a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Wednesday, January 6, 2016

And You Thought I Had Stopped...

creating mad projects from nothing.  Never!
Made Hubby a comfy neck pillow from holey leggings
It's can be reshaped.
 Made an "art" piece from paint
dried in the bottoms of paint cans.
Added my own touches to the paint.
Gathered some sand and rocks for another project.
Printed, framed, hanged
and added some bling to Andrew's room.
I "assisted" Hubby while he made twenty five pounds of deer Summer Sausage.  Although I have not been posting blow by blow accounts of my shenanigans, I've tried to be productive.  

What projects are you working on this year?

17 comments:

Henny Penny said...

You are a lot more productive and creative than I could ever be. How do you get all those things done!

Sandra said...

love the dryed paint art.. we are the same but different, you make art out of dry paint and i make it from photos of faucets... great idea on the neck thingy... never a dull moment for you, and that is a good thing... you create and play and work all day long...

Jacquelineand.... said...

I'm working on a book. Just 'a' book, a single hand-written and drawn copy for a Little Miss who has recently come into the world.

Plowing Through Life (Martha) said...

You are a very busy bee. Good for you! I like doing projects, too. This year will be loaded with them, I'm sure, especially since we're selling our home and moving to another. Not sure when it'll happen but when it does there'll be lots to do!

Harry Flashman said...

You really have been busy. Most of my activity has been associated with repairs because of the series of bad storms which blew through the Smokey Mountains in December.

Lynne said...

My oh my . . . you are creative!
Industrious too . . .
I really like the dried paint flower creation!

Carol Henrichs said...

Gail, you are AWESOME!

Josie Two Shoes said...

I wish I had even a tenth of your energy and motivation! I love your projects, and your ability to repurpose things you find into something useable and/or beautiful. The paint can flower painting is the coolest!! Deer sausage... YUM!

TexWisGirl said...

love the art piece from dried paint! :)

Sketching with Dogs said...

I just wish I was half as productive as you!
I am hoping all my projects this year are art related, haha.
Lynne x

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

You are beyond productive! Nice touch in Andrew's room.

gld said...

Very nice projects. I love the paint can art.

Country Gal said...

WOW ! you have been busy ! Great projects . Photography is always my project lol and my Miggs she is a project in her self lol I like to create on the computer as well with stuff but mostly I am out side even in the cold as much as I can be , I love the outdoors . Lovely photos . Thanks for sharing , Have a good day !

Susan Anderson said...

Only you could make beauty out of dried paint from the bottom of a paint can. And you succeeded!

=)

Saucy Kodz said...

I love what you did in Andrew's room, with all the bling.....looks great. I cannot ever imagine you not using something......for something. My Mom used to say "Waste Not, Want Not". You are that gal, eh. Have a wonderful day.

Lowcarb team member said...

Catching up with your posts Gail ... and you have been busy.
Love your piece of artwork from the paint cans.

All the best Jan

Sandy said...

Gail,

Love your pillow, and art work! You're always so creative, and that's a wonderful things. I'm still working on the estate. My plans, once the estate sales is to work on finishing up my remodel of the windmill picked up last year. I also have pieces of furniture I want to fix up and sale, plenty of canning to finish up. Then it's on to planning my the garden come spring.

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