2 shelves, 3 cabinets, 6 hours!
My primary workspace at Mama’s House is the kitchen counter. I need to clear it so I can empty the upper cabinets, clean and reline them. I create a little, too, while I’m at it. Today’s play:
These were baked in my small white toaster oven at 250F for 30 minutes with no burning!
I’m making moldsand carving out molded pieceswhile I’m clearing my workspace at Mama’s House.
Here at Camp Nana! Moldmaking and clay playing first thing in the morning!
Somebody remembered how to make a Natasha bead without being told!
Did I say I like making molds? I like using them, too!
It’s pronounced Kal-sed-on-nee! I said it wrong for years! This gorgeous strand is from JTV.
On a Saturday night! Listening to classic rock and drinking ginger ale…
Do I know how to party!?!
I discovered this quilt:
It needed an identifying plaque, but I have no doubt it was done by the Ashe County Piecemaker’s Guild.
The mountain scene in the middle reflects the view from the courthouse.
I had to get a close-up of the cows!Then, I found this print in the second floor lounge.
I got the artist’s name on this one:
I’ll have to see if I can find her online.