My husband and I had bonus time during the week to work on our art projects. It is one of the silver linings of not gathering with family during US Thanksgiving. We did gather virtually. In fact we were able to gather in a way that wouldn’t have happened if restrictions didn’t exist. There were attendees from four states in the US plus a family from Oxford, England. Meals varied by family unit, most favoring a nod to traditional fare. We opted for non traditional and had “The Best Vegan Pot Pie“. It was scrumptious.
I focused on, no surprise, pushing forward on making blocks for Cautiously Optimistic. Does the image look different from how you remember Cautiously Optimistic? My husband opted to photograph it upside down for a different perspective. I forgot to flip it when I edited the photo. Rather than rework the image I thought you might enjoy seeing how a different feel is achieved through orientation.
Your Opinion, Please
Opinions are always welcome. What do you think? Should the dark side be on the left or right. Once you have decided be sure to include your thinking in the comments.
Work Resumes on Lola’s Lair
My husband, who loves to be known by laundry list of titles, got to work on Lola’s Lair. Since I introduced Lola’s Lair, he has shingled the roof, added some gold trim, and planted vines making their way up the face of the house. This means he’s a roofer, carpenter, painter and gardener.
Aren’t those vines fun? He created them by twisting twine, stiffening it slightly with thinned Elmer’s Glue, then cutting out leaves from green painter’s tape. Lola has yet to take up residence, but she is definitely curious about the whole process.
I am linking up with Nina Marie’s Off the Wall Fridays.