It’s official! Kiah and I will be participating in June’s Art Walk here in Portland, ME next Saturday on June 7. I set up a website which has photos of some of our work but is still a huge work in process. Please check it out!
This weekend, I planted some green stuff. I have absolutely no experience with planting or potting but have been admiring all of the beautiful flowers that are sprouting up around the neighborhood. Flowers just put me in a happy mood. Does this mean I’m getting older? Either way, I wanted to share some of the flowers and shrubs I potted over the weekend.
I also found that playing in dirt was surprisingly stress-relieving. Getting back to nature feels so good. Am I right?
This little guy helped me out. His name is Wallace and yes, he’s for hire. 🙂
Have a good week!
If you know the joys of owning a pet, you will most definitely relate to this blog entry and DIY project for two reasons: 1. you know that animals are better people than humans and 2. being super pet-parent cheesy is the greatest.
Here is a recent photo of my two sweet little terriers, Polly & Wallace.
Though they are similar in appearance, their personalities are wildly different. Polly, the West Highland Terrier (left), is polite, independent, proper, and mostly mild-mannered with the exception of chasing small to medium sized rodents. Wallace, the Cairn Terrier (right), is a total lovebug. If you sit down in our apartment, he is on your lap in lickety split. Wallace is sensitive to his surroundings and easily distracted. Here is another photo of Wallace from a previous post. To sum them up, Polly is consistently calm & cool and Wallace is a spaz. We have grown to love both of them equally for different reasons and just like in all relationships, there is adapting and compromising involved.
This DIY (adapted from here) is to capture your furry friends and display them for all to see! For this project, you will need:
Doggy DIY Materials:
-2 5×7 frames (mine are from Ikea $1.99 a pop)
-2 sheets of 4×6 cardstock
-black craft paint
-decent ink pen
-doggy paws ( not pictured)
-napkins for clean-up (not pictured)
Step 1: Apply the paint to your brush and cover your pup’s paw with it. Lighter strokes turn out better for the print.
Step 4: Place in frame!
There you have it! Simple pieces that actually mean something to you! I’m so excited to hang mine up. I’d love to know if you have other awesome pet project ideas!