"I'm so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers."
I've been working on another collage on canvas with
teabags and leaves.
You might remember this one below, that I did a couple of years ago
before we moved to Seattle.
This collage has special meaning to me.
I remember picking up this larger than my hand, maple leaf
while visiting Seattle on business and trying frantically to
get it back home to Las Vegas without it getting
squished on the plane...because, "we might not get the job and
get to move to Washington, and I won't get to experience
this kind of autumn again for a really long time."
Yea...silly huh, but that's what I was thinking.
When you're a kid from the desert, you get excited about
stuff like this.
So, here we are almost 2 years later, and I'm living in
a world where there are "Octobers," and leaves...
lots of leaves!
This time, I wanted an aqua background. I used tea bags to take away
some of the brightness of the paint.
I'm excited to see where this one goes.
Also wanted to show you a cute little crocheted border I added to
a kitchen towel.
I found this nice tutorial HERE
Now I'm obsessed with adding crocheted borders to everything! :-)
View from my desk.
So grateful to be living now, in a world where there are