Monthly Archives: June 2012

Day 182: Hand, Some Pug

Today’s project was to work with hands. My niece Sydney was willing to volunteer her hand for the sake of the pug project.

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Day 181: Pug Skull and Crossbones

Today’s project was to use bones, skulls, and/or skeletons as inspiration. This was a good opportunity to try out a new white pen.

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Day 180: Pug in a Hat

Today’s project was to create something that belongs in another season of the year and to put it in the environment. It was a very warm day, so Eloise wearing a hat seemed unseasonable.  It was too hot to make her … Continue reading

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Day 179: Seed Pug

Today’s project was to use seeds to make something.  The gardening type of seed is hard to come by in the city.  The seeds used for baking and cooking were, however, readily available my kitchen.  A favorite cookie recipe calls for … Continue reading

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Day 178: Pug on a Wire

Today’s project was to use the world of birds as inspiration. If pugs could fly, I imagine they would spend a lot of time resting between flights. Here’s a pug relaxing after the exertion of a brief ascent.

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Day 177: Pug Robot

Today’s project was to make a robot out of everyday objects.  I was excited to use an object that has been beckoning me all year.  This pug lover is convinced that my wine foil cutter looks like a pug on the … Continue reading

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Day 176: Snow Pug

Today’s project was to make somewhere indoors seem like it is outdoors. Eloise dislikes all forms of precipitation, but this seemed like a fun way to bring the outdoors inside.

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