Sunday, August 14, 2011

Tee Bee Tee Em

Did I confuse you? Tee Bee Tee Em or T.B.T.M stands for Too Bad Tomorrow's Monday. I was just talking about time yesterday and here I am wondering what happened to my weekend tonight. It sure did fly by fast.
I did get a little bit of crafting time in though.

Back on day 3 of my vacation I showed you picture frames that I had painted. I finally finished them on Saturday after we got done doing all our running around for the day. I have 2 frames finished but only took a picture of one of them.

Before settling on the above picture I had a little fun. I framed my flip flopped foot.

I tried to frame Duke but he wasn't in to it.

I got a little side tracked making origami bows.
My blog friend Helen did a tutorial on these. I thought they were really cute and now I'm in the midst of a bow obsession.
I also managed to finish off 3 Scotty dogs, 1 Westie, got 4 more cans ready for flowers, edited some pictures to use for cards, and started a 3rd frame.
Now it's time for me to go get ready for my kicking and screaming tantrum tomorrow morning. Hope everyone enjoyed the weekend

27 comments:

Ginny said...

The bows are adorable, too cute to top a package with and give away!! And I love the picture frame, I must say you have beautiful feet!

bookbabie.com said...

Very cute frames, I've been learning to digital scrapbook my photos but never thought of scraping a picture frame, what a personal gift those would make!

Country Mouse Studio said...

That is a beautiful frame and those bows are incredible. Hard to believe they are made. I'm going to check out the turorial

Country Mouse Studio said...

Okay that bow looks very complicated, I'm impressed

BeadedTail said...

I love those frames! It's cute you framed your flip flopped foot! Can you make quilled pawprints? They'd be cute going up the side of one of those frames.

Chatty Crone said...

You did a great job this weekend - lots of beautiful things finished - and sorry you couldn't frame Duke.

Grace said...

That was a busy, productive, creative weekend - all I did was laundry!

Jean said...

Very cool looking project,Ann!
Hope your W/E was a good one.:)

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Love the picture frame --and the bows are adorable... You are really doing great for your upcoming show.
Hugs,
Betsy

Lin said...

You are so darn CREATIVE!! LOVE the bows!!

I just said the same thing tonight--there just isn't enough weekend. I try to get a lot done, but then I'm tempted to just relax. Now I'm behind on all of my blog reading. :(

I need another day or so!

Donna said...

Cute bows! Me likes!

Pat said...

The framing made me smile. Of course, you needed a much bigger one for Duke - he is a star, after all :)
and the bows are fab!

Jen said...

Absolutely love it! I'm so glad you posted the link on how to make those bows (they are too cool - I gotta try it :o)

FishHawk said...

Well, I can't blame Duke a bit for not being into it after seeing where that frame had been. Flip-flopped feet? YUK!

Philippa said...

Great frame, Ann - it's a shame Duke wouldn't co-operate!

Don't unplug your hub said...

Your foot looks like it's growing out of your hand. You have become a surrealist.

Sher said...

I like the frame, I think it came out cute. Duke though, I think was totally annoyed with it.

Those bows are too cute! I'm going to make some. Don't know what I'm going to do with them but they are so cute!

Sandra said...

love the frame and the framed duke wins my vote as he always does. you do the same thing I do, silly stuff like framing your foot. can't tell you how many things like this i do that never show up in PUBLIC. LOL sounds like you are ready to roll for your sale. those bows would be nice on a present, maybe wrap a present, put one on it and then sell them that way,

Cards by Cheryl said...

love, love, love the bow

Donna said...

Pretty!!!
I am SO with you on the tantrum! I'm now at work myself when I'd rather be home playing!
hughugs

Tammy said...

Were does the weekend go. It is Friday and I'm thinking about all the things I'm going to do and next thing it's Sunday night and heading back to work on Monday. I love the bows you made. I'm going to check out how to make those. They would be cute on so many things. Love all your crafts.

Sandee said...

I think the frame is adorable. Your foot and all. Love the bows too and of course Duke does whatever he feels like doing.

Have a terrific day. My best to Duke. :)

Bronwyn said...

Very nice frames Love your blog

Kloggers/Polly said...

Those are super bows!!!! If I could make bows like that I'd be tempted to stick them everywhere .... on presents .... on Christmas trees .... why even the Queen has a brooch quite similar so I'd probably wear them too!! Do they take very long to make? Perhaps one day when you have some spare time (I hope that you're not laughing at me when I say spare time) it would be lovely if you could share with us all how you make such very neat bows.

Sharkbytes (TM) said...

Nice bows- I did a lot of origami a few years ago, but couldn't sell hardly any. People seem to think it's so simple that they don't want to pay for it.

marie said...

Love the frame - the flip-flopped foot is nice too!

Helen said...

I'm glad you enjoyed the tutorial. The bow looked really nice on the frame.

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