PRAIRIE FLOWER

Posted in: Design on Friday August 28, 2009

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My beautiful granddaughter Eleanor giving herself a bouquet of wild flowers.   She seems so very thrilled and happy about it.

The rail  fence frame is from “A Cowboy Song”  which is not finished yet.    All other elements and papers are from “A Pioneer Story”.   I just love the dead rat on a skewer that Lorie made.    The unrecognizable golden blob behind Elly is a horse for crying out loud!

THE CELEBRITY I MOST RESEMBLE

Posted in: Design on Friday August 28, 2009

Olive and Canola Oil

The cute frame and doo dads are from Lories “Flying Dreams” kit.

WHAT DOES IT PROFIT A MAN…?

Posted in: Design on Friday August 14, 2009

What does it profit a man......

What does it profit a man......

I designed this for a t-shirt.      Maybe it’s lame,  but tough beans.   I like it.   That’s my far away boyfriend sitting up on the mountain.   He wasn’t really looking at a city.   he was looking out over a beautiful valley up in the mountains on a hike we took.

BUFFALO GAL

Posted in: Design on Thursday August 13, 2009

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That’s my beautiful daughter Hanna Lee in the buffalo cloud.     The buildings are part of a town called RATTLESNAKE JUNCTION..  a wild and wooley cowboy town which will be included in another kit I’m working on called “A Cowboy Song.”    All other elements and scene paper are from “A Pioneer Story”  sold at scrapbookgraphics.com

TO GRANDMOTHERS HOUSE WE GO

Posted in: Design on Thursday August 13, 2009

To grandmothers house we go.

To grandmothers house we go.

The lucky ducks taking a covered wagon ride are Hanna my daughter and Tommy and Eleanor my awesome grandchildren.   Elements and scene paper from “A Pioneer Story”  created by Lorie Davison and myself.   Eleanor holds the sweet doll that Lori made,  and what’s  that in Tommys lap?   oh my,. its a big ol lizard!   It’s  Gizzy who will be making his appearance in a future kit I”m working on called  “A Cowboy Song”.

BABY PILGRIM

Posted in: Design on Thursday August 13, 2009

Baby Pilgrim

Baby Pilgrim

This  sweet little sugar dumpling is my  grandson Cohen.     All elements and scene paper from  “A Pioneer Story” .

Electric Blue

Posted in: Jewelry on Wednesday August 12, 2009

 

I don’t know how he did it but Jesse DeMoss created an electric storm here.  I wish the photo could properly convey the flashing activity inside this pendant.

 

Mushroom garden

Posted in: Jewelry on Wednesday August 12, 2009

I think this is the cutest little thing, tiny green and raisen colored mushrooms popping up out of teal bedrock.

Ice Phoenix

Posted in: Jewelry on Wednesday August 12, 2009

Ice Phoenix

This pendant is an older model :-)   It  was one of Jesse DeMoss‘  first creations.  I’m glad I held onto it because I’ve since come to recognize that no two are ever alike.  Do you see those sad looking gray rocks?  What a surprise they are.  They look dull, but when sun hits them just right they dazzle and spray flashing blue lights.  The stone is called Labradorite.  I think it’s neato-skeeto.

Rasberry Lime

Posted in: Jewelry on Wednesday August 12, 2009

Rasberries and limes

A pretty painterly pendant that begged for garnets and peridot chips.

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