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Tuesday Time-Lapse Video:) Rose Painted Wine Bottle

2 Aug

“Your talent is God’s gift to you. What you do with it is your gift back to God.” ~Leo Buscaglia


You may recall, last Friday, our little senior art group at Towne Creek worked on painting wine bottles. I painted and recorded one of my demos. It’s always better to have an example for inspiration. I like to make the time-lapse videos because in just a few seconds, you can see what takes quite a while to create. (My friends don’t always have a long attention span. About 25-30 seconds sounds about right.)


And sharing is caring. I gave the painted wine bottle to my friend Miss Shirley.

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Tuesday: Tips and Time-Honored Traditions

20 Feb

Traditions may be passed down from generation to generation, or they might be created in the blink of an eye. I had the good fortune of being raised by a creative, artistic mother who loved to make handmade gifts, homemade note cards and knew her way around a sewing machine. Not all these attributes were passed down. I couldn’t thread a needle or sew on a button if my life depended on it, but I do love to create, design, and paint handmade gifts. That is our family tradition.

A few days ago, I shared photos of some wine flutes that I painted for a gift, but you didn’t get to see what I planned on doing with them. Well, I wasn’t too sure how I was going to present them either. I wanted to give the dozen flutes and a bottle of champagne as a wedding shower gift, but didn’t want to put the glasses back in the tacky box they came in. How could I make the gift special? After spending a couple hours going through my personal warehouse of craft and art supplies, I came up with the perfect solution. What do you think?

The tip I have for you today is…honor your family traditions, and if you don’t have any, then create your own.