Sometime it’s easy to forget about work you started. You get sidetracked by other things in your life and what you started stays unfinished for some time. When it gets somewhat old, it’s hard, for me at least, to get excited about it. So I better finish before work gets too old. These were missing… Read More Mini quilted necklaces
In the last week between finding every possible excuse not to practice gelli printing, and hiding from the heat, I ended up starting and finishing a mini fabric/mixed media book. I picked a circus theme, partially from a challenge I saw on Stampington, partially because I’ve had some stamps that sort of fit the theme,… Read More Circus book
A handful more shrinky dinks turned into artful necklaces. I used ribbon for the necklace-chain part and stamps for the images on the shrinky dink plastic. They all are mini-pockets, to hide something small and special.
These are not new, but I had forgotten about them. A few months ago I made them in a sort of rush, as I had to send them off to a publisher. They arrived back a few days ago. It’s a true collaboration work: photographs by David Miller, assemblage by me. I added ribbon for… Read More Photo-shrinky-fiber works
There is one thing that I wished I was better at, and that’s drawing. I admire the drawings of my four year old daughter, and her freedom when she picks up a pen and a blank paper and without hesitation she covers it in no time with figures, shapes, hearts. But I can’t do that. … Read More Zen-shrinkies
Some work in progress, my work table has about 10 of these with different images and in different stages of completion. If you are wondering what they are, they will eventually be necklaces. They are about 2″x2″. What are they made off? Here is a list of materials: shrinky dink paper, stamps, ink, coloring pencils,… Read More Work in progress…