BUT FIRST...I give you my version of the Tin "Can-Can" Girl. : )
Have you ever had one of those projects that you thought would be simple and quick, but you just couldn't stop at "simple" and just kept going...and going...and going???
My inspiration: Julie Haymaker Thompson. One of the most amazing artists out there!
Every little feature that was suppose to be simple, turned out to be the opposite, because these little light bulbs just kept going off in my head.
However, I have no regrets because I'm very happy with the way she turned out. I even cut those dowel legs, covered them with paper, and drilled holes in them so they would dangle.
I got the button for her hat at Goodwill. However, it was attached to a "very interesting" pant suit. Just for fun, I offered the "very interesting" pant suit to Sara before cutting the buttons off. She said, "No thanks Mom", in case you were wondering. : )
Teeny tiny grapes came from Goodwill too. LOVE that Store.
Okay, onto how the voting is coming along. So far, as I said yesterday, the white pumpkin head on a box is in first place.
Next in the running is the Eiffel Tower necklace:
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