Monthly Archives: January 2012

Day 31: Pug Path

Today’s project was to make a path an invite people to follow it. A path of carrot bits led from my apartment door to the elevator.  Once she realized what it was, Eloise was a very willing participant.  Eloise followed the … Continue reading

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Day 30: Pug Toys

Today’s project was to work with toys. Eloise has been given quite a few toys over the years and is very gentle with them, not eating eyes or tearing out squeakies the way some dogs do.  This means that she has accumulated quite … Continue reading

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Day 29: Pug Incognito

Today’s project was to make a disguise for yourself, a friend, a pet, or an object. The bonus was to see if anyone would be fooled by it. I have disguised one of the pug objects that is in plain … Continue reading

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Day 28: School Project Pug

Today’s project was to go back to school – to use traditional school materials to make something nontraditional. I was fortunate to have the assistance of some friends for tonight’s project.  Four of them formed pairs to compete against each … Continue reading

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Day 27: Pug Dream

Today’s project was to use as recent dream as inspiration. I’ve often wondered what goes through Eloise’s head, particularly when she is asleep and twitching or moving her little pug paws like she is running.  So, here’s a potential recent … Continue reading

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Day 26: Commuter Pug

Today’s project was to make something portable (or appears portable) that normally isn’t. With my boss’s permission, Eloise came to work with me one day a few years ago, and we all had a lot of fun with her wandering … Continue reading

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Day 25: Nature Pug

Today’s project was to work with nature by collecting materials from a yard or nearby park. This project presents unique challenges to those of us who live in the middle of a big city, particularly during wintertime.  During the walk … Continue reading

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