Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Made this…

Remember the cool thing I bought at the craft fair in Little Falls?

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Well I wanted to make a smaller version with what I had on hand and this is what I came up with. What do you think?


I’m in the process of making another one for my mama with this on the end…

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I’ve been helping daddy get ready for his performance with the Geritol Frolics. There is one song that has been hard to get the timing, the words and all together so we’ve worked a good 4 days with a couple hours each day on it. Here’s my daddy. I don’t know if I’m allowed yet to tell you what the show is all about but when I can I’ll be sharing some super cool, beautiful, proud moments with you.

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So this is me sharing with you. I have more this week so keep coming back if you have a moment or two.

Take care my friends and have a blessed day!!


Anonymous said...

Are you playing the keyboard there, Julie? Wow. That's impressive, you know!!

I like those pictures of you and your Daddy a lot! Very sweet. :)

Your craft. It's beautifully done! I once tried twisting the back of an earring to make the loop smaller and I broke it. So, I respect you!

Kim said...

I think your wire-work turned out just GREAT! And I'm so glad Mike loves his dirt-bike. As I said it made it MUCH easier to sell it knowing it was going to Mike. Just tell him to be CAREFUL!

Baby Sister said...

I like your...what would you call it? The wire thing you made is cute!!

And so is your dad. :) The older people make me smile.

Jill said...

Your wire piece is beautiful! I like it better then the other one :-) Have a great day!

Lisa Ladrido said...

Over 40 blogger here to say hello! ~Lisa

I am all a twitter about life

Slipstitches said...

Wow awesome, I would call the wire thing a sun catcher because I would probably hang it in my window and let the sun glisten through the dangling ornaments.
Boy, your pics w/your dad makes me so anxious to see mine. I hope to see him just after the new year. It's a 14 1/2 hour flight but so worth it to get to see him.
Take care!