Wednesday, May 27, 2009
The sticks are very different than the pellets and as a result require a different technique. My goal was to come up with one that is simple and fool proof. I've used these types of transfers before with polymer clay and they work beautifully as well....
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Monday, May 18, 2009
This month the project features Friendly Plastic Pellets in making nugget beads. This is just a wonderful and simple way to create a splash of color for your wardrobe.
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Saturday, May 16, 2009
These blanks from Nunn Design are perfect to use with Friendly Plastic to create your own one of a kind piece of jewelry! But, don't just limit them to jewelry....think embellishments! Use your favorite friendly plastic technique to create an embellishment for a gift bag, candle or handbag!Also......don't forget about our Heart of Friendly Plastic designer challenge this month (click on the image at the top of the blog!) - Marble It! These pendants would work great with the marbling technique.
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Sunday, May 10, 2009
Wednesday, May 6, 2009
Monday, May 4, 2009
There was around 300 hundred that attended the Memorial and celebration of his life yesterday afternoon in my Aunt Molly's back yard. The concensus of everyone in attendance was that it as the "happiest" funeral that they ever attended and I couldn't agree more. Yes, we grieved and tears flowed.....but with the beauty of the surroundings and the hope of a ressurection to everlasting life back to earth that the Bible promises brought us comfort and peace. And we know that he is just in a sleep like state waiting the ressurection.
For friends and family that were not able to attend - below are a few pictures and the words to music that Uncle Jim loved so much and the hope he had....
James Jerome Wayant was born May 25, 1935 in St. Louis Missouri to parents Andrew and Annett Wayant who preceded him in death. Jim had three siblings, Andrew - aka 'Junior who als has also passed away, Mary and brother Bob.
Jim passed away on April 25, 2009 in his home surrounded by his family after a long illness.
He is survived by his wife of 52 years, Marlene "Molly" along with his son, Scott and Wife, Barbara, and Son Chad, Sister Mary and Brother Bob along with Grandson's, Nieces and Nephews.
Uncle Jim was always known for his 55 Red Ford Truck and belonged to the Valley Cruisers Car Club. He is remembered by his nieces as nephews for his smile, warmth and endless teasing. Uncle Jim was very much a people person and loved to go shopping with us. He would sit on a bench for hours and meet and talk to people. He loved going to DisneyLand with us and many of my fond memories are of him taking us on rides - especially the tea cup ride. He was truly a kid at heart. He will be greatly missed.
Jim was a member of the Hemet East Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses. His memorial service was officiated by Bob Clark.
Below are the Lyrics to the song... "Would You Like to Live Forever" - I wish I knew who the writer is...
Strange though it may seem.
Saturday, May 2, 2009
I just wanted to let you know that this month's project may be a little delayed. I have the project finished & photographed. I will try to have it out as soon as possible.
Im currently on my way to California to be with family and to attend the funeral of my uncle. Thanks for your understanding. If you have any questions, or concerns, please feel free to email me as I wil be able to access my email while Im away.