• Christmas packages tied up with string
  • Bronze beauty
  • Hoo hoo ho hoo
  • The color of brick
  • Early morning sunrise
  • Getting ready for saturday
  • Dinner
  • A misty walk to wendy's
  • Love, dad
  • Waiting

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27 March 2006

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I found you! And I'm going to visit your Etsy-shop too. And you're the first blog-contact on my very fresh and unfinished blog. My dream is to pay my bills with my own work, but I try not to hesitate, my kids are small so they SHOULD go first (can't stop me dreaming though...)! Have a nice day! I need to stop surfing...

your work is beautiful. Worry not that people will scoff :-)

so kind the both of you - ok...i will officially stop worrying. at least in public...

Is the "Suzy's Present" item for a past or future birthday?

suzy's present was for her birthday in 1999 - maybe 2000...at any rate, way way way past due, but i am dutifully plugging away at it every evening. thanks for stopping by june, it is LOVELY to see you.
-s

Your dolls are beautiful.

How wonderful, wishing you every success with your Etsy store to fulfil that dream of taking the machine embroidery class. How I would love to take art classes, but I need to find the time...and patience :)

You mentioned Carol Shinn so I thought you'd like to look at this:
http://www.southwestart.com/document/1165

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plates & forks

who's visiting?

my etsy shop, come see

::learning to draw in 2007::

  • lightbulb
    here is where you will find progress. where i can show you what i learn; my journey becoming comfortable putting pencil to paper, creating something i will be proud of.

the covered button

  • you're done!
    step by step instructions for covering a metal button.... i have also made a little slide show of the tutorial. get there by cutting and pasting this link... http://rubycrownedkinglette.typepad.com/rubycrownedkinglette/2007/06/the_covered_but.html