Wednesday, April 27, 2011
I now have Soy Meltable Tarts in a ton of fragrances:
And yummy Soy Votives:
And be sure to check out my new Aroma Bead Sachets! They are wonderful for your car, closet, dresser drawers, everywhere you want a beautiful scent:
Lot's more going on over at The Hick's Fix including vintage items so y'all come on over and browse around! :)
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Thanks so much for stopping by! :)
Wednesday, February 9, 2011
I finished my sunflower mosaic WIP (see previous post) well before the holidays and everyone seemed to love it. It is the first piece I've actually made for our home (rather than making it to sell) and I really love it. The morning sun just twinkles on the glass and the lamp in the evening really makes it glow.
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
I started this sunflower mosaic at the end of last year to put in my living room. I wanted something bright and cheerful but the more I looked at it, the more I realized it didn't fit into my decor at all.
It's a good sized mosaic, the largest I've done. It measures 35 inches from tip to tip!
I only have the top section to finish before it's time to grout - and I'm hoping that this baby will be grouted, sealed, and hanging on my wall by the end of the week! :)
I'm thinking of using black grout instead of white. I've used it on a couple of other mosaics and I really like the look of it - it kind of gives it a stained glass look.
I'll post more pics when I'm done!
Thanks for taking a minute to look at my latest work! :)
Friday, August 27, 2010
A pair of ultra sleek, modern votive sconces or candle holders.
Hang this beautiful pair on your wall or set them on a table or shelf to enjoy the glistening beauty of glass tile that seems to glow from within.
See more pics here.
Have a wonderful weekend everyone! :)
Friday, August 20, 2010
After carving, I lightly sanded this piece, painted it with 3 coats of cream milk paint, sanded lightly between each coat, laid an antiquing glaze over the entire piece, and hand rubbed most of the glaze off leaving enough in the crevices to really make the details stand out. I finished by sealing this sign with several coats of matte acrylic sealer.
The milk paint has given this sign a slightly aged and crackled look that is so great!
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Thursday, August 19, 2010
Last evening, I actually had my camera with me when this beauty decided to stroll by.
She even decided to look up at me and pose for a great pic!
She knows she is safe here.
Yep, the deer have made themselves quite comfortable around here...
Maybe a little too comfortable??? :)