Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Results for WOW #7 - Details for #8

Wood, spray paint, and fabric?
You bet!

This challenge was a little daunting,
but then I had an light bulb flash earlier this week.

I had been seeing miniature beds used as infant photography props
for awhile now, but I wanted to do something that had more versatility.

I have a gazillion variations going in my mind,

So cute as a prop for chunky cherubs like Jules,
and still big enough for toddlers like Isa.
I can't wait to see in this shoot with a tiny newborn.
So fun!!

Craft Challenge #8
Could be a horseshoe, lucky charm.. you name it, you craft it!

The prize this week if we can (5) entries is


Kathleen said...

It's adorable... makes for great photographs. Of course, the cute models help.

Anonymous said...

That is really cute! I could even see it as a baby doll bed (for those that aren't photographers - although my 20 month old would still get in it!)

Jenny Rodriguez said...

Thanks ladies! Yes I was blessed with the best models =0)

And Jessica, I love that idea of using it as a doll bed. I'll have to set it up for my toddler and see what she thinks!

Anonymous said...

SOOOO cute! I love storage containers, and was already plotting what I'd put in there. :) It makes a super cute photo prop, though! I am sad that no one else got to join in!

So, last night I was laying in bed thinking about this week's WOW. I kept thinking of lucky pennies, but was trying to come up with another idea. Then, my baby made a sleepy noise and made me think of how lucky I am to have such a wonderful family and baby. All of a sudden, I had the song "Pennies From Heaven" in my head. I started thinking of the great picture I would paint or draw if I were good at that kind of thing. I couldn't get the idea out of my head and decided to just give it a try.

So, here it is. I suppose it is a mixed media piece. I already packed up my crayons and colored pencils but managed to round up a pencil and drew up the picture while laying in bed. This morning, I 'colored' it with computer spraypaint. :)

Jenny Rodriguez said...

Jen, I so love your dedication during a move! Thanks so much =0)
It's a great thing to not feel like I'm talking to myself on my

And I really love your mixed media project. Children are such a blessing, aren't they?

Love it!! Hope all is well ;o)

Kathy said...

Okay, this may not be the craftiest of projects, but it's something I've been wanting to do for a while.

When I was little I remember my mom making a paper crane garland for me and hanging it on my headboard. She said it was for luck. Now I would like to make one for my little girl. Here's a picture of my first crane. =D

Anonymous said...

Origami is a form of art! It is DEFINITELY a craft! My brother and dad used to tease me about "paper folding" when I was little...all because I had to explain to them what origami was. :)

Your crane is beautiful! And the story behind it is, too!

Kathleen said...

Here's my lucky piece...

It was fun!

Kathy said...

Thanks Jen! =D I love your drawing too.


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