Someone asked about the round knitted dishcloth & if there was a pattern.............this is the free pattern that I used.... you can find it here at Mielke's Fiber Arts.
Michael had started this whole business of puppet-making when he found the paper bags. He made a Frankenstein. Then my camera batteries died & I didn't get a picture of the finished product.
|They were still in creative mode yesterday afternoon. Alli made this one of Jamie Hyneman from the Myth Busters. Isn't he just the coolest?!|
And lastly, another one of my scrappy projects from yesterday. I THINK, if I've counted correctly, that this is my 15th layout for this month....giving me the number of entries I need to get my name in the hat for the end-of-the-month prize drawing over at Cookin' Up Creations. This sketch also came with the challenge to use alphas & alter them in some way. I had seen this technique on another blog & loved it....have been waiting for just the right project to use it on & this was it. I took some old alphas.....where some of them had been used & others were kinda wonked up......I cut the size I needed for my photo mat & then I just used my finger to finger paint some off-white acrylic paint all over them. I also used my scissors & scuffed up the edges & then inked them. How's that for altering my alphas?! I love how it turned out!!