I also happen to be the wife of a cop.
I ALSO happen to love plays on words.
In that moment, Monday Mugshots was born.
Monday Mugshots is a Facebook Project, where every Monday, people can visit Monday Mugshots' facebook page, and share a shot of their tea, coffee or even beer mugs. Take the picture any day of the week, share on the Facebook Page on Monday! (if you don't have a FB account, and still want to share, see the bottom of this post)
If you play along, be sure to tag your pictures with Monday Mugshots on Facebook! I'll do my best to keep pictures from everyone loaded onto my Monday Mugshots Pinterest board. :)
For those of you that might like to play, but don't have a facebook account:
Please DO play with us!! Share you link here!!
I can't believe this season is over... the last jr high game for some of these boys. Boys that I love with all my Momma heart. I'm thankful. Thankful for the friendships formed. Thankful for their kind hearts and thoughtfulness towards Macs as they included him as a member of the team. Thankful most of all to the man that coached them. Who taught them to play as one. Work as one. To be a team with integrity. Who showed them with his actions that winning NEVER comes before his players, or the team. I doubt he'll ever understand just how much that means to those kids.
I am officially a member of the Creative Paperclay® modeling material Design TEAM!! I'm so excited!! I can't wait to play with all the clay that has come to my house already!! For the next six months, I'll be sharing projects and tips on the Creative Paperclay® blog! Let the FUN begin!! Check out the blog today, and see the group of gals I will get to work with this term!
I have been using Creative Paperclay® for about four years now, since the moment I first learned about it, while taking an on line doll making class. Since that time, I've made many dolls, and had them published in several Stampington publications!!
My term as a member of the Amazing Mold Putty design team opened the doors to a totally new area of Creative Paperclay®. I have ideas about how to use paperclay along with MOLDS and I started with BATS.
Originally, I thought I would make a mold of some bat wings from some toy bats from the Dollar Tree, but when I bought the toys, they really didn't have the right look. They LOOKED like toys. I could see that even a good paint job wouldn't change that. So I started thinking...
And since I love sculpting, I decided to try sculpting a wing, and if THAT turned out, I decided to make my mold from there.
Here's what I made. Click on any of the images below to view them larger.
For starters, my supply list:
- Creative Paperclay®
- Freezer Paper
- Amazing Mold Putty
- Vintage table runner or doily
- Dictionary pages
- Bits and Baubles
- Vintage wooden pant hanger
- Acrylic Paints
I even used Amazing Mold Putty to make a mold of some bones I collected, and bound one to the vintage pant hanger I used to hang the piece... I also used some metal bits and a vintage key to add some interest at the top of the piece.
I would LOVE to be able to share this logo in my sidebar saying I'm part of their design team!!