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Saturday, January 12, 2008

Dream Wall

I've just come from Lisa Shearin's blog and had to post this. Lisa just had her first two book covers made into posters for her office wall. Here's a link, so you can take a peak: http://www.lisashearin.com/blog.cfm

What a great idea. Someday I hope I can do the same.

In the meantime, I have to settle for my Star Wars poster (All I Need to Know About Life I Learned from Star Wars), my '56 Thunderbird photos, and my famous quotes in their lucite frames.

7 comments:

Dawn said...

Um. Speaking of art....
Did you get the package yet?

Hmmm I have a big glass window that wraps around my office, no place to hang the posters. I do have plush reclining seats and a stereo system that rocks...
Okay, yes I'm still writing my stories from the front seat of my car. So shoot me. It seems to be the only way I can get my mind around the stories right now. Habit. LOL

Flick said...

Oh, Lisa's work looks great! Sadly, I think my cover art would freak everyone out! It's a bit like my ironing board cover featuring a naked man. It makes ironing fun though, I just can't get all the creases out.

Laurie said...

Dawn, no. Checked the box yesterday and nuthin'. I'll check again next weekend.

LOL on your ironing board cover, Flick. Um...where do I get one of those? hehe

Dawn said...

Um, yeah. I was hoping it would be to you soon. Sigh. I hope they didn't loose it. One of the paintings is an original.

Where did you say one could aquire one of the naked man ironing board covers??? Anything to make housework fun. Do they have dishwashing accessories? hehe

Flick said...

I got it as a present. It was out of a catalogue. There was a choice of two but one guy didn't appeal. The other is yummy. Ooh, I like the idea of wash clothes too. We should start a business!!
By the way - does anyone know where I could buy the pieces to make cufflinks? I've tried Jo-ann and Michaels aside from Walmart but no success. Another gap in the market - though sadly not one that will make us a fortune.

Dawn said...

I'd go to a beading supply specialist.
Lots of good suppliers on line if you can't find local jewelry findings specialist.
Er *blushes* Yes I weave beeds and make little purses too, so shoot me...

Auberta said...

Good post.