Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Happy Birthday Wishes and Configuration Peek #2

Well I finally got out the glue and put the finishing touches to the Configuration I have been toying with for quite awhile. Will upload it here soon. Just need some good sunlight and pictures. Come back tomorrow maybe, if my camera can work some magic!

This is the square cubby that has a couple of pieces of vintage ephemera and one of Tim's Distressables I hoarded years ago. Always loved them.

Erin turned Double Digits yesterday and Bill's Birthday is today....so we ate cake and ice cream and sang last night. The lettering is not mine....who made that peace symbol....Emma?????

This is a shot of the 4x8 foot signs I lettered for the bands show "The Boy in the Striped Pajamas."

They compete in Indy this weekend at the Bands of America competition. Break a leg, kids! Have a great show...I know you will!!!!

Chili dogs and Dairy Queen for lunch...the boy is easy to please. Tonight I think we'll have Ribs somewhere....sounds like a plan to me.
Have a good one!


Netty said...

There is no end to your talents Linda. So looking forward to seeing the completed Configuration. A good time was had by you all by the look of this photo...Is Erin saying I wanted a cake 'This Big'......!! Those signs are incredible, I won't ask how you did them as it will blow my poor little brain. Its such a joy to visit you. Annette x

LynneForsythe said...

kudos to the AMAZING LINDA!!! can't wait to see your finished product!! just got my hands on one of those very cool Configurations today....now for the patience to wait till I can play with it....UGHHHH!!

Lori said...

Whoa, great job on the signs! Such perfect lettering. Love the peek of the cubby, looks very cool already! Love the photo of Erin and the cake, so cute!

sweet craf-tea chick said...

oo, fabulous cubby filled with yummy treats!
happy birthday to erin and bill!
your signs are amazing!
thanks for sharing and have a great wednesday!
*hugs* steph :)

SusanK said...

Great photos of neat art and family time. Am working on some ideas for a small curio cabinet with lots of compartments but they won't be nearly as clever as yours. But I can strive!