Wednesday, September 28, 2011

It is Wednesday and I have ALMOST the whole day to myself as I work at 5 (until midnight - Ugh.)

THis is what I finished two days ago and I remembered to take the photos. THese are wooden coasters with quite wide "lips" around the base, perfect for placing mosiac around.

Sunday, September 25, 2011

I am off to work in about a half an hour.

Here are the revised pendants. I like these so much better than my first attempt.

Thursday, September 22, 2011


I decided to work on the four pendant blanks that I had ordered a few weeks ago. I like the heart one with the milliflori, but I decided to take the one with the leaf apart. It just seemed to boring to me.

What do you think?

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

today it is Tuesday and I don't have to work! Yes!

I broke down and I grouted yesterday. (I say that I "broke down" but actually I have been busy working ALMOST full time. At Super 1 only the managers are actually FULL TIME. I even forgot my good friend Bonnie's Birthday on September 14!) Here is my hand plate. I think I will make this plate my newest avatar at my Etsy Shop. Before I was using a section of my American Gothic in the Garden. The woman seems a bit too harsh to me, my hand seems friendlier.

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Just a quick note before I scurry off to work...

This is what I worked on on Sunday and I worked on the Butterfly yesterday before leaving for work.

Friday, September 9, 2011

Friday-a bright, clear Autumn day!

Today I have off. I am so glad as I worked until midnight two nights this week. This made me incredibly sleepy even during the day. I am just not used to working so late.

This is what I have been working on lately. I finished attaching the stained glass to the hand plate. I made it look electrifying with adding the small triangles of green to the outside of the hand. Then I have three sides out of four done on a heart designed vase and I have begun work on an old abandoned project - a wooden butterfly. Here is also the image of three tealights/vases.