Monthly Archives: October 2012

Day 304: Pug Dinner Chime

Today’s project was to make chimes out of whatever materials you like. They didn’t have to actually work. Today’s creative efforts were spent decorating Halloween cookies: And negotiating with Eloise to get her to wear at least part of her … Continue reading

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Update from Day 302: Decorated Baked Pugs

These were a bit more challenging to decorate than expected.  I’d say they still resemble pugs, though.

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Day 303: Snake Pug

Today’s project was to use the world of snakes as inspiration.

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Day 302: Baked Pugs

Eloise and I have been apartment-bound for the better part of the day due to hurricane Sandy.  Baking supplies were well-stocked, so it was the perfect opportunity to make some Halloween cookies.  “Candy corn” cookies: The leftover dough beckoned to … Continue reading

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Day 301: Hurricane Pug

Today’s project was to pick a random date in history and make something based on the research of that day. Eloise’s birthday, August 24, was the date of choice. On this day in 1992, hurricane Andrew made landfall in Florida. … Continue reading

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Day 300: Fuzzy Pug

Today’s project was to make something in which the sense of touch is the essential component. This was challenging! Of all the available materials, pipe cleaners seemed the most tactile.

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Day 299: Peacock Pug

Today’s project was to work only with silver materials. This was intended to make Eloise appear like a preening peacock.  She wasn’t thrilled with the idea . . .

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