Miniature stand

Apr 29, 2011

Well yes­ter­day was a day of one flight dis­as­ter after anoth­er so I end­ed up not being able to attend Ranger U. I am so sad about it but it was out of my hands. I got to the air­port, bag­gage checked in, through secu­ri­ty and flight delay #1 came up, then not too longer flight delay #2 came up, not too longer after that flight delay #3 came up and then BAM flight can­celed as well as all flights to Newark. I was on the phone, inter­net and tex­ting try­ing to fig­ure out a way to get to Newark but it was just not in the cards for me. So here I sit at home wait­ing for my lug­gage to return to me and let me just say I’m a true Texas girl at heart… I want my make up, eye­lash adhe­sive and hair­spray now! It’s get­ting seri­ous.

But I am try­ing to keep this all in per­spec­tive and be thank­ful I am safe and sound in my home as those that suf­fered the wrath of this storm I know cer­tain­ly wish they were. My thoughts and prayers go out to all the fam­i­lies in need and to those who lost loved ones.

This morn­ing, I decid­ed to make a lit­tle some­thing to get me in the mood to start a book project and this lit­tle stand is what I made. I love Wedg­wood Blue with white and thought I would try to cre­ate a faux look on a stand for my flower frogs. I think for the first try it came out pret­ty cute. I want­ed some­thing to place dif­fer­ent sized flower frogs on to give them a lit­tle height and think this will do just the trick. I will have the tuto­r­i­al on how I cre­at­ed this post­ed in my “Tips, Tech­niques and Tuto­ri­als” online work­shop in the next few days.

UPDATE: The tuto­r­i­al has been uploaded to the “Tips, Tech­niques and Tuto­ri­als” online work­shop. Enjoy!

Wish­ing you all a love­ly and cre­ative week­end!

 

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