19 December 2007

the excitement that is my life

Right now I'm painting a life-size donkey and lamb on pink styrofoam insulation. Just in case you wondered what I do on Wednesdays, there it is.

9 comments:

~love said...

hmmm...can't wait to see pictures of that. =)
we've been doing laundry and baked & decorated sugar cookies...since we're throwing it out there.

Melissa said...

And... so... um... where are the pictures of such marvelous creations??

Jen said...

Snort. I've been there. Literally. The pink styrofoam insulation is AWESOME for sets...making the assumption that this is for a Christmas pagent of some type. Can't wait to see your handy work. :)

Kimberly said...

I find that mildly disturbing.

Kam said...

Sweet! We've all got our things right? Yours are donkeys and pigs! ;) Sounds like a great Wednesday to me!! Painting can be somewhat therapeutic!

Overachiever said...

I stumbled across your blog and enjoy reading it. I'm trying to redo the layout of my blog and I really like the way your is laid out, with the red background and the white in the middle. How did you get the two-toned layer to work? I've tried playing around with the code, but the minima layout is all one color. Any insight would be greatly appreciated!

Oh, and I love the page headers with the blog title - they're so cute! Do you make them in photoshop?

A's Mom said...

Hope you have a wonderful birthday! My son's and my husband's are this week and are only 4 days apart. Tell me that doesn't make for a special Christmas every year!

Tayasmama said...

Haha sweet :) You know we wanna see it right???

Overachiever said...

I stumbled across your blog and enjoy reading it. I'm trying to redo the layout of my blog and I really like the way your is laid out, with the red background and the white in the middle. How did you get the two-toned layer to work? I've tried playing around with the code, but the minima layout is all one color. Any insight would be greatly appreciated!

Oh, and I love the page headers with the blog title - they're so cute! Do you make them in photoshop?