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How-Tuesday: Hand-Painted Teacup and Saucer With LoucheLab :: Etsy Blog How-Tuesday: Hand-Painted Teacup and Saucer With LoucheLab :: Etsy Blog As I settle in to compile this week’s How-Tuesday post, the world outside my window looks like a flustered snow globe, with whipping winds and a frigid fog of white. On days like this, I wish for nothing more than to cozy up at my craft table with a pot of tea and a few supplies, to follow my notions and fleeting little ideas down a mysterious garden path in my mind and see where I end up. I have admired Aya Rosen’s artwork and art-infused life since watching the LoucheLab’s Love Story video a couple years ago.The project she shares with us today could serve as a springboard to transforming your own art style into a new medium. I know that after reading her how-to, I am ready to get started decorating dishware for my new apartment!
Lately, the only crochet project that I manage to finish are cords for Julie's pacifiers. They are free form made and have all loose loops at the end. She loves to play with the loops and always holds them to her nose when she is trying to get to sleep. The pacifiers above are the ones that are left, the same amount has gone to 'lost-land'. ArtMind ArtMind
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