Monthly Archives: March 2011

Ummm, the chef is in the kitchen!

The chef is in the kitchen making us a quick dinner.  Fried rice with a twist – no rice! We substitute cooked Couscous for the rice.  Couscous is a whole grain with 7 grams of protein in each serving.  (Rice … Continue reading

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But Mommmmmmm, When?

The new colors should be at Michaels in the late Spring.  They are already available online at Dick Blicks! I can’t live without: Peacock Pearl, Bright Green Pearl, Bronze, Copper, Wasabi, Grey and White Granite In S3: Jewelry Gold, Lemonade, … Continue reading

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Super Easy, Super Impressive Leaf Necklace

OK, we’ve already established that I love leaves.  Imagine when I discovered that I could take one of my least favorite shapes – a heart – a make a leaf! LOL! That heart cutter went from the bottom drawer to … Continue reading

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A Photo Note on the Clay Vault image

If you taken one of my clay and photography classes, you probably realized that the photo of the wild light switch cover was shot on the hood of my silver truck!  Car hoods make great backgrounds and there is that … Continue reading

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Items from the Clay Vault

You probably know that I have a thing for making clay covered light switch plates.  I found a couple of the wackiest ones I’ve done in my WayBack Clay Vault (actually in my Finished Work file): I love leaves. These … Continue reading

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Best food review EVER!

This is  the funniest, smartest restaurant review I’ve ever read! http://www.vanityfair.com/culture/features/2011/04/lami-louis-201104

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great blog for color palettes

Just spent a spell in my chair reading magazines with the 3 dogs as a blanket and discovered this great blog for color palettes – http://color-collective.blogspot.com/ What great color palettes to use for clay!  I knew my Lucky magazine was … Continue reading

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