I love just love this entire CD by the beautiful Eric Benet. I think it is some of his best work, to date. This is one of my favorites. I sometimes will pick the song based on what I am blogging about. Today, I just want to hear the soulful tunes of the one and only Eric Benet.
I have been making, making, and more making. When one is in a business, the business never stops. Now I more time to complete projects and make sure that I am up to speed when it comes to business.
With a room full of craft supplies here is the latest card display. One might ask why am I making so many. First, I like the diy approach. I like to be different. Second, it is better to get it ready,then all I have to do is attach the jewelry. Third, also the pieces I pick up I might not be able to get again. That is the part I like the best, the unexpected. I am the person who like shabby chic, tarnished metal, torn pieces. Those pieces have character. Anyone can make a straight line. But it take a special mind to make a crooked line and call it art. I have that kind of mind. Thank God.
I found these at a garage sale already cut out. Thank you to the person for cutting these and making my day. You are my hero.
This was after I had spent several hours doing these.
Using my flower punch. My wrist was hurting after that.
I almost couldn't grip the remote.
Now that would have been a disaster.
|Next time I am going to need something stronger|
than coffee to attempt this again.
|I had a use for this piece that was leftover. Another time,another post.|
Getting back to my garage sale find, I decided to make thank you cards.
Just to show my appreciation
for purchasing a piece from Jets Jewelry
|I used a lot of different inks. |
I think they turned out very nice. I will show you how I attached them at a later time. Right now Eric is calling. Bye , bye,