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"My flesh and my heart may fail but God is the strenght of my heart and my portion forever"
Thursday, August 21, 2008
Our happy family of six... ...yes, I was pregnant at the time. There's nothing "artsy" about this pic (I did paint the tiny chair you see in the background) but getting all kitties together was quite an accomplishment! Left to right: Madison, Mr. Michou & Juliette.
Sunday, August 17, 2008
And here you can appreciate it from two different angles. Brite Hue paper, just as simple as that. Thanks Juanjo!
Detail of my studio, part of my stamp collection and sizzix dies. (You also see a picture of my baby Gala, of me and my hubby before we got married and me hugging a camel!)
Another detail of my studio. A cubby meant for the bathroom holds my fibers neatly and by color. An altered tin, Gerber jars to hold accents, my wedding invitation (it was Noah's ark themed!), which I illustrated in watercolor; and a picture of my beloved Nonna with a little birdie...
The inside of a thank you card I recently made for my mom ("Lala" for her grandchildren), before I filled it. The girl (Who looks like my mom) is a die cut from sizzix cut in tan cardstock and handpainted in watercolors.
Outside of the card, sizzix die cut hand painted in watercolor to resemble my little girl. Y