My last post had me describing the "tornado" that passed through our town and the mess our chicken coop was in. Glad to report, although no pictures, it was repaired and up and running three days later thanks to my husbands diligence. The "Ladies" were very happy when their roost was restored. My husband even build a small coop for the "babies" - they were moved outside by the end of June and they love it. All is well on the "Coop Estates"!
I do have some art to share with you today. I was recently in a tag swap and my entry was this:
|This was the front of the tag . . .|
|This is the back . . .|
I have also been busy repainting my granddaughter's play table and chairs. We had gifted her with this tea table for her 3rd birthday; it is in her bedroom and she uses it daily. One day she decided to remove her nail polish with real remover and, of coarse, spilled it on the top of the table. So Meme [that's me] told her not to worry I would fix it for her. The table top was plain white when it was new and this is how I altered it:
|Her name is Mahina and she loves, loves, loves hearts . . .|
|Now it is functional as well as sweet . . .|
|She really loves pink . . .|
My grandson was wondering why we didn't "alter" anything for his room but he quickly put that idea aside when we handed him three more "Skylander's" to add to his ever-growing collection. Boys are so much easier!!!
I am also busy taking two online workshops - one with the amazing Martha Lever and the other with the amazing Junelle Jacobson. I don't have anything ready to post from Martha's class but I do have a couple of little watercolors I can share with you from Junelle's class:
|Glampers and Wildflowers . . .|
As I progress through these classes I hope to post some more "art". . .
Until we meet again, keep cool, stay out of the rain and enjoy . . .