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September 13, 2012 / mrsdeboots

Hemingway update!

Here’s where we were:


And here’s where we are:



I have found that to do all the little intricate details (that bring wrinkles and various amounts of sun damage), I must venture into the world for the tee tiniest of seed beads in black and shades of gray.

The colors, not the stupid ass book.

Don’t get me started on that load of crap.

Anyway, I wanted to do some more last night, but unfortunately I had to spend time reorganizing my buttons. 

You would be surprised at how many shades of white buttons exist (bright, pearly, dull, iridescent, etc.) but you would be even more suprised at gray.  Gray can go into charcoal, blue, and green.

But the real shocker is how fast a toddler can completely wreck your carefully organized buttons when you leave all the jars in the floor beside your bed, thinking for some odd reason that they are safe in that particular location.


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  1. lizeccentric7 / Sep 16 2012 4:17 am

    I like your artistic talent and so true toddlers love buttons. I love buttons guess they would too!

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