Every object I’ve deemed worthy to sit on mine has a fond memory and a special person attached. Everything is in miniature, of course, to fit, sit, and stay. Birds made of red glass, green, blue, and crystal. Real seashells dipped in silverplate, … [Continue reading] about What sits on your windowsill?
It wasn’t brown from the manufacturer, no; it was hand painted a rich earth, dark brown. You could even see the brush strokes if you looked at it in the right light. Just for fun, there were various sizes of flower power stickers affixed to its door. … [Continue reading] about The 1970s refrigerator
Yesterday, just for play, I painted three watercolor circles with purple, rose quin, and magenta. This morning, the circles bloomed into roses with a pen and some added leaves. I love making tiny watercolors. 😊 … [Continue reading] about Watercolor circles become flowers
Experimented with a masking fluid marker under watercolors. Meh results. The tacky didn’t remove as I hoped and tore the paper. Disclaimer: there *may* be some techniques I’m unaware, and rushing the process probably didn’t help. Short on time … [Continue reading] about Rush job brings meh results
At Maker’s Market on Vernon in Ironton, OH, (antiques, handcrafted, vintage), a small space opened up and I moved in. As I was about to get in my car and leave for the day, someone shouted from the store. It was a new friend I see at estate sales … [Continue reading] about The Ladder shelf and shutters find a home