When our daughter moved to Ohio (2,000 miles away), she gave us a big metal star that she had over her mantel as she thought it might get damaged in the move. She made us promise to mount it on our barn as she told me it was a "barn" star. She even made us promise to send her a photo of it on the barn so she'd know we used it. :-) So, here is her daddy, following up on the promise. We held it up on the red barn and the rusty red of the star blended in too much and so we decided to put it on the garage "barn" where it would actually be seen by all who pass our farm. What a good man I have. Every time he climbs a ladder like this I am convinced he'll fall. ::shudder::
Below, I am so happy to see that my "4th of July" rose is *STILL* blooming. I'm so happy with this rose.
Last evening I helped to a product review of items in the gallery/shop in the basement of the Historic Vista House - we looked over things to see what was still good and what was no longer viable. One of the other ladies who helped was wearing these earrings... and she told me that she bought them from me MANY years ago. I did the beading in peyote stitch and even cut little corn husk leaves and glued them on.. they are Indian corn. I don't know where the ones I had that I made for myself, so I took a photo so I could try to re-create some for me. I even cut the leather thong out of a buckskin I have.
Well, hubby and I are going to go to town for Chinese dinner. So, I'll see you later! I hope you're having a wonderful Saturday!! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)