You make bath time oh so fun! My good friend Amber is having a baby and her shower was last weekend (hosted also by me and another one of our friends). I am not really a pastel girl, I wonder why people think pastels when they think of babies? Anyway Amber's nursery is Rubber Ducky themed. Perfect, bright yellows, oranges and blues. I found the perfect ducky fabric and then used a simple quilt pattern to showcase this theme.
The quilt pattern I used was called attic windows and here's how it turned out:
I free form quilted it
And for the backing I used the same ducky fabric:
For the baby shower I was in charge of either making or buying the corsage. I love a good challenge so I made it. I cut out one of the ducky's from the fabric then I used fabric stiffener to help it keep it's shape then worked around that:
I can't wait till "mini-Amber" arrives so I can give her lots of kisses and help out "first time mom" too! Congrats Amber and Tommy I love you all so much!
- I started this blog on November 23, 2009 just because I wanted to chronicle my artistic endeavors and see "in black and white" how many different directions my artistic brain would go. I challenged myself to try different mediums and that this blog could be a platform to post my achievements and failures. I cannot believe it's been six years now! Over the past 6 years I've learned a few things from writing this blog:1. Art is in my blood, I will always be thinking or doing something artistic2. About 80% of my work turns out better than the original idea3. I am not a fast artist, I have to start on an idea and then let it sit for a while4. It's OK that my "artsy" brain sometimes goes in 1,000 different directions at onceWith all of this said I now consider myself a mixed media artist because I a lot of my talents cross over into other projects I've already started; It's a great life and I wouldn't change anything about my crazy artistic brain!