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Friends ask me if I’ve seen the latest episode of such-and-such or gorged myself upon the latest streaming series. They’re usually terrified or at least concerned for my well being when I admit to the crap that I actually pipe … Continue reading
This post is sort of an addendum to my earlier post. It’s the digital cherry on my analog sundae.
More fun with Derwent’s water soluble pencils and the Sketchbook from Heaven.
We’re having a little trouble letting go of Halloween at the Casa De Willceau. We had a lot of fun this year building Lloyd’s costume and taking him out on Halloween night. We got a lot of raves and a … Continue reading
Another set of earrings made this week.
These fellows don’t look like Capewell or any one of his relatives, but they may have been doing work on his house in Southern New Jersey. Unlike the subjects in last week’s post, these guys are smiling. They must be … Continue reading
It has become our tradition of sorts to make costumes that light up and have a coin-operated or vending machine theme. In years past, we have made a a candy machine, a jukebox and a fortune teller. This Halloween was … Continue reading
This year’s exploration of coin operated machinery – a bowling themed pinball machine. Happy Halloween everyone!!!
I never leave the house without two things – red lipstick and my point and shoot. I recently acquired a new camera, which was smaller than my old one and it’s case was too bulky for my bag. I decided … Continue reading
My niece Sophia just celebrated her first birthday, and since a girl is never too young to learn how to accessorize – I made some bows for her hair. These are basically a mini version of the bow tie with … Continue reading
A friend gave me this terrific crow patterned napkin a few weeks ago.
The time period of The Capewell Glass Negative Collection reminded me of a Christmas ornament I made fifteen years ago. In 1995, we bought a rowhome that was built in 1910. It’s a good house in a nice neighborhood, however … Continue reading
A bow tie should have it’s own storage box!