Thursday, October 28, 2010

This.....and this......

Been doing some of this.....


And enjoying a lot of this....


What are you doing today?
Welcome Home,
Penny

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27 comments:

  1. It really is the MOST beautiful right now and with the temps so mild...I'm spending more time outdoors! Love your beautiful mosaics...the blues are gorgeous! ♥

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  2. Gorgeous! Your projects - and the Fall beauty. I am taking my dear, little mother grocery shopping and on errands this morning. Then I weigh in this afternoon at the weight loss center. Should go over a BIG goal I set for myself! After that? Maybe I'll be able to finish up a little house project I need to do. Who knows? I might get sidetracked and go have fun somewhere!
    ~Adrienne~

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  3. You're working in the studio again! This autumn weather must help with the desire to... Lovely autumn picture, too.

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  4. I should be doing something creative like you are...but I seem to have the blahs...so I am just taking it easy! Love your mosaics!

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  5. Your work is always so fabulous and I can't wait to see the piece you are working on right now. Glad the storms have passed through your area and hopefully you are back to bright sunny fall days.

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  6. Nice! Are your hands cramped from cutting those plates into so many pieces?

    The finished product is going to be gorgeous, Penny!

    Di

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  7. Hi Penny,

    I just wanted to stop by and say hi and thanks for taking the time to visit me and leave such kind comments. I love your little outdoor area in your post below.

    xo
    LeAnn

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  8. Love your mosaics, Penny. I'm painting a pet portrait today.

    Hugs,
    Donna

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  9. Well, it's just after 8 and I've already helped The Great Dane load the hens into the truck for their trip up-island to where they meet their end and return to our freezer as future dinner. I'm off to work for the rest of the day - it's pouring rain, so that's not a bad thing.

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  10. I love your work, Penny! These plates are just beautiful. It such a treat to love what you do and do what you love! Gorgeous outdoor photos, too.

    XO,
    Jane

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  11. Beautiful and Beautiful Penny!! Those plates are so gorgeous!!!
    Hugs,
    Shelley

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  12. Great fall colors. I am going to go get me some Leila love today, I think.

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  13. Hi Penny, I always enjoy visiting your beautiful blog, your photos are just beautiful and your work, well it is amazing. Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful day. Terri

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  14. Your plate project has very pretty plates and I look forward to seeing your completed projects. Your fall leaves photo captures the season.

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  15. Oh, lovely! I just love your work. And the fall foliage is just beautiful, isn't it? It's my favorite time of year.

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  16. Your new mosaics are going to be beautiful. I can't wait to see them.

    Up here in Maine, leaf season is almost over. Most of them are that shade of brown that they turn right before they fall off the trees.

    We've mostly finished home schooling for the day. I am going to cook, paint, exercise and hopefully get to some housecleaning.

    Have a great day.

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  17. Hi Penny,

    What gorgeous outdoor photos! Aren't the leaves the most amazing array of colours at this time of year?

    I've had a little browse round your lovely blog. I love your backyard makeover. I can just imagine sitting out there, even on chillier nights (with a blanket and a warm drink).

    It looks so comfy and snug.

    Sarahx

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  18. Hi Penny! Love the mosaic plates-can't wait to see what you make out of them! The picture of the leaves is beautiful!

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  19. Penny, I was looking through a magazine last night at some mosaic art, and I automatically thought of you. Still want to learn how to do this!
    Brenda

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  20. I have been cleaning my kitchen this morning and blogging..these are so beautiful..wish I was that talented! Come say hi :D

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  21. Oh, I love blue and white china, it must be some much fun to create mosaics with them. Today the wind is making the leaves falling from the trees swirl in the air, and the colors are magnificent. Love this time of year. I baked an apple pie last night and dreamed of fires in the fireplace soon.
    Karen

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  22. It looks beautiful up there. Florida is hot and dry right now but we're enjoying getting a few things done around the Park Model and connecting with old friends.

    It hurts to see the blue willow dishes broken up because that's my pattern...lol...My son has my grandmothers set with "Occupied Japan" on the back. I know you make such lovely things from them so it's all good. Take care.

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  23. Blue and white china is my favorite so I know already that I'm going to like your new project.

    I'd enjoy sitting in one of those chairs taking in natures fall colors.

    Darla

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  24. I've been taking care of house stuff, boring I know, but with all of those storms I couldn't go out. Now to rake all of those leaves!

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  25. Hi Penny,
    Your mosaic is beautiful. Looking forward to seeing the finish project!

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  26. Yesterday I got some sewing time (yay!) and today I had my daughter and niece over and we worked on a bulletin board for my nieces room. She shopped the basement for a fancy frame and the sewing closet for some green toile and it looks great. Funny thing, I thought she would go for the mod looking fabrics, but she loved the toile:>) Somehow that just pleased me to pieces.

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