Hey Bloggeritas and happy Friday…
Can is be true.. it’s the end of July? Uncrazable! It’s been a hot month here in Massachusetts. I’ll never complain about the winter again.. promise, honey.
I’m working on a submission to a magazine and I wanted to give you a sneak peek of my art piece. It’s a mixed media piece on an old tic tac toe board I found at the recycle shack at our local transfer station. I used a lot of my recycled dryer sheet art cloth, polymer clay, gold touches (um, lots of it) and textures.
The little fabric house is about 4″ tall x 3″ wide. I sewed (yes, me, sewed) the house myself.. man I was proud. It opens up to a pocket that will hold a heart. All together.. “awwwwwwww”. The entire board is about 10″ square.
Now, I am not done with this piece.. I have a little more to do. I’m kinda stuck right now.. so I’m letting it sit a while and put it in a place in the house so when I walk by, something will hit me, well, I hope not literally.
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I’ve did another dryer sheet art cloth; playing around with acrylics and rubber stamping only. First, is front view…
Then I flipped it around.. pretty cool. I just love the drippings. I could never make another one look like this. That’s what I love, each one you make is unique and your own.
A free weekend approaches.. don’t you just love no commitment weekends? I’ll be in the studio playing and I’ll be sure to share more artsy fartsy stuff with you.
Thanks for stopping by.
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