Things To Do With Redundant Cd Display Separators https://boredtootone2.tumblr.com/post/183249221517/swatching-the-cd-cards ….cover them in skulls & cross bones…. …um…. …that’s all I could come up with. Share this:RedditPinterestTumblrEmailTwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related 12 Comments
Ummm. A tumblr post of just a white square is what I’m seeing, with your words and tags at the bottom of it. In the reader and on your site just the same. If there’s supposed to be a picture in it, something has gone wrong.
I tried clicking on The tumblr link and that went to ratshit too. Tumblr is really cack though so no surprises there.
…ooo…just realised…this is an occasional fault that i get at this end with your tumblr posts, Clare….maybe the satellite is pointing in the wrong direction….
…er…vid’ showing up fine here…tumblr sometimes takes it’s time to load tho’….pic’s tomorrow…might be pre-brexit collaring of antipodean blogs….
those swatches are brilliant! you have a fantastic mind,
…and now my mind is available in a variety of colour combo’s….(see swatch!)….(cheers Keri)….
This is simply beautiful! I love the wood and your designs are really amazing.
You are a lefty? I always wanted to be left handed but am decidedly right handed.
Very creative reuse too. The sound of the creaking wood is a nice touch.
…Cheers Pamo…not a lefty…but holding camera with right hand so being slightly ambo’ comes is useful….
I think I commented on this somewhere else… apparently, I am now WordPress challenged…. as I am in logical thinking… Of course.
Anyhow, keep up the videos- I think they are fabulous!
I’m back to paint land. Looking forward to your next art installment.
…see you in the funny pages…(or is that now the more serious painterly pages for us both?)….
I’m not capable of being serious for an extended period of time- but I go there every now and then. 😉 I’ll see you in the funny pages and perhaps occasionally in the serious painterly pages. Although the painting I’m working on now (#2) is looking rather comical. Time will tell. I figure I can’t judge anything I’m doing until I put a lot more paint on a lot more canvases. Exciting!