Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Hello dear frinds

I won't be able to continue on the exchange because I'll be moving soon from my country.

I have on my hands Ste moly. I'll finish it and send it.

I hope you are all ok



Monday, July 13, 2009


My entry for Lynne's moly.
I decided to base it on a simple yet beautiful superstition which is wirshing unpon starts.
My wishes are coming true, so it worked for me ;))
I hope you like it dear Lynne :)

Sunday, July 12, 2009

An Improbable Game for Kathleen

Once you start playing, you're in for life....mwwahahahaha.

Hope you like it :-D

Friday, July 10, 2009

For Carlos' Moly

Carlos' moly has no specific theme so I continued with the themes already started earlier in the book - summer days and fish. Watercolor pencils and magic markers combined with stitching. The top of the water was machine stitched through the page, while the other elements are free-standing thread glued onto the paper. Ready to go to Ste.

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

My Purse - the stuff at the bottom

Instead of doing my wallet and checkbook, the things I can find, I chose to do all the little bits that settle to the bottom and you can only find them when you are looking for something else.

The Charlie Card flips up to reveal my favorite silver hoop earrings.

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Summer Memories

Every summer I spent a week at a cottage in Door County, Wisconsin. The cottages belonged to my stepmom's mom, and I believe, her mom's mom too. My dad and stepmom asked me to take a series of photos that her mom had taken and taped together, and scan them and electronically recreate the scene. Ultimately I had several copies printed on a single poster sized sheet so that dad could frame them for Connie's kids. The cottages are being sold, and she wants them to have a little piece of the good old days.

The photos blended pretty well, and the project brought back some fun memories of summers past when I wasn't bogged down with work and responsibilities. The highlight of the vacation was the night we'd build a bonfire on the beach, roast marshmallows, and stare at the sky waiting to see shooting stars (or satellites if that was the best we could do).

And a side effect of the project is that I have a terrific craving for s'mores now, so I think I'll have to pick up the ingredients for the BBQ this weekend.

My apologies, Chensio, that this took so long, but I promise it will be in the mail tomorrow.