Frames are finished. Phew! What a job! I'm very pleased with the outcome and am giving myself a little pat on the back for a job well done. There's a whole different level of satisfaction when you are in charge of the entire process. And thanks again to my friend John of Centre Design. If it weren't for him, this job would have taken me a lot longer and I'm certain there would have been more blood shed, tears cried and curse words uttered! Thanks for all of you who have supported me on this incredible journey...one which is still ongoing! The pieces may be framed, wrapped and ready to go, but now I just need to get an appointment booked at the gallery to take the work in! I'll be sure to keep you updated on the process. In the meantime, enjoy the slideshow below of the finished pieces.
Now that I've got that all wrapped up, it's time to concentrate on Christmas! I posted the other day about not having a tree. And how we kind of don't want to buy one because they cost so much and in the end, are pretty much a waste. While I was outside doing a bit of tidying up of our patio, I looked at our yucca plant and thought: hey, this guy looks sturdy - I think he can handle a few fairy lights! And so I cleaned up his leaves and the pot he lives in, brought him inside and pulled the Christmas lights out of the attic. I think it'll do just fine. I am a little sad not to have a typical fir, but you know this really fits into our ethos of environmental responsibility. I think he deserves a name...I think I'll call him Chuck. Ode to Charlie Brown's Christmas and is fitting for a plant that's called a yucca. Welcome to Christmas, Chuck! And with that I leave you for today; Christmas music, hot cocoa and decorating for Chris
Erin Singleton is an artist currently living in the bucolic seaside town of Marblehead, Mass. She loves to explore her creativity in her studio and in the kitchen. She also loves to read, watch movies, spend time with friends and enjoy the great outdoors with her husband, Dave, and their daughter, Maisie.
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