Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Mundane Sketchiness


Just hangin' out doing a little careless drawing. 

My Fitbit has high expectations about my ability to consume water. As a result, I have a permanent sippy bottle by my side. Soon I'll need a diaper bag to handle all the stuff critical to my existence. Maybe I'll pick one with little elephants and giraffes and feature it in another careless sketch...don't get your hopes up though.

Need to start getting in the groove of fun...I'm starting Sketchbook Skool's "Playing" kourse on Friday. Weeeeee!

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Friday, December 18, 2015

Merry Christmas!

Since there probably won't be a lot of time between now and then, I'd just like to say....




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Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Weekend Project

Even before I had a garden to plant, I had house plants. At one time, I had 204 house plants. Their numbers have dwindled somewhat since I now have a garden, but I will never abandon my house plants entirely.

I also have a 3-season room on the front of my house, and it looks so much better filled with leafy greens. I have to watch myself, however, because all those leafy greens have to come inside in that pesky 4th season that lasts soooooo long.


Problem: Where can I keep these plants? Where will they get the same bright light they prefer?



It sure would be nice if I could use this space. I already have a stand in one corner, but there is only so much room on the landing. Hmmmm...




I know **lightbulb-over-head moment**! I'll use some of those boards from the old bookshelves in the basement to make a plant platform!



Some time with my table saw, jig saw, sander, drill, clamps and foam brush and ta da! Well, maybe not entirely a ta da because, as you can see, I forgot one key step before I made my mitered cuts—I didn't rip the boards to get rid of the old outlet openings...oopsie! Lucky for me, I'm not a perfectionist and I choose to think those "add character."



Hopefully, my plants will live happily ever after traveling between their summer and winter homes!

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