Last Christmas I made Tutu's for the little girls in my Sunday School class. I was showing them to my son Daniel. The first thing he did was put it on his head. Isn't he a adorable? Definitely silly, but he can't help it. He got it from his mother!!! I wish I had a photo of one of the little girls wearing it the proper way. I'm sure the tutu's are cuter on the girls, maybe. I'll try to get one. Oh and I didn't leave the boys out I made them Super Hero Capes.
Thanks to my son Patrick who helped me figure out another way to down load pictures on my computer. I now can update my blog. Here is a photo of another Altered Altoid Tin. I made this one for my friend Sharon C. for her birthday. I'm so behind on my craft projects, but I'm slowly getting them done. Now I'm behind taking photos of finished projects and getting the photos on my blog.
Awhile back I got a telephone call from an old friend, Alana. She is the sweet person who taught me all about the wonderful world of art stamping. Seemed she hadn't stamped in three years and wanted to give her stamps a new home. I gladly excepted them!!! If you read this Alana thank you again for thinking of me!!! I believe your stamps have been very happy with me!!! Yes, all these stamps!! The pile went all the way around my work table!!! I feel so blessed to give them a new home!!!!
I'm Donna from Texas. I am married to my wonderful husband Billy. We have 3 grown sons. You will usually find me out in my craft cottage that my husband and sons built for me. I love to scrapbook, rubber stamp and do mix media art.I also like to do fabric art. I collect sheep, tea cups and tea pots. I enjoy having tea parties. I teach art and craft classes to home schoolers. I also love gardening and baking!! I am of follower of Jesus Christ. I try to reflect Him in what ever I do or make.
In this blog I hope to share my art, my life and my love of Jesus.