Monthly Archives: January 2012

Fused Glass Ornaments

Right around Thanksgiving, I started thinking about going back to the glass workshop to make a few Christmas presents, and got the bright idea to make Christmas ornaments!  Unfortunately, I didn’t have Gavin take pictures of all the ones I … Continue reading

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Artist to Watch: Sharon Shock, oil painter

Last year I decided to finally give my brother and sister-in-law their wedding present, essentially after two years of marriage.  Carrie, my sister-in-law, said that they needed artwork for their walls, particularly on their first floor.  I said ok before … Continue reading

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Brown Butter Winter Citrus Pancakes

As a super huge fan of citrus, I loved this recipe I found on a blog I follow and have made it several times.  When people learn that when I make pancakes or waffles on the weekends from scratch, they seem … Continue reading

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Wisemen Watercolor Painting

This past year I was fortunate, again, to be contacted by Glenmary Home Missioners to paint their Christmas and Easter artwork for their annual appeals.  I so love working with Glenmary, as it takes my love and interest in the … Continue reading

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Back from snoozing

As my sister-in-law Carrie pointed out to me today, it has been awhile since my last post.  And it has nothing to do with not having any creative ventures going on.  Actually, this past fall saw me really busy. Right … Continue reading

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