Day job is keeping me busy, busy, but I have managed to carve out some time to put some new ideas together. Here are some things I've made along the way...
Garden Botanical - Sold
Game Night - Available Shortly
Does anybody remember making dioramas/shadowboxes as a kid in school? Usually from a shoebox or tissue box? I used to LOVE doing this (I remember doing one for a book report on Agatha Christie's Murder on the Orient Express). This is a soldered shadowbox that I designed for a friend of mine. The flowers are polymer clay and it measures approx 2 x 1.5 x 1.5". I was sort of testing the idea out and I really enjoyed it. She can use it as jewelry or as a home decor item. Currently I'm working an a custom order for a smaller one (approx 1 x 1 x .5") with blue flowers.
Watched a couple of older movies today: Dirty Dancing and Grease. My husband told me they're planning to remake Dirty Dancing?! Why? I'm not thrilled with the idea - some things are better off left as they are, especially this, in honor of Patrick Swayze. What do you think?
And as long as we're talking about viewing the boob toob, I'm wondering who to credit the brilliant idea of "respecting the roll" and trying to peddle ugly toilet paper roll covers. Honestly, who's offended by seeing a roll of toilet paper? And why should I respect it when it's not on the holder? Considering what it's designed for, I think 'respect' might be a strong term. Just sayin...