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Sunday, August 23, 2009


I had SOO much fun making this "fairy jar" (i think that's what they are called). Used an old jelly jar and cut out a fairy, glued lots of glitter and other fun jewels on her, filled the jar with rose petals, stars, more glitter, splashed a little paint behind her and ta-da....It's a fairy in a jar for my niece!! Hope she likes it...
Well- this is another weekend creation... not sure i like her. Her face is too long but it's just what happened. The cool thing is....is that i didn't "look" at anything when i created her. I just went with it and this is what came of a brave moment.
Her brown eyes....
and she is a dreamer....

I would like to thank all of you for taking a look at our blog- that makes me feel so good inside to open my blog and see a comment or two. That really flips my skirt. :)
Matthew has started school- he is a FRESHMAN in HIGH SCHOOL!! OMGoodness....where o where has the time gone??? Whew- can't believe my "baby boy" is in high school. I am excited, thrilled and a little nervous...what fun- to be a teenager and have so little responsibilities. If we only knew then what we know now. Would you do it any differently if you could do it all over again? I sure as heck would...

enjoy your day- make it a great one!
see you next time-


  1. I love your fairy jar. Looks like you had a very creative weekend - again. Unlike some of us who pulled weeds. Little joy and creativity in that deed. Your girl is beautiful, and I don't think her face is too long -- and you did it without looking at a picture. You are brave and amazing.

    Love A L

  2. I think I kinda like your fairy now! :) I like your lady too. She looks perfect to me! You are true artist. i need a new painting to add to my collection. I want a girl that looks like lielani with big curly hair! what's your price range! you take pizza? lol I love you and miss you!! come back soon!! xoxo nessa

  3. your niece will love the fairy jar, I am sure!

    Lovely portrait, I don't think the face is too long. Sometimes the best way to create is to just jump in, and see what comes up.
    Fun blog by the way :-D