... and it's almost over. Rest assured that I'm alive...tired, but alive. Spring break was a tiny breather. A lot has happened since my last post. I'll be brief. I've been working a lot - 7 days a week a lot - so I upcycled as a reward. These are smaller than the ones I… Continue reading Hello, It’s Spring Break
Category: Trash to Treasure
When I created the parrot for Vivian, I had some extra pieces and created something with them (instead of putting them back in the cramped box). I named this piece, Greenspan, because I like how it looks like it's expanding off the canvas. In this span of green is also looks like a flower, a… Continue reading Greenspan
This upcycling piece had someone's name on it - Vivian - because she was kind enough to store something important to me at her residence for two months. It quickly became tempting to have and it was taking up space, so it needed to go...fast. Due to Vivian's kindness, I hope she likes what I… Continue reading Parrot
How are you Changing the World?
How are you changing the world? It's 29th prompt of Bloganuary, which means we are almost done with this challenge! I change the world by being an educator, a mentor, and a maker. Educator As an educator, I change the world indirectly. I have the privilege to teach and mold my students for a short… Continue reading How are you Changing the World?
Nov. 19, 2021 I taught upcycling courses this summer, and one of the projects was to make a junk mail collage (you may have seen some of my experiments last year). Junk mail collages are much easier and quicker to do than the Cooling Triangular Collage that I had posted earlier this week. My students… Continue reading Unintentional Predictions