Monday, December 26, 2011

New Clay Pendants and a new Blogspot for All My Clay Projects

Good morning!

I've got new items up on my website at Easy As Pie Daily Graphics, so go check them out for your scrapbooking needs.

This post today is to introduce to you to my new Blogspot called Cjs Clay and Art Scraps. It features my clay projects with a little art scrapping thrown in. I hope you'll check it out.

The first picture is a pendant I made called Curly Top. Red haired, rosy-cheeked, with lightly browned lips on a child face, set on a dark green heart base with a few white dots thrown in for accents.

She's beautiful.

This second item is called Market Woman. She's in the market place, negotiating for the items she wants, which she is sure to get. She looks polite and ready to haggle. She is unfinished for now, until I decide whether or not to make a pendant out of her.

This third pendant is called Face 1. I didn't give her any other name yet, but she is grand, and one of my personal favorites.

This little clown is not a pendant, and remains unfinished to date. He could be a magnet for a fridge or as an accent on a card. He's very colorful, and he's sitting on a tangled pattern I recently did.

The last pendant is featured on 12/26/11 of Cjs Clay and Art Scraps, and it is a striking pendant. To read more about it, go check out the new blogspot.

On the new blogspot, you'll also find a face project, step by step, that I did for 12/25/11. To find out even more about it ... you can go to the blog on my website, which has bigger pictures, and much more detail about it. You can find that by going here:

I hope you check out all my blogs and website.

I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas yesterday, and that you got what you wanted!!!

I know I did!



Friday, November 25, 2011

Quick Frames for Scrapbooking

Good morning!

It's Black Friday, and I imagine everyone is out shopping ... except me! I hate to shop, and dread starting my Christmas shopping. I love to give gifts; I just hate all the running around and trying to find the right thing.

So Happy Shopping to all you shoppers!

As for me; I think I'll just stay home and ... create!

Today's creation is a type of quick template, without all my writing over it, that can be used by you ... insert a picture where the yellow flower is, and viola! A personalized picture. Add your own words.

I actually created this quick frame for blogger, but I do have another very pretty one posted over at Easy As Pie Daily Graphics for 11/25/11. Run over and check it out.

I've started EAPDG blog ... on my website, and today, I shared how I get my inspiration for shading and colors. You might find it an interesting read. And, if you do, why not leave a comment at the end of that particular article. It doesn't post online, but I can add your comments if you wish them to be added. Basically, it just sends me an email, letting me know a comment was made so I can read it.

While I use my graphics for lots of things, I love to use them in my scrapping and scrapbooking. I use them in my cards, in my sculpey, and any way I can think to use them.

Why NOT snag them for your own scrapping projects? Put them in your scrapbook. Cut them out, paste them onto cardboard or thicker papers and add them as decorations to your creations. It's lots of fun!

I really love creating. And one day, when I can finally retire, I hope to be creating FULL TIME.

If you have a frame I've posted that you'd like to have a picture of a loved one in, please write me, and send me the picture. After its created, you will get the jpg back, as well as a word document with the picture posted inside for you to print out on photo paper. It's very easy to do. Frame it; give it as a gift! They're marvelous!

After all, YOU deserve the BEST!

Thanksgiving was wonderful yesterday. We had a lovely meal, and a very restful day. So much to be thankful for. I heard from all 3 of my children; and that is always such a blessing.

One thing I'm thankful for are joyful surprises! On Tuesday, after working way late, then stopping by my daughters, and finally the grocery, I was so tired I could hardly wait to get home.

Bending down to read items on a shelf, a little elderly lady came around the corner. She kind of stopped, and looked at me. All of a sudden, she said, "My! What beautiful hair you have!" Immediately a smile crossed my face, and I gushed, "Thank you!" It was such a little thing, but such a joyful surprise. She'll never know how much she brightened my hard day! "Thank you, whoever you are. It was so thoughtful and kind!"

The next time I notice something extraordinary about someone ... I'm going to tell them. Joy can surprise you when you least expect it!

Blessings to you.

free graphics for your scrapbooking projects
Come and enjoy!

Thursday, November 24, 2011

Good Thanksgiving morning to you all!

While I have been away from blogspot for awhile, I am still creating daily. Sometimes I don't get it on even my website, but I'm happy to announce that all of November is up including today over at Easy As Pie Daily Graphics!

The picture above is just a few of the items posted over the last 2 months. October has only a half a month posted.

Halloween came and went.

Now, it's the day to give thanks. Of course, we are thankful every day. There is so much to be thankful for.

It will be a nice, easy day for me. No cooking. But we will still celebrate!

While we are being thankful for all the good in our life, remember to also be greatful for the bad! We learn our lessons from the bad times.

I know when I make a major mistake, I think, "I don't want to do that again!", and I begin planning a way to NOT let it happen again. Solving problems is one of the things I am thankful for. I thank God for the mind he has given me, and all my abilities.

When your cloud is heavy and grey, look for it's silver lining. Balancing out the bad with the good aspects really do help ... and it makes us much happier! Turn your bad memories ... into good ones.

Have a blessed day.

Head over to Easy As Pie Daily Graphics, and pick up the free graphics!

Enjoy; God bless.

Free graphics
Scrapbooking items to use for your scrapping projects

Friday, September 9, 2011

Card-U R So Invited!

Good morning,

The card for today is: U R So Invited! I still have a lot of MY favorite black and white, but with a burst of color mixed in.

Reading tidbit for today:
As we get older, we tend to get arthritis in our joints. I know this to be true personally.

70% of us can supposedly get relief, just by eating 20 gin-soaked GOLDEN raisins every day for one month; and then just 9 every day after that! Wow! Sounds yummy to me! And fairly easy. Just remember to prepare your raisins ahead of time and store them an air-tight container in the fridge.

Pour gin to just cover raisins. Let soak till the gin evaporates (several weeks), and store.

You can find this tip in Woman's World, 9/12/11, page 16: NATURAL HEALTH-No more aches and pains! Read it ... to learn more!

Have a great day!

Cj ... (I hope to begin posting again today; starting with Sept. 1st!) Enjoy!

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Time Stands Still ... in lots of areas for me right now

Good morning,

I am off this week, and I am playing with a different creation angle. This design above is for a future birthday card front. It takes a little more time, play, and thought, but I like it.

This is a closeup of the next card front. I don't have a specific use for it yet, but I love how it feels. While I DO love color, I've always been very drawn to black and white and shades in between, and this one just fits the bill for me. I just love it!

And last ... the completed design for this card front. Don't know how I'm using it yet ... but I will use it! How would you show it off?

My drivers for my sound card are gone on my computer! Darn. I had tried to post a video (for family) on my website yesterday, only to find I had no sound. I thought it was my program, but alas, while doing some research today on my drawing endeavors, I tried to view a video; only to find that again! There was no sound. A quick peek from my husband revealed the problem. And, I lost a monitor two days ago, and my husband replaced it with another one he had stored.

I use dual screens at home and at work. It is so much easier to research while working.

Most of this week's weather has been totally blah! Cloudy, rain off and on, and just plain ugh!!! Makes me NOT want to go out.

I'd love some feedback on my new designs! What do you think?

Have a terrific day!!!


currently ... on hold

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

August and September Graphics

Good afternoon,

One more post featuring a few items I've done in the last month and a half. This one is from September and was done yesterday, I believe.

It's a card front.

I still enoy creating my own fantasty cartoons, and here is Frederick; mild mannered Frederick. Good for another card.

This is a Cosmic Blob character named Libby. I've shown you some abbreviated steps in creating her. And then again, Frederick, with bigger feet and a different face. His left hand could be holding a spear.

This final creation is from August, and it's a story creation. This actually happened to me one night on the way home from work. Before I totally forgot about it, I decided to capture the memory in a journal block.

Enjoying the process ... as always.


currently on hold

New things-New Perspective: Direction changing!

Good afternoon,

It's been awhile ... I know. I have not kept up with my website, and don't even know at this point whether I will continue with it.

Between work, and all the things I enjoy doing, it gets all kind of over-whelming, and I don't even know how many people really even look at it or use it.

Today's blog is featuring some new things I'm doing. The above frame is very pretty, I think. To see just a few of the items that went into this creation, see the next picture.

This pictures features just a few of the 36 items I created as individual items that I then put together to complete a finished creation, such as the first picture.

Since I've started zentangling, I'm looking at my artwork in a totally new way. I like the road I'm traveling right now. It's a totally new perspective on my idea of creating ... and I'm loving it.

I used another version of this creation in a framework for a 50th wedding anniversary picture I just did for a family member. It's basically the first picture, but a little MORE ... and one done with a black background, and another with a white background.

There's been nothing new posted in over a month at Easy As Pie Daily Graphics. Still thinking about the direction I am going.

Until I know more ... I'll be posting here at the blog, and sharing some of my journey. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.



currently on hold

Sunday, July 24, 2011

Cj's Zen Poppers--Inspirationals from Zentangles

Good morning,

I don't know if I've written about this yet; maybe I have. I recently came across a link for, and starting reading it. I joined their newsletter.

The term zentangle is coined/owned by Rick and Maria, but it is an artform that has been around a long time.

Reading other sites/forums, I've found that people have been doing this doodle thing but there never was a tradename for it before Maria and Rick. I suggest you check out their site.

Being as I love doodles, and I'm sure you've know, if you read very many of my posts, I like scribble drawing. But this whole concept of all the patterns in a layout has really revved up my creations. I just love it.

The first one featured here was done on 7/22/11. It is recommended that you do one each day, as it's very relaxing.

You can buy a starter kit at, but I just use index cards, the smaller size, and a regular ballpoint pen. I use my lighted magnifying light to help me see it really close up. I start my outline just however I feel, and after it is done, I go back and fill it in.

These are hand-drawn, and although my hands are shaky, I am finding that practicing this art form has actually helped me get more control over my tremors.

I have also done these digitally. Since I love doing my own graphics, patterns, etc., I use my own elements that I've created to fill them in. I will post a few of the digital zen poppers next.

If you are looking for patterns to use to fill in with, there is a zentangle pattern site too! There is an alphabetical list of all the pattern names, as well as pictures with them. They show you how to do them, step by step. It is fantastic.

I carry my cards in a ziplock baggie, and take them wherever I go. When I have a free minute, I grab a pen and start coloring one of the pattern outlines in. It's hard to stop once you get started.

This zen popper was done on 7/21/11. I often place another blank index card over the part of the drawing where my hand touches to make sure I don't smear it. I bought a very thin-lined sharpie for detail work, but left the top off, and it dried out. Too expensive to keep replacing those. I'll stick to the standard ball point pen.

This fish was done on 7/13/11. I think you can see the progression of how much my layouts have changed each day.

I have always seen shapes and graphics in clouds, woodwork, floor tiles, and in almost anything, anywhere! And darn! It's really bad now (but in a good way). I am seeing them everywhere. It's good to carry a stack of index cards, so when I see one, I can jot it down for future use.

I hope you've enjoyed these ... and do checkout and zentangle patterns. Excellent resources. Even if you can't draw ... you can zentangle!



7/24/11: Glancing back at last week's graphics

Good morning,

I've put many of the graphics I made throughtout the week into this one picture above. These are just some of the graphics that you can pick up over at Easy As Pie Daily Graphics.

It was a busy week.

On Friday, I kept batting at a nat that kept flying off my right eye. As I walked with a friend, I finally asked her to look at my right eye and see if it looked okay. She did, and she said, "Yes. It looks fine. Why?"

I told her about the nat. She laughed and said, "Oh! You've got a floater!"

"A what???", I asked. "What is that?"

She explained that it's some dirt that get into the eye fluid and causes you to see floating dot/s. I had never heard of such a thing.

Luckily, it doesn't bother me much indoors because there's so many colors. But go outside into the sunshine, and there's that nat buzzing around my right eye. Ugh! I hate it.

My husband has said that he has had them, and he said that they go away. I need to do a little research, because everyone else said, "Nope. There's nothing you can do for them. They aren't noticeable over time; you get used to them."

I've really been into black and white graphics lately as well as black and white pendants and earrings. Black and white just are so grabbing. Many people really notice the black and white jewelry.

We had rain this morning. Thunder, lightning, and a pretty hard rain. It's been several days, so it was a good thing. My garden loves it, and I don't have to water it or the flowers when we have rain.

I hope you'll take a look at the graphics and see if there's any you wish you use. They are free.

Have a great week!


Sunday, July 17, 2011

Happy Birthday to a Very Special Woman and A Very Special Surprise For Me

Happy Birthday to you --- Kathy!

I hope it will be a wonderful, terrific day for you to celebrate in.

This is the sculpey pendant and earring set I made for Kathy's birthday. I just love black and white, and it goes with almost anything. I hope you get many hours of fun out of wearing my gift.

And here is the quick little card I did for Kathy using Poor Baby 11-0716-12b. In the previous post, he was only in black and white outlines. I like to leave many of my graphics like that so you can print them and color them with colors you prefer.

Happy Birthday again, Kathy!

And to the rest of you ... have a great Sunday, also.


P.S. Yesterday, I had a blast from my past. Hi, Joann! I was cleaning out my spam box in my email and ran across an old friend's email sent to me back in January of this year. I was so tickled to read it ... and quickly responded. Being as it had been so long since she sent it, I wasn't sure how quick a reply I would get. I included my cell phone number ... and she called me. I had a wonderful chat with her for about 20-30 minutes. She is currently away, but when she returns, we will have a lunch together!

Thanks, Joann! It was so wonderful hearing from you!

More free scrapbooking graphics

Good morning, again.

I find weekends to be the best time for me to post, as I have more free time then. But, I'm trying to get you caught up on everything that's over at my website since I last posted.

This first item is a Bow Frame or Journal Box. It would fit well on a girl baby birth announcement card! It's posted on 7/15/11.

This second art graphic is called Flower Frame, posted on 7/16/11. I love the design of it. What do you think?

And again last ... there always has to be a last -- but not least, is one of my characters from a series I call "Poor Baby". This one is 11-0716-12b. I used him on a birthday card for my daughter-in-law, Kathy, whose birthday is TODAY! Happy birthday, Kathy! (I'll feature the card in the next post, along with a picture of her birthday gift that I made just for her. She's such a striking gal!)

I will feature several other Poor Babies over the next few days.

Hope you'll have a wonderful day today!


Free Graphics For Scrapbooking

Good Sunday morning to you all,

It's been a busy week for me, but I've pictured some graphics that are posted on my website that you are free to pick up and use.

This first is a frame, posted on 7/11: Eye Diamond Frame. It would also make a good card front.

This is Owl Flourish posted for 7/12/11. This would look good in a signature or on a card. Put it on stationary!

This was posted on 7/13, and is called Apple-i-cious! Very cute addition to my graphics.

And last, but not least is my Heart posted 7/14/11.

Hope you can find a use for some of these graphics! Add them to your scrapbooking!

Have fun!


Sunday, July 10, 2011

ZenPOP Fantasy Fun

Good afternoon,

I am posting two days today, Saturday and Sunday. The zenPOP picture at the top is for today.

This little mushroom also came out of my zenPOP graphic for today. For Sunday.

And this one is from Saturday. This one is done in 2 versions. Still NOT exactly a zentangle yet, but so much fun!

The full Sunday picture is over at my website, so go check it out.
Hope you had a fantastic weekend! I did!


Saturday, July 9, 2011

Clay Yourself Website, and Border Frame

Good evening!

Yes. It is the weekend, and I've been claying most of the day. I did get my website up for Friday, 7/8. On it, you will find this exciting website:! You can make a clay avatar of yourself or ... someone you wanna be! Go check it out. (The above picture is what I did with it! Also, she's wearing ONE OF MY PENDANTS, which you can choose one for yourself free. Check out the website for June and July pendants!)

This picture above is a border frame, and it is the FREE graphic for today over at Easy As Pie Daily Graphics. Run pick it up! Scrap with it!

The day is ending, and tomorrow is Sunday. I still have one day left to create. I still have to work in some cleaning and laundry, ugh! I'd rather create!

Our weather was beautiful ... I hope yours was, too!



Thursday, July 7, 2011

Border and Decos Flowers for Today's Creation: Win a free pendant!

Good morning!

Today's creation: a gold border, and a flower deco. There are 3 versions of this flower on my website today for 7/7/11 and another larger deco flower. The gold border is longer. This is a partial view. The items are part of yesterday's offerings.

Hope you have a fantastic day!


Win a free pendant! Yes, I said free! Take a look at the pendants at my website, and give me your opinion through email. Choose the pendant of your choice and email me your address. I will send it off! Only one to a person -- for the first five people.

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Problems Are Your Chance to Shine Graphic

Good morning,

Scrapbooking is a fun way to express yourself. You put so much of YOU into it!

Ever scrapbook a problem? Or, the solution to a problem? Here's a little graphic decoration for you to use, if you wish. You can see more over at my website.

I hope you have a chance to shine today!


Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Smiles Change Lives: Put One On Today!

Good morning,

Smiles are so different! Some are wide open and exciting, while others are closed-lipped and tight. Some smiles are even crooked!

A smile does a body good. It makes you feel better, and it's contagious when received by others.

This bright, vibrant little work of art would make a wonderful addition to a scrapbooking project/page. If you like it, please grab it, and use it; absolutely FREE.

I hope it makes YOU SMILE!

Have a great Tuesday!


Sunday, July 3, 2011

July Pendants: Nine to see ... a glimpse of some in the making

Good morning,

July is here ... and I have 9 July pendants up. I have my favs, of course.

In the picture above, there are 4 views.

The top picture is just a decoration. The view to the right is 11-07--0009. The lower left view is all nine of the July pendants, to date, in a Laughing Cow container. It stores them so nicely.

The bottom right view is some stones that are ready to be placed into a pendant. You would not believe the number of stones (out of clay) that I've already created. That is my favorite part of the creating process.

I still have tons of unbaked items, sitting on my desk on little index cards. I bake them on the index cards.

Each stone will go through 2-3 bakes. I put aluminum foil over the baking clay pendants to keep them from scorching.

Like my graphics, I get hours and hours of fun from doing this type of creating. The time just gets away from me. I can easily put in 8 to 12 hours doing these activities, so my weekends go so fast.

People notice the pendants wherever I go. Many people have said, "You need to sell them." I am looking to start a small business doing just that, and if I have enough interest, I will definitely start that. That may be before the end of this year. Maybe sooner. I am getting my inventory together now, so I'll have something to offer when I do that.

What do you think?


Final June Pendants: 0018 and 0019

Good morning!

Here are the last two pendants for June. Pendant 0018 is just gorgeous. Both have beaded bail wires to attach to a chain or ribbon.

Over all, some very striking necklaces for June!

I hope you enjoyed viewing them!


Pendants of June: 0014 thru 0017

Good morning,

Almost through the set of pendants I created for June.

My favorite in this set is 0016. It is wire wrapped, which I learned to do from a video online. It was much easier to do than I thought it would be, although it did take some patience. I love the transparency nature this one has, although 0014 and 0015 also have this feature.

The picture on 0015 is not as good. It is for my granddaughter, as this is the one she fell in love with. My daughter also like it.

Pendant 0017 was another wire wrap that holds the created pendant firmly in place. A little more rustic, but I do like the colors together: Purple, orange, yellow and green.

One more set, and that will wrap up June 2011.

Have a great day.


Third set of June Pendants: 0010 thru 0013

Good morning!

Another set of June's Pendants. I took these pictures with my picture phone, as I found it actually took better "smaller, detailed" pictures than my Canon PowerShot SX100 IS.

Pendant 0010 is too delicate to actually wear due to the attenna of the butterfly, but it would be beautiful on a small ribbon, hanging on the edge of a baby frame as decoration. It is adorable.

Out of this set, I'm particularly fond of 0011 and 0013. 0011 has just a simple wire for it's bail while the others are beaded. 0012 and 0013 have different types of ribbon, but that can be swapped out for other types of ribbons.

0011 thru 0013 were created several years ago, but were sticky. I had not baked them long enough. I rebaked them after adding some new designs to each. Each pendant has a high glossed finish.

Have a great day. The pictures of the pendants are bigger on my website.


June's Clay Pendants:0005 thru 0009


Another set of pendants created for June.

Pendant 0006 was given to a co-worker. She wore it almost every day last week as she dearly loved it. "It's so smooth", she declares. She loves the feel of it as well as the fact that is extremely light.

When I first started creating with Sculpey clay, I had many of my beginning creations TURN STICKY. I learned over the years, I wasn't firing them long enough. Pendants are fairly small, and when they come out of the oven, they should feel very light. I have been able to fix the stickyness of older items made simply by rebaking them. I let them cool completely, and then glaze with a high finish.

Some people like small pendants; and others like bigger pendants. My daughter tends to like bigger items.

I love all of these; but I'd have to say that 0005 is my favorite. Both 0005 and 0007 have a very nice transparency in them. All of these have beaded wire bails.

They're pretty!


Pretty pendants for June 2011: 0001 thru 0004

Good morning, again!

I know I am doing less in graphics lately. In fact, I pretty much skipped the month of June. I just needed a rest. I've simplied what I'm doing to some degree.

I am spending most of my time creating and designing clay pendants.

Above, you can see 11-06--0001 through 0004. All four of these have coordinating beads on their bail (or wire used to attach to chain or ribbon). 0001 reminds me of a field of flowers. I love 0002 and 0004. 0003 took a along time to create. It's a bird flying.

Altogether, I have 19 pendants for June on Easy As Pie Daily Graphics. I will post other pictures, as I think they are so pretty. I often give the pendants as gifts. I'm sure I've shown you pictures of pendants that I've sent to my daughters-in-law. My daughter has a few now, too, as well as my granddaughter. Several people at work have some pendants, too.

Some are smooth the feel: 0002 and 0004. 0001 and 0003 are textured when felt.

That's it. Have a great day!


Patterns in Flowers

Good morning,

A patterned flower can add interest and texture to your graphics.

Today, I am offering the settings I used to achieve this patterned flower. To see more, just head over to Easy As Pie Daily Graphics. It's in 7/3/11's menu.

From the menu page of daily graphics, you just click each day and it opens. Simply click it closed, as each day opens in it's own window, but the menu page remains open. It's a simple and fast way to view the days without having to maneuver back or forward. Easier for me, too!

Here is a smaller picture of all 3 flowers finished, and the pattern that was used in the upper left picture. The lower right shows a pattern I'd created already and the flower merged together (left). The picture to the right of it, is fthe final pattern, and then the settings below them both. It's bigger on EAPDG.

I do use Paint Shop Pro, vs. 9, but I'm sure the ideas are pretty much the same in other programs.

Hope you find this useful in your creations. I also tell you in today's sharing, how to put the pattern in the flowers.

Have a terrific Sunday!


Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Camp News Teaser / Postcard for Little Campers

Good morning,

Kids going off to camp for a week this summer? Check out the postcard I made for my own granddaughter whose going off to "horse" camp in July. (See the full postcard at She just has to check mark items and drop it in the mailbox. Several cards will come addressed with several different addresses of relatives who wish to know how she's doing, and each will have a stamp afixed. Simple things for kids.

I hope you'll check it out!


Monday, June 20, 2011

Easy As Pie Daily Graphics -- See the steps to finished creations

Good afternoon --

I am on vacation this week! And time off always leads to looking at new ways to promote my site, Easy As Pie Daily Graphics.

Bye, bye ... to the 3 free graphics of the day. Instead, a new approach.

Exercise your own creative bone by seeing some of the ways I come up with my original graphics.

The site has a fairly new look, although some old pages have been left up.

On this Monday, what I have is a "kind of tutorial", showing my step by step creation process.

As you can see from the picture above, a few steps can take you a long way.

This is kalei woman 10. She is a creation I would use.
But this is kalei woman 9, and she is my favorite -- out of the two.

She is noseless for now, but that would be a simple step ... when I have a use for her.

Hope you'll run over and take a look around at the new site. Let me know what you think.

On Thursday, I will be celebrating my 61st birthday; hence the vacation week. I started the tradition last year, and it was so wonderful, that I decided to do it again this year.

I came home sick after 2 1/2 hours work on Thursday. I had a fall a couple of weeks ago, and now my left knee has been "kickin' up a little pain". It was a slow day on Thursday, so I took some sick time. Unfortunately, I was having some back pain from changing my gait, which accelerated on Friday. I spent the day in bed.

I've also found that laying on our new couch is not good for my body. It is not completely flat, and when I lie down, it throws my knees out of alignment. I woke up after a nap yesterday, only to have stiff, painful knees again. It was truly an "ah-ha" moment.

We had a lovely, 2 hour visit, on Father's Day -- yesterday, at my daughters. All fathers were present, or at least the important ones ... and my son and Kathy were there also. It was a wonderful visit as we watched Emma walk around the room and be cute and funny. My oldest granddaughter made a tent in the loft, and we took turns going up to investigate it and sit in it with her. Good job, Taylor.

Hope you all have a great day.

Note: There will not be tutorials showing my creation process everyday. Some days, it will be just a graphic to share. It depends a lot on time, energy, and no problems publishing.

If you like the new idea of sharing the creation process, be sure to drop me a line!

Cj /

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