Have a great day...and help me out with Otto if you would!
Here she is!!! Candy sent me a lovely witch with a skull scepter....and look at her little fingers with black nail polish. I put her out on the table and within minutes she was discovered by Jake, so she is now up on top of one of the china cabinets out of reach!! Isn't she adorable?!!!! Thank you Candy...I just love surprises!!
This is post 197, which means 200 is quickly approaching so you have plenty of time to sign up as a follower before my giveaway. Heather left me a comment and wasn't sure how to follow so here are the directions. On the right side of my blog just below a few examples of my Halloween paintings is a box that is the Google follow box. If you have a blog account you just click on the white button that says "Follow" and it takes you through the steps to become a follower. Very easy!! Hope that helps.
I hope your Monday and week are filled full of wonderful surprises like mine and happy creating!
Well, I have clay mixed so I better get back to work...have a great week all!
I will show back shots of Wilhelmina and the Count coming up because there are scalloped edges to their capes that make them a little more special when you turn the pieces around!!
Well, Easter is only a few short days away and hubby and I are celebrating our 31st anniversary tomorrow night at Bella Italia (great Italian restaurant in Cozad, NE....yes, a former NYC chef moved to Cozad a few years ago and it is wonderful!! Did you know Robert Henri the painter grew up in Cozad and the town is named after his family? His father was a land speculator with the last name of Cozad, and Henri was actually named Robert Henry Cozad. It makes for a great read to learn why Henri changed his name in the book, "Son of a Gambling Man". That is your art history lesson for the day!)
There are a few more days left on my eBay auction. If you haven't given the Halloween Egg a look yet click on eBay for the link.
Have a wonderful weekend and Easter.