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From: <email address removed for privacy>
Date: 01-09-2007, 03:00 AM (1 of 2)
I do a little of every thing. Any thing that has to be done on the project I'm doing at the time. I have a kiln and make dolls and all other kinds of housewares and minature dishes and such.. I make and decorate cakes for weddings and other special things. I just finished making patterns for little 3" mice made out of fuzzy material. I made 9 of them for my sister who is into 'Brambly Hedge' English childrens stories. I really enjoyed the stuffing and hand sewing. She wants to make the clothes for them. I am also a vehicle mural painter, with my husband who owns a body shop. I do paintings and drawings of my grandkids, great-grand kids and family. My kids always tells their kids to go to grandmas, she knows how and has all the supplies. LOL My husband ask me one day if I had to pick only 2 things to do for the rest of my life, what 2 would it be. Took me awhile but I finally said, ceramics and sewing. With that you could about do everything. All of my kids and most of my grandkids are 'artsy'. Thanks for reading this..................
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From: MaryW
Date: 01-12-2007, 10:27 AM (2 of 2)
Sounds neat to be able to do all those things. You could make a shadow box to look like a miniature sewing room. I have all the ideas, just no talent.:bluewink:
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