Thursday, October 5, 2017

Hazel's House - Part Three

I have been adding texture by gluing stuff onto Hazel's house using my hot glue gun.

I got a nasty little burn.
-NOT from the glue gun, but  from COOKING!!!
 I can handle a glue gun and a jigsaw, I just cannot handle a saucepan lid
Stupid thing just flipped in my hand and bit me.
WARNING - cooking is dangerous. (I think I should refrain from doing it.)

I made an interesting mess with the styrofoam and I have also enjoyed sculpting with foil.



Getting somewhere slowly.
Cheerio,
Sam

10 comments:

  1. Wow, Sam! You have been in the creating zone and it's looking positively intriguing! I am excited to see how you cover the foam and foil!

    And I will sign that 'No Cooking' petition. You were obviously meant to create, not cook! ;O)

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    1. Thanks Jodi. Yep, I need to get that petition going!

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  2. Hello Sam,
    That is looking gorgeous. Once again I have to say the foil technique is terrific. I cannot wait to see more.
    Big hug
    Giac

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  3. Ooh ouch! What a bugger of a place to get a burn Sam, bet you swore.

    I never would have thought of using styrofoam, it's certainly creating helping you to create an interesting home. You have me all excited now and I am really looking forward to seeing how it all progresses. Whatever you do to it, I know it will be perfect for Hazel. :)
    Big hugs,
    X

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    1. Thanks. I do hope it will be perfect. I am trying to utilize all the craft stuff we have hanging around.

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  4. Not slowly... you're making progress very fast. It looks fantastic so far - and VERY promising. Best wishes for your burn to heal soon - maybe you should negotiate with your family about a hazard pay... ;O)

    Hugs
    Birgit

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    1. Thanks Birgit. Hmmm, hazard pay...I like that idea!

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  5. Ouch! I'm with you on the no cooking front... Much to hazardous in my opinion. ;)
    This house is looking really intriguing. I'm really liking the shapes you are making. It's got an almost Art Deco feel about it. Looking forward to following along.

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