Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Annie in wood

I've had a wood project in the works for far too long. It's been put on the back burner and I just can't seem to get myself to finish it.


She's not looking so good right now and I'm beginning to wonder if she'll ever get any further than this

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  1. The thing with you is, you will get the perfect inspiration, but in your own time. You just have to wait till it hits you. Don't try to force it till you get the mojo!

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  2. Oh believe me....I understand the missing of the mojo...it happens to all of us!!

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  3. Someday the thunderbolt of inspiration will strike. :)

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  4. Okay, now hear this....get your butt in high gear and get'er done!! I know she'll be adorable. What's keeping your from her?

    Love the spoon project.

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  5. this means the project is not 'speaking' to you... when they speak you work... is she a pilgrim? if so, finish her and maybe she will sell in august to Tgiving or let her lie until you are inspired...

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  6. I think she has lots of potential Ann and suddenly you will have the inclination, inspiration and will to finish her. Up until that point I think you should let her be otherwise you just wouldn't be happy with her!!

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  7. She's cute....I love the blank expression on her face!

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  8. She's big! Now you'll have to finish it so we all can see! :)

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  9. She could be your booth sign. Ann's whatever. I can see that.

    Have a terrific day. My best to Duke. ☺

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  10. Was this going to be just decorative or something else...like if the feets were further apart a place to hang hats or dish cloths or keys and if you used chalkboard paint the body could be a place to jot notes...'course I have no idea how big it is...

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  11. How about an embroidered face and yarn hair like a pillow over the head

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  12. You'll finish it... I'm sure of it!!!! She will be GORGEOUS.. Be sure to show us a photo when she's completed.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  13. I can relate....I am sure when ever your motivation hits to do Annie she will be special and perfect.

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  14. I see great potential here for something super cute!

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  15. unraveled rope for curly hair?

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  16. Put a bonnet and an apron on her and she's all set for the Farmer's Market! can't wait to see what you do with her. I am sure she will be beautiful.

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  17. we are all have that unfinished projects. Mine most of the time went to trash if I can't reuse them.

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  18. I am sure you will get the inspiration one day to finish her.I am the same with my art sometimes, I draw them up but then they can lay there for some time before I finish painting them.

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