Come on in and have a cup of coffee. It is brewing all the time. Come with me on my treasure hunts and spend some time with me in my studio creating with our finds.
Tuesday, September 7, 2010
Don't you just love
Don't you just love those groupings of sun flowers along the side of the road? I love to take pictures of them.
Even the dried up flowers can be beautiful. I know some people call them weeds, but I just love them.
I finally finished a painting I have been working on. It is called Delight. It is of a mother and daughter.
The daughter is peeking out from behind her mother and she's holding a big bull frog. It reminds me of the
antics I pulled as a child. LOL!
Sorry the pictures aren't that great. The painting is 12X24 acrylic on canvas.
I had company over the Labor Day weekend and I taught my friend how to do
a faux fresco painting with spackling paste. This is how it turned out.
Well I hope everyone has a great day. Stay cool. Autumn is on the way.
Thanks for visiting me. My name is Diana. I love creating things with a vintage flare. You can usually find me out in my studio creating or changing the furniture around. (trying to work on that) I love to try different art mediums so I never get bored.
I love yard sales,flea markets and going to good thrift stores. Grab a cup of coffee and visit for awhile. I love getting to know new friends. You can email me at
email@example.com Please leave me a comment and let me know you were here.
This is a pic of the collage at the memorial service. There was a table set up with pics and things that my aunt had made.
True Love Cont.
This is a collage I did for my Aunt Doris. She and my uncle Clyde had been married for 55 years. When I was a child they took me in when my mother was ill. They showed me love and what family is supposed to be. My heart is so broken right now but I know she is with the Lord so that comforts me.
This is a jar of vintage white buttons that I altered.
Some of my tags hanging on display
Trash to Treasure
Flea Market Finds
A Work In Process
Gift for Cindy
This is a gift for a co-worker how just moved into her own apt. I'm going to be making a few of these tiles and selling them. If you are interested please email me.
The green hutch was a $25 yard sale find and the white chest was a freebee from my church