Monday, March 11, 2013
Saturday, March 9, 2013
Well, I'm back! And busy as ever. Work has been crazy rush, apparently everybody in the world needs new wine glasses. My hands seriously ache. We added two new designs to the line that people real seem to like, but I have no inventory painted for them. Everything is a super hot rush. On a slower less stressful note, I teach an art class now ( well, maybe not less stressful. Just a different kind of stressful). I have twenty or so students varying from ages 4-16. I teach once a month and we are learning about different artists and their technics. We learned about Jackson Pollock and made a grand mess flinging paint on a canvas.
Thursday, February 28, 2013
Monday, December 24, 2012
I saw this idea on pinterest last year and had to give it a try. So after Christmas last year I hit the store on their 80% off day and gathered my supplies.
It took me longer them it said it would but the result was fantastic!
It also made a mess. There was fake snow everywhere.
But don't they just look great as a centerpiece? Christmas is almost here and thanks to a two day snowstorm its going to be white!
Thursday, December 20, 2012
Tuesday, December 18, 2012
I can't believe Christmas is almost here. With the lack of snow outside and cookies in the freezer it just doesn't feel very christmasy. I have been working like crazy and haven't had much time to do anything else. I miss my blog. And i miss telling you all about the things i have done to get ready for Christmas. Tonight, i have finished my painting list. Tomorrow, I will think Christmas! And I will tell you all about it.
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Apparently I have been saying it wrong for years 'Nip it in the butt' is not the right way to say it. Tonight was just another one of those time when I felt a little bit dumb.
Put a stop to something while it is still in its early development.
This phrase derives from the de-budding of plants. The earlier form of the phrase was 'nip in the bloom' and this is cited in Henry Chettle's romance Piers Plainnes Seaven Yeres Prentiship, 1595