Because of popular demand (well ... one request) I offer here a picture of the "Nuclear Powered Killer Rabbit" flag that was mentioned in my previous post. My little 11 year-old's were appropriately thrilled with the outcome and my work (many hours of it) was not done in vain. (Not to mention how fun it was to do). It must be noted that I did not draw the rabbit or design the flag. I just put it into fabric form because ...
well ... because that is what I do.
And now that I have your attention (and I bet I do), I want to point out that I have added a new section to my Etsy Shop of Sea Wall Art and have put these four beauties up for sale again.
If these colors and patterns are not a good fit in your home, you might consider them for your office. (Or your husband/spouse's office or your friend's office ... you get the idea.)
And by the way, I am having an ocean of fun with my Octopus Art at the moment.
So I am well aware that my blogging skills as of late have been less than stellar.
The truth is that I took some time out to make some things for my grand kids and ... the Boy Scouts. The work for my local 11-year old troop, involved sewing a flag that was embellished with a rabbit.
A Nuclear Powered Killer Rabbit to be specific.
But, I digress.
Before starting those other fun projects, I had already decided on my nextSea Quilts adventure and had already set aside my piles of fabric ... paint.
I decided to reprise my very first Art Quilt, which has long since sold and is no longer in my possession. I am pretty excited not to be starting from Square One, especially since Square Two (the fabric picking process) is my favorite Square of all.
And what is your favorite part of the creative process?