Monthly Archives: April 2012

Day 121: Tinfoil Pug Tail

Today’s project was to do something with only tinfoil.  How many different ways can it be used? Well, I learned that it’s more challenging than anticipated to use tinfoil to make a pug.  A pug tail, however, wasn’t too difficult.  … Continue reading

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Day 120: Storage Pug

Today’s project was to make something in a box.  This storage box of winter clothes was handy, and Eloise was somewhat willing to rest briefly amongst the sweaters. 

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Day 119: When Pugs Fly

Today’s project was to create an animal that has never existed before. A pair of Monarch wings was attached to Eloise to create a butterfly pug.

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Day 118: Matchstick Pug

Today’s project was to make something out of wood. This pug lacks some detail, as I ran out of matchsticks.

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Kreativ Blogger Award

Thank you to mydailycreativity for passing this along to me!  Your blog makes me smile, and I am flattered to be nominated by you.  Eloise is, too! Here are the rules for this award: 1. Thank the person who nominated you … Continue reading

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Day 117: Cocktail Pug

Today’s project was to go out of your way, to travel somewhere where you wouldn’t normally go today to create something specifically inspired by that location. I worked in one of my company’s other offices today.  Under normal circumstances, I leave … Continue reading

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Day 116: Muscovite Pug

Today’s project was to create something using an old map or something that ends up looking like a map. The Kay Thompson heroine, for whom Eloise is named, and I have both been to Moscow.  One of its main subway … Continue reading

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