Monthly Archives: March 2013
Well, it is now March and I let the last 3 days go without posting –but spent 2 days burying bricks in a trench outside the perimeter of my house to the critters from creating homes underneath. I also made a clay tray using
just want to show you a collective images of my 1st ever TAD. can’t believe i finally able to finish this awesome project, though to be honest there were some low and uninspired moments during those days. but doing
The slippers is done! so happy with the final result, mom loves it very much. a great day to finished my T-A-D 2013 :)
The are all the drawings I stopped or changed my mind about before finishing any of the others.
Well, I didn’t finish what I set out to (yet!) but I have been studying. I hope to be signed off by my CFI in the next month for my private pilot checkride. Thank you all for your encouraging words
Tonight I was able to make some progress on the box. The trays are both covered in jaconet and needed some sanding. I used the larger tray to measure the three pieces of 060 cardstock for the case (or “cover”).
1. Going dotty 2. Leaf me alone 3. Cracking up 4. Blocked 5. Please… 6. Darkness and light 7. Time out 8. Mask 9. Stamping out 10. Black 11. Unpredictable 12. Washed out 13. Veil 14. Love 15. Not happy
I spent day 28 in London and had to leave home at 6.45am. I didn’t return until 11pm and this left little time for me to complete my thing a day. I travelled down with my son who had an
I would love to finish off my 28 days with a bang but finding time to work every day and finishing work to my satisfaction has been difficult. Today I’ve used Gimp to alter an old charcoal drawing that I
It’s the last day for thing a day and I was a total slacker. The most creative thing I did was take a couple photos of Little Yellow Cat as she implemented eminent domain over my hat by chewing it
Here is the finished parasol. It took much longer than I’d hoped for a pretty simple design. It also took a lot of paint. I’ve got to wait 6 days for it to set. Then I’m going to spray
*sigh* It’s the last day…and I was on a roll. Oh well. I made two critters today. One from the jungle, a parrot; and one from the sea, a fish. If I missed your request, I’m sorry. I think I’ll
I’ve managed to get behind with my Thing-a-Day Posts. Here’s Feb 27th’s offering: I’ll add day 28 this evening.
Well, here is my last thing for Thing-A-Day 2013, and it’s a cruddy-looking dog doodle. I’ve gotten a little burnt-out at the end here. Anyway, if you’ve missed any of my past things, here they are: Day 1: Flower
Mirror Mirror, mirror, who are you/ Mirror, mirror, what have you done/ Mirror, mirror, I can’t believe you/ What have you done this time/ I don’t know you anymore/ What have you done this time/ Don’t go out and break
Just messing around for the last day. I wanted to do something EXTREMELY cool, but inspiration never struck.
I love knots. Especially when they seem to be infinite. This is a Turkish knot. You can watch a video of how out it’s created here.
Drew some facial expressions, because they are hard. I feel like I should have gone out with more of a bang, but oh well. It’s a Thursday.
I made it posting every single day! Woo hoo! My final “thing” is a busy bag for my youngest grandson. He’s about 20 months old and will be taking his first plane ride with his Mom in a couple of
Made homemade felafels for dinner tonight. February went by so quickly! I can’t believe it’s the last day! It’s been great sharing this creative adventure with all of you!!
Egbert is feeling a bit dizzy and is afraid to leave his shell.Another piece crocheted with craft thread.
Rarrr! So, for the month, I have 16 items that were crochet, 8 origami and 4 baked goods.
I’m on a call, so I couldn’t take a pic with the flash. Here is, sadly, my last contribution for the month. I had fun. I definitely pushed myself more this year, than last, but drew more last year. I
I started a different project and has a complete and utter craft fail. I just couldn’t have that on day 28! A friend had given me a box of fabric from her grandmother, including a panel of lace from the
Yeah! I made it. So now I want the t-shirt. Ahh there it is. I may make this a day 28 tradition. Thanks TAD for doing this. I look forward all year to this.