There they are! My New Networking Cards!! I love them.. you? For a small card the clarity of the picture is perfect. Now if I went to the mailbox on Saturday, I could have share them sooner. Yesterday and today I was punching holes and attaching to completed plaques with jute, raffia and ribbons. And of course because I was looking at everything, I have another pile of almost done that it needs "something" like a shell or seagull or something! I'm going crazy but want them perfect.
|This is what I was doing with them earlier|
Tonight I started working on my very own Etsy Shop! All my pictures have to be re-sized! But I am going to be working on descriptions and a portfolio of my work so you will get to see it all before.
I feel somewhat like I might have bit off more than I can chew at one time but I can't explain to you how much fun I am having and once in the zone, I am really at peace in whatever picture I am painting at the time... I love being in the zone...haven't been there in at least 4 years and it was a different zone, I like this one better.
So, if you feel like helping me out...
- if you like this picture and you were going to sell it, how much would you sell it for??
- If you like it and were looking to buy it, how much would you pay?
I'm in the process of figuring out prices and wondering if I am in line. I know different areas will get different prices, but hoping you'll play along on this phase of my journey. Thank you!
|"FREE Therapy for the SOUL"|
|rope trim with a shell where it ends|
|real shells and moss|
This is my interpretation of "Free Therapy for the Soul" on a deserted island!
Whether you live near or far from the beach, kick off your flip flops and sit a while under the palm tree. Relax. Before you leave, check out the shells in the sand!
It measures approximately 12 inches by 12 inches, painted on plywood and glued edges with rope. It has a wire hanging secured with pearl beads and decorative raffia and real beach shells on the island.
So there you have it! Hope you'll help out!
Catch ya later