Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Blue Mantle

 Genesis drew me a Love Dinosaur. Later she added "volcano water spikes". I accidentally left it at her house but I can not wait to frame it and hang it in my living room.

Yesterday I listed about three things that I wanted to do. I did one of them. I refashioned my mantle. Honestly, I'm not completely in love with it but it'll work until I can put some more thought into it. It's nice, right now, though. Airy and blue.

Framed Thank You card from Sarah's baby shower; Amos;
peacock feathers from the Christmas tree. You can't tell, but
I painted my sconces.

All the blue books from off of my shelf: Blankets,
a collection of Emily Dickenson poems to remind me of Tamra,
The Winter of Our Discontent, The Portrait of Dorian Grey, and
The Maytrees by Annie Dillard.

This frame is the single most complimented item in my house. I glued these napkins to it.
That's all. I picked up these prints for ten cents a piece at Third Thursday a few months ago.
They're not the best but I kind of like them that way.

That's all, really.

2 comments:

The Foreigners said...

Love Dinosaur is the best thing I have ever seen. Your nieces and nephews are the BEST.

Ani said...

you have 'Blankets'! it's been in my amazon cart for YEARS. yet another thing we have in common, Libby. Graphic novels. awesome.

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