, just whatever comes to mind. i also am not saying that this is a 52 day challenge, i'm way too busy to commit to that. but anyway, i am starting officially. and here is my first.
- hot cocoa
- more hair down time
- kitty gets fluffier
- snow days
- holiday decorating
- the smells
- holiday foods
- fluffy sweaters
....so that's some stuff i got really really excited about today. just sharing. maybe i'll make some more scarves this year. the ones above i made last year for my mom and mother in law. they were extra fluffy and tied with some nice vintage lace. gorgeous!
Posted by Beth Moore at 10:44 PM
the text is a dictionary clip, a definition of "art". the typewriter keys are from the lovely industrial chic collection from Michael's. i would buy all of it if i could, but it is too expensive. :( but you should check out the site anyway, i'm sure you'll drool.
i filled the text area with some 3D scrapbook gel stuff. it takes forever to get solid, but it's so useful.
can't wait for it to dry so i can show it off. :)
also, i am so glad i held onto some of that old barn wood from my wedding signs. it makes for great display backgrounds, and i just love having it around the studio.
with student teaching fast approaching and summer classes coming to an end, it's very hard to find time to craft. this piece has been in progress for a few weeks.
the shelf as actually a small house. i removed the roof and stairs to have a nice neat tray for assemblages.
I stuck with a common color saturation to make all of the items fit together.
I'm most happy with little sewing section and i love the twine that runs across the center. i think it's a happy return to assemblages.
I haven't had time or materials for this in forever, but it is very satisfying to see another finished project.