Slowly the “to do” list is decreasing as 2019 comes to a close. Today I dropped off this cute Border Collie destined to reside in California. I hope it brings joy to it’s new owner. The people sending it were thrilled with the pup. Hearts are happy all around!
I think I’ll be pushing the critter creations in 2020. They bring me joy in creation and it’s touching to see reactions from those who receive them. Spinning and dying wool are also on the list. Knowing me I’ll branch off in other directions as things sprout up (printmaking, drawing, ceramics). The super large zebra print will also be carved and printed in 2020.
As of last month, I now own a pop-up 10 x 10 vendor tent for possible arts and crafts venues. One show I will enter is the Art in the Garden event at a local garden nursery. They have a big 2 day event that draws loads of folks with quite a bit of pocket money. I love to attend it every year as a patron.
May you all have a wonderful holiday if I don’t write again in 2019!
8 thoughts on “Border Collie completed”
Your creative mind is firing on all cylinders Gale! These little critters are just gorgeous. I hope 2020 is a wonderful, creative healthy year for you. Looking forward to seeing what you will be doing! x
Thanks Anna! The new year is certainly pushing creativity for the both of us! Love all your amazing drawings!!!!
Gale, I love the border collie, and I looked back at your post June 6, my goodness girl what a lot of work, and what cute felted creatures. You are amazing.
Thanks for the Holiday card as well. lovely. Peace to all beings, Jean
You got me at “joy”! Your felted animals are really wonderful and the hand spin yarn is amazing. I look forward to seeing all your creative endeavors in 2020!
Thanks Cathe! Maybe this new year will actually help pop some cash into the bank through the art creations. It’s nice to have things actually fund your joys in life. 🙂
Blwyddyn Newydd Dda i chi – Happy New Year to you all xxxx
So good that i thought it was real at first. Wasnt until i read more that i realised you are a creative person. Not a dog handler.