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My inspiration from Pottery Barn. After a lot of humming & hawing about my desk area & what kind of units I need built, I found my inspiration at Pottery Barn in the Bedford Project Table Set. Hey, it’s even … Continue reading
😀 Ah, finally — I finished the pattern for my bed panels. I call it Red Sun at Night.
This Photoshop [Ps] rendering does not do justice to the colours & flow of the stained glass. Continue reading
With the walls painted [except the bathroom & that section behind the wood stove awaiting a colour decision], some furniture built, & the kitchen cabinets almost finished, I’ve been unpacking more ‘stuff’.
Crazy for storage boxes, they’ve stored absolutely everything I’ve collected since my last major purge. Continue reading
Surrounded by translucent yellow glass, a red-centred 4-petal flower, in an opalescent orange & white glass, is then bordered by a textured, goldish-orange glass with square red corners in the same glass as the flower centre.
My raison-d’être is lead came. I love Continue reading
I love the design process — constant learning & constant change — until finally you’ve created something you’re [kinda] happy with. [Ha, notice the kinda? Is there ever the ‘perfect’ finish for a creator? There’s always some little change I want to do. But, at some point, it’s time to say stop, look, & decide.
I’ve been working on developing a logo for my sites & glass design company.
It started with this initial-on-initial ‘logo’ for one of my writing sites. The font is “Apple Chancery” with the name in .8 mm size & the initials in .15 mm size. I like the way the B is totally enclosed within the D but still visible in the middle. Continue reading
Awfully busy with eight, now 5-wk-old, puppies, I haven’t found much time to do much computer work other than post pictures of my little babies — & even those are a few days behind now.
But I did find an extra couple of quiet hours when I could start a website for friends who’d asked me over a month ago. Of course, they’re very understanding, but I still wanted to at least get started & give them some options to look at.
It’s so nice to start creating again.