After my last 3 larger mosaics, I wanted to start using up my smaller MDF shapes and Kaleidoscope is the first of those. I'm enjoying the use of many colours and abstract designs (particularly because I can't draw to save my life!), so again I've used the rainbow. I've made Kaleidoscope on an MDF backing,... Continue Reading →
I'm really pleased with how Spectrum has turned out, although I ended up making some changes to the original outline design to make it my own. I'm enjoying making these abstract pieces that are bright and colourful and full of life. I'm becoming more comfortable with using bold colours and think I've found my favourite... Continue Reading →
I started this one 8 days ago, and have struggled getting it finished - creativity level 0. I wasn't happy with it at all, apart from the two large circles, and came very close to pulling it all up and starting again. My daughter helped me sort out some colour combos I wasn't satisfied with... Continue Reading →
I always want to be working on something, so as soon as one is finished, another is begun. This design has been popular so didn't have to think much about the design, however it's the colours that take me time to decide on. I've already changed the petals from orange to a blue/green stained glass....
I've been asked by a friend's daughter to make a simple mosaic - a pineapple with a white background on a circular backing. I've used white iridised tiles around the border, venetian glass tiles for the background, glass gems for the border of the pineapple, and stained glass to fill in the pineapple and to... Continue Reading →
I love this challenge as I find quotes simple yet effective ways of communicating inspiring, empowering and what can be life changing, ways of thinking and being. So I thank Rory from A Guy Called Bloke and Doodlepip Adventures for again nominating me in a topic he knew is in the realms of my thinking... Continue Reading →
This is the latest mosaic I've been working on. It will be sold with a mirror in it, not a tuxedo cat!! I love how our boy, Ji (J-eye), took to this frame! He was determined not to get up and out, and I ended up just taking the frame up from around him. He... Continue Reading →
I'd wanted to make a mosaic in memory of Nita and was inspired by a recent photo of a pale flowering Iris Nita had given to her son and daughter in law. Nita loved her garden and flowers, and I've included her flowering iris on the bottom left. I wanted the flowers to be bright... Continue Reading →
my daughter washing up each day without being reminded 🙂 🙂 my daughter in general ❤ finishing gluing my favourite mosaic to date having had the nerve taken out of my sorest tooth finally getting paid from the Tribunal hearing just before lodging it with the courts small victories a beautiful warm day clean sheets... Continue Reading →
A down to earth and humorous reminder that there is always good in our lives – we just need to be open to seeing it and accepting it is there.
Thank you to Robyn from The Robin Bird’s Nest
Sundance sent this to me.
Not only does she accept the good in her life, she appreciates it!
I am quite delightful. (smirks while typing)
Embrace the good in your world in whatever form it arrives.
Sometimes those things you least expect, or question the presence of, turn out to be what you most need.
You say “exasperating” I say “fucking delight” either way there is good. It’s win-win!
Occasionally, life is rough.
We’re so focused on the trouble, or pain, all manner of ick that hits us upside the head. Even when we’re swimming around in the ick till our fingers are pruney, there is good in our lives, in the world.
All you have to do is open your eyes.
There is a quote:
When you look for the good in others you discover the best in yourself.
But, when you’re up to up to your…
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What an awesomely positive award, and a random act of kindness in itself being nominated by Rory from A Guy Called Bloke, thank you! Rory's wonderful blog offers a diverse range of fabulous reading, both serious and lighthearted, so I recommend you head over and check out his website! I've been on both the giving... Continue Reading →
https://youtu.be/otgbBDaZzCw Today I was watching a documentary, The Champions, about the dogs that were rescued from NRL player, Michael Vick and his dog fighting ring. My daughter asked me how I could watch shows like that because they're so sad. Yes, they are very sad. Learning about what those poor dogs endured, and the fate... Continue Reading →