Dec 29, 2008

Hanukah is over....

Hanukah is over :( I love this holiday why can’t it be more than 8 days?? Besides all the over over (over) calories amount from jelly doughnuts eating, I’m sure all we’ll approve of that (lol).
Anyway, back to life. I am waiting now for my kiln to cool enough so I will be able to take a peek, it is only bisque fire (first ceramic fire) but I have some finished work there too. And, as always I am having hard time staying patience…
framed silhouettes made by ooty
Red seahorse made by ooty
seahorse green paper made by ooty

Seahorses love made by ooty

And, since I have to keep my hands busy ( you know, just to keep the demons away) these are what I do when I don’t want clay dirt on my hands =) plus my little one adore these pictures and asked for me to make for her room (I haven’t decided on the colors yet, but I’m so happy she likes what’s her mommy’s doing).
Much Love
x

4 comments:

  1. Hope you had a wonderful holiday. Your work is beautiful. Wow, a little mouse addition to the family. Sad to say, Cheese would not stand a chance in my house with this kitten right now. :0 No mice for us.

    Best wishes for the New Year!
    Jennifer

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  2. =) I know what you're saying, we have'nt shown him to the cat - because we know that after he'll see him it will be vey hard to keep him away from him lol

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  3. Very nice papercuts! I love seahorses! :)

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