Sunday, November 25, 2007

We Now Interrupt this Sleepless Night for Some More Art and Other Creative Endeavors






Okay, so I wasn't even asleep or in bed when the biggest Christmas tree in the house (7') toppled over at 1:30 a.m. Really wasn't expecting that to happen so soon. We forget to put a brick on the feet of the stand under the tree skirt. Haven't had to do that in a few years, but I guess we have a new batch of curious felines. So, several broken ornaments, an awakened and grouchy DH, a run of the vacuum, and some Super Glue later, it was finally time to finish up some art projects.


My 4 x 4 Friday book page for the lace theme is pictured in the post below. That allowed me to feature my newest obsession, Blythe dolls. Lilly London now has a sister, as yet unnamed, who arrived today, an ADG Brunette #3. She quickly wanted to get comfy and put on her nightshirt, robe, bunny slippers and get her hair rolled. No problem. Lilly, on the other hand, wanted to keep trying on outfits, including her sister's new pink boots. More photo opps.


Following this, I was able to complete my paper clay snowman ornament for Viv on a Whim's swap, and it will be off to Mary B. next week. With one snowman head left, I decided to make an Americana paper box, using aged red, white and blue paper, canvas ribbon stamped "joy," from Random Arts, two sizes of gold tinsel, a brown crepe paper ruff and some gold spray glitter. This might turn into a Christmas present.

3 comments:

Mary Isabella said...

I am so sorry you tree fell. Hope you are having a great day. Mary

Sweet Remembrance said...

Gina...
I wanted to thank you so much for the fabulous Cottage! I adore it, and I appreciate all the work & detail you put into it!
It will sit on my mantle year after year.
You did a fantastic job and I LOVE it...
Priscilla

Linda said...

Hi Gina,

Congrats on the new ADG girl to keep Lilly company! And I love all the pictures of Lilly around the house, meeting the family (human and furry alike). Hope your new Blythes bring lots of smiles this holiday season. And, don't worry, being obsessed with Blythe is very normal!!! (Spoken as if I am not biased. Ha ha.)

Linda