Here is a framed picture of an all hand beaded Asian Lady. I've been working on her for weeks and weeks and weeks. She was hard for me to work on because she was done in a limited amounts of colors. Many of you know I'm all about color. But I thought it would be fun to do something that I haven't done before. A good learning experience.
I think she is very pretty and hope you do too. She was fun to work on for sure.
Asian face by Linda Clink - email@example.com
Monday, August 31, 2009
Posted by E/less at 8:49 PM
Posted by E/less at 7:33 PM
Well I've been felting for days now. Here is my newest creation of a Fall Felted Purse.
Hope you like it.
Prayers for friends in California, we now have the smoke from the fires here in Prescott.
We had big storms tonight and the winds brought in the smell. sigh
And another big fire has started in Payson Arizona, north of us, we have fires all around us now!
Posted by E/less at 7:26 PM
Monday, August 24, 2009
And here is Miss Chocolate's back.
Dontcha' just love her!
And here in Prescott we have had a very very hot and humid summer. The hot weather even cracked a window in our bedroom and had to be replaced, now that is HOT! And very unlike living here two hours north of Phoenix.
Finally it has cooled off somewhat this week and I'm more than happy to have the windows and door's open. How I love the fresh air.
I continue to work on the beading and my knitting projects and working out 3 times a week.
Life goes on, although, its very lonesome without my sweetie.
I'm working on more creations and will be posted soon. Thanks to all of you to keep posting what I"m doing here in Prescott.
Hope you all enjoy the fall weather coming up, I know I sure will.
Posted by E/less at 7:51 PM
Well another round robin doll, Miss Chocolate, came home to me dripping in chocolates!
The swirls of cream chocolates on her body, the cinnamon chocolates hair, the white chocolates,and chocolate covered cherries makes her quit the Chocolate Diva.
Thank you, thank you, thank you so much to the ladies that worked on this round robin. Those Artists were Carol DeLater. Indiana, Ann Hoke, Oregon, Jerry Lance, Oregon, Velia Antila, California and Gale Michel, New Mexico. Everyone truly did an outstanding job with their beading talents.
Posted by E/less at 7:36 PM