A leaf waiting for decomposition.
Back inside, muddy shoes off.
Our weekend plans are simple: grocery shopping, studio time and a walk. What are yours?
So here's a glimpse of the project I've been working on the past couple weeks....Sushipot's Couture Collage pendants. Each pendant is unique and carefully designed with you in mind. Believe me--you won't come across anyone else wearing the same thing when you're sporting a Couture Collage pendant! These pendants are actually quite versatile (dress 'em up or down), light weight (wooden base) and they look good worn on a long chain or wrapped around your neck with a dark ribbon. I've designed these with extra large bails so you can get creative how you wear them or display them when you're not.
I was quite impressed with the photos that Lizzie took of me wearing one of the pendants and will be using her images in the shop listing. We both had a lot of fun taking these pictures :) The first seven pendants of the Couture Collage series will be up in the shop over the weekend but I wanted to make sure all of you had a sneak peek. Now you can wear a Sushipot original if you like!
Here's to a weekend of lots of rest and a little work (hopefully). See you back here on Monday!
Still feeling a little under the weather but Lizzie has decided that it's time for me to be "all better". She keeps finding ways to cheer me up like being goofy with her smiley face eraser. I have found enough energy to finish up a project I started last weekend. Stop back by tomorrow and I'll share it with you :)
This Sunday marks the start of the Chinese New Year (2010: Year of the Tiger) and it's also another much awaited holiday in this house--Valentine's Day :) I've been informed by Lizzie that our top priority this weekend is to bake pink cupcakes for Daddy and decorate them with many, many rainbow sprinkles. Crossing my fingers that I get to do a bit of thrifting too.
Wishing you a HAPPY Chinese New Year, Valentine's Day and of course weekend!!
Where did the weekend go? This one flew by although I did manage to accomplish my top 3 plans. Friday evening a surprise package appeared on the doorstep and among other goodies it contained these collections of objects. Thank you Mom and Dad :)
My top 3 plans for this weekend are:
1. Arrange bookshelves that have been sitting empty in the living room since the first week of January when the Christmas tree was taken down and they were put up in its place (this is so embarrassing to admit).
2. NOT watch the Superbowl.
3. Make a big pot of GOOD soup.
Wishing you a GOOD weekend! See you back here on Monday.
I spent this past Thursday creating a new grouping of collage art blocks. I tossed all the leftover fragments of paper into the trash but then retrieved them on Friday night to create this collage in my sketchbook.