This piece, along with five other small works of art from other artists is on display at the entrance to Vague, a backroom gallery in Daley’s Clothing. Daley’s Clothing is in Sugar House, 817 East 2100 South, Salt Lake City, UT.
If you loved the giant earrings on the runway you for Fall 2015, than you’ve got make yourself a pair of these Agate Earrings. You only need 3 things to create them and they are super simple to make.… Continue Reading
I’ve been loving all the coffee body scrub samples in beauty boxes the last year, but as I read through the ingredients, I realized I had all of them in my kitchen. It only took me one shot and I was able to make myself an awesome body scrub.
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These tassel bracelets are easy to make. They’ll hold up to wear and tear better than most tassels because of the Chinese Knotting Cord used to make them.
I originally planned to make them in bright colors to layer with my fishtail and wavy friendship bracelets. But then the metallic colors of cord looked so good with the gold bracelets that I couldn’t resist. Neon will come later. … Continue Reading
Last weeks prompt was super hard for me. To recap from the newsletter, the prompt was to listen to Take Five by Dave Brubeck with your eyes closed and your sketchbook or journal in hand. Then when it’s over, open your eyes and go… create!
This method usually works extremely well for me with classical or jazz music. This time was tough. I think it was because Take Five is pretty much my all time favorite song. I was pretty sure he wrote it about me, you know, before I was born. I looked it up and the rhythm is actually inspired by something pretty unexpected, which I won’t tell you. Because, when I sat down to do the exercise, nothing fresh came. The only thing I could think about it what actually inspired the rhythm of the song.
Lesson learned. With this exercise you need to use shuffle, the radio or have a stranger pick the song for you.
How did it go for you? Did you love the song as much as me?