Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Yet Another Update!


I can't believe how quickly this piece is coming along! I think the leaves I have added gave it an almost Folk Art look. I really like it! I have named this piece Kileigh's Garden. I plan on adding a few more leaves and then figuring out what I want to do with the background. Not sure yet. I did add a few light blue beads in, but felt it detracted from the rest, so I tore it out. I love how you can do that so easily, rip-it rip-it! I don't think I will get much done today. I have a Mary Kay party to go to at Jess's house tonight. I get to see her, Courtney and Kileigh so that is a definite plus. Otherwise, I wouldn't be too thrilled. We have had several of these parties in the last year and I am Mary Kayed out! Hugs to everyone out there! I think I am going to do a Freebie Friday this week! I will let you know my plans for that tomorrow, along with what I will be giving away, so look for that!

PS. Maddux continues to do well. He is getting an antibiotic preventative every day now, so we will see how he does on that. It should lessen the frequency and or severity of his fevers. Keep your fingers crossed for us!

6 comments:

dochoamom said...

Tracey, This is just wonderful. Wanted to share with you that Kileigh shares my sons birthday. He is going to be 17 can't believe that... I love this idea of Kileigh's Garden... can't wait to see it all finished...

Courtney said...

This is turning out so well!! So much for me not being able to see it until its done! :) Love you see you tonight!

happyjacqui said...

What a wonderful way to celebrate your grand-daughter's first birthday, something she can treasure for the rest of her life. On top of all that, it is really beautiful!

pam T said...

oh Tracey, love how this is coming along! Definitely a folk art look to it (which I love), and (to me) it looks just about done! Very, very cool!
Hope the "legal" issues are resolving well...

turtlemoonbd said...

The pictures of Kileigh make wonderful flowers and I love the pretty blue you are using for the background. It seems to be a very happy piece made by a loving g\Grandma.

KV said...

Charming, wonderful piece, Tracey!


Kathy V in NM