Monday, January 19, 2009
Clay figures; the Cooker, and Preston from Wallace & Gromit that won me an award. They need a case and some TLC, but you can see them at www.wallaceandgromit.com under your creations, past winners, November 2007. If you work in clay or think it would be fun, I recommend trying, it's loads of fun! And worth it.
more acrylic paint wall art. I realized that trying to scramble to put together a portfolio of my work is more difficult than I first thought, due to the fact that I usually give everything away as gifts. My boys walls so far aren't going anywhere. Thus the most representation so far is the wall murals i've done at home. I do much more than this though.
Sunday, January 18, 2009
We love Disney. I let my boys pick out what they wanted on our walls I'll have to post more there is an entire large room filled with murals I painted in acrylic for my own personal use and enjoyment. I haven't ventured out into the sales with this for obvious copy right reasons.
This dress was made in 2005 for my daughter,
I hand stitched all the beads on the woven ribbon that I also hand weaved. I machine sewn most of it, with the acception of the hand work mentioned above. The buttons on the back are for looks only. I did a hidden opening with a velcro closure for quick escapes. It was sized for a NB, it's quite small she was only 10 days old when she was blessed.
I have a website in the works at www.darlingstitch.com but it is going a bit slower than I'd like and I am selling items at www.darlingstitch.etsy.com I figured if I used blog spot I could then show people more of what I do. I will use this blog site to post pictures of things I am either working on or what I have already done. My portfolio of sorts. Thank you for checking things out! enjoy.