I did carve out some time to work on my challenges for this week. Over at Every Inchie Monday the theme was Pavilion. My first thought was the pavilions that we used to have family reunions at the city parks. I just remember my brother cooking the food and everyone eating and talking, kids running around, someone playing music and tons of pictures being taken. Two of which are so much my favorite. One is of my daughter who fell asleep in the dirt. She literally fell asleep while playing.
This picture is very old, she was about 6 years old, now she is 23! The other one is a picture of my Mom, me and my siblings. It was the last picture we all had together. This is totally us as a family. LOL
I am the one standing up between my brother Tom and my sister Vicki, my Mom is the one sitting down next to my brother Larry. As you can tell me and my Mom are kinda camera shy ;) See that smile on Vick's face? She is smiling like that cuz she knew better than to stand next to Tom! LOL Here is my inchie.
I used 6 colors of Delicas and I hope that you can tell that this is a light over a green picnic table inside of a pavilion.
Now, over at 2x2x2 the theme is Grass. You know what, when we moved into our house there was this weird small patch of grass in the front yard, it was yellow in the winter and soft and lush (thistle free) in the summer, over the years it has gotten bigger and I adore that part of the yard. Best part (even better than not having thistles?!?) is that it grows slowly and doesn't need to be cut as often!
So this idea came easily for me. There was not any other possible thing I could design.
This Twinchie also has 6 colors of Delicas in it and if you can't tell it is a push mower. This one is for my Son who really enjoys mowing! Well, to each his own! I don't mind it if he does the mowing, LOL.
So that is it for me this week and I want to thank everyone for visiting me and extra thanks for those who leave comments. I always love to read what you think. Also, don't forget to fly on over to EIM and 2x2x2 to check out the awesome works over there and hey if you are up to the challenges why not join them? I would love to see what you come up with.
You have a lot of fun, don't you :) Love your pavilion inchie, and even more love the grass twinchie. Why don't you try a beaded moo :)ReplyDelete
Lol yea we do. I don't think we know any other way to be. Haha! I don't know what a moo is. I have heard you all talk about them but I don't really know what they areDelete
Wonderful beaded inchie and twinchie and lovely photos.ReplyDelete
Dear Freebird, Thanks for sharing your fine memories--my do children grow up way too fast. Thanks so much for participating in the TwobyTwo this week. I don't 'get' mowing as I don't have to do it, but my mom always liked to do it, gave her time to think. I love your beadwork! Have a brilliant day! cReplyDelete
Thanks Cheryl, my Mom felt the same about mowingDelete
That is a wonderful photo of your familly *lol* Love your pavillion inchie and the 2x2x2. There are so many details on these little squares.ReplyDelete
I had to laugh at your daughter falling asleep while playing. I wish I had a camera when my son fell asleep and he went face first into a bowl of oatmeal! I saw it coming and didn't stop it. Bad mom LOL! Great pavilion and I really love that lawn mower. (We have fake grass now....love it!)ReplyDelete
HAHA, I dont think your a bad Mom. I think we all do that. Our bit of payback for the hours of labor, hehe. I think my allergies would love fake grassDelete
lovely beaded pavilion - love old pictures - I have tons that no one else wants. I think your lawn mower is a hoot. Great artwork this week, as usual.ReplyDelete
Thanks Kia, I love old photos as wellDelete
Lovely post and photograph and great bead work as alwaysReplyDelete
Love Chrissie xx
Thanks so much ChrissieDelete
Fabulous beadwork again, and love the family pictures.ReplyDelete
Photos of me are rare too! Great beadwork as ever & that lawnmower is so cute!ReplyDelete
Both are amazing. I don't know how you do it! The mower on grass is fantastic. SarahReplyDelete
Thanks Sarah, I kinda like to think of my beads as my paint and my canvas. LolDelete
Very funny pictures ;-) I like your pavilion bead inchie and your grass theme is great!ReplyDelete
Thanks Sandra. Had a lot of fun with themDelete