Okay so the title of today’s post doesn’t roll off the tongue like I thought it would — I think I got the nursery rhyme in my head and then transposed the bippitty boppitty boo thing from Cinderella— I may be a bit punchy from driving 1000 miles in two days.
Here are some pics of unusual art, mark making possibilities and odds n Enders from my time in Texas.
Remember art is everywhere you go but you won’t see it if you don’t look.
ps. I’m fixin to open My ETSY store in a few weeks. I will keep ya’all posted!! — okay so I had to use one more Texas twang.
so i have the best sister ever. Recently we spent a couple days together and i told her how i like to use brown glassine envelopes but they are pricey and hard for me to find.
I confessed to her that i like them so much that sometimes i find them in public restrooms in those little side waste recepticles in the stalls. (What–it sounds better than calling them what we really call them!!)
Anyway, i got a package from her and .. Ta-dah!!!!
Like i said — best sister ever!! Im excited to try a technique that makes these bags look like a welded metal!!
Well gotta run. I think i need to use the restroom!!
i had been on a blog break as many of you know while caring for my newborn grandson and then celebrating my wedding anniversary on a trip w Mr. Inky.
The night i returned from my trip i was still bringing in luggage when a phone call told me of an accident that a best friend of mine had just had. I rushed to the hospital and have spent many hours with her family there.
She passed quietly away a few days ago.
She is the one who first encouraged my artistic journey and dreams. She was my friend, my therapist, my travel buddy, my coach. I will always love her.
Her name was Lisa.