Hi there, thanks for coming to visit! Yesterday hubby and I headed off to run some errands, we went to Clackamas to where I took my Precious Metal Clay class and I got my little copper bucket I made in class - the instructor gave me 6 inches of copper wire so I could make a bail for my pail. :-) Here is my rustic little bucket with a snippet of berries inside. Isn't it cute? :-D
After we got my bucket we headed on to Costco to do some shopping. As I needed some tiny flowers for my little bucket, we got this lovely fall floral centerpiece in a ceramic pumpkin - as it had just the thing for my little bucket in it, plus we can use it for Thanksgiving, too. :-)Can you see the little bucket?
OH.. and I want to give credit to Emma from Silver Pebble blog who inspired me to buy my PMC kit and now to eventually take the class to learn to make things with it. She is the one who first made a little PMC silver bucket which inspired me to make my copper one. She has her things in an Etsy shop, so be sure to visit her blog and tell her I sent you! :-)
Here are both of my precious metal clay projects - the silver bell on the right (which really rings!). I just love them! I can just envision picking little posies in the Spring and wearing them all day. Joy joy joy!
I think I have too much stuff on my table.. LOL! :-D
Some floral joy...
Love this yellow chrysanthemum!
Dark pink carnation.
AND I just had to show you -- hubby made this lunch for us while I was doing some important business on my computer for an upcoming annual meeting for the Friends of Multnomah Falls on Monday... THESE ARE THE FIRST EGGS we've been able to eat since our new chickens (well, Buffy the chicken) started to lay! The first ones we gave to our house sitters when we went to Ohio and then we just collected 4 of them up to make a meal. YUM, they are so good! The biscuits are cinnamon swirl is why they have funny dark spots on them. The ham is Black Forest that we got at Costco yesterday.
The yolk on free range chickens is always nice and dark yellow.. it's great.
And so, thanks for reading my stories. I am a very happy person today - I have great hopes for our country and look forward to seeing people work together. I love the United States of America! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)