Saturday, November 07, 2009
I was looking around on some of my bookmarks, and always amazed at what artist do. look at what Don Marco can do with Crayons. www.themastercrayonartist.com
Wednesday, August 19, 2009
This is the Center piece I made For the 9th Annual Juried Art Exhibition from
recycle Stuff. Except for the core board I had to make the 9th with. Or I would have used scrap blue Dow board from House construction, TIP-(Dow board I have used a lot to make Props for plays when I did that. If you peal the plastic wrap off it can be painted on with house paint or Acrylic paint. (not spray paint, it will melt) But I was all out of that.
Tuesday, August 18, 2009
Saturday, August 01, 2009
Had a great Session today in figure drawing I need lots of practice or I would post my work.
That said, here are 2 of my Sessions buds webs- check them out. Jeff is High energy experienced and Frank you never know what will come out of his imagination. Speed on over and give them a poke.
We have a great time, and have interesting models. hey if you live in the area Come on out!
I may just have more time to post. Any how I HAD A Zippy Fun Day!
Thursday, July 30, 2009
Well I am on my second batch. Everyone likes it so far clothes are clean and fresh. Zote is an interesting soap Check out the site www.zote.com.mx Save you Some money and don't take long to make.
10 gallon bucket with lid
med size cooking Pan
wooden spoon just for this
I found that on of those HAND Held BRAUN Just for this. come in handing while you slowly melt the Zote soap.
1 cup Washing Soda- Arm and hammer. I cant find this in my limited town so I used regualer cheap laundry detergent for now but I used more
. 1/2 cup Borax
1 Soap bar _I used Pink Zote 14 oz bar I found at Big Lots. It has a slight smell of citranilla( My Husband swears it keeps mosquitoes away) You can use Napa or any bar laundry soap.
- Grate the bar soap and add to a large saucepan with hot water. Stir over medium-low heat until soap dissolves and is melted.
- Fill a 10 gallon pail half full of hot water. Add the melted soap, Borax and Washing soda, stir well until all powder is dissolved. Top the pail up with more hot water.
- Use 1 cup per load, stirring soap before each use (will gel).
- You can add drops of what ever aroma smell you like.
It sure is a money saver. I