One of which is wire. I'm using a Thing-a-Ma-JIG to do a bit of wire design. I really like the effect, but it is not going to work completely with the current layout (I only have copper wire on hand and it wasn't really creating enough contrast to be visible.
But it allowed me to see how it would work and inspired me to try something different.
Up next PLA. We'll see how that works out!
The paper stack I'm using for this project is ridiculously cute:
It's 70% post consumer recycled material (which we here at LaserGnomes love) and features some cute animals (I'm not one for some of the super cutesy or way girly stuff that a lot of scrapbookers are using but I love a cute owl, bear or skunk).
I'm also using cardboard scrap that I have laying about for these projects as well. I'm sure I have some great found objects I could add to the mix.
My problem is finding a good source for shadowbox frames at the moment. I found some amazingly cute paper at Oriental Trading Post's site, but no wholesale frames. The search continues.
I still haven't received a response from Craftwell regarding M0rt's problems after sending video. I should run another test and use their preselected shapes from the SD card that came with it. I'll try that this week and see if I have the same results. They're always super responsive with canned answers but now that I challenged them with video, I haven't heard a peep.
We had dinner with Justin's mom and Mark tonight at Lulu, which is fantastic. I think I really love the place because of their open flame rotisserie and pizza oven. It makes it so homey. And the food is delicious. Seriously. Had the prime rib and brussels sprouts. SO GOOD.
My MIL gave me a book, I Just Like to Make Things by Lilla Rogers.
It's got some good advice about making things and making a profit as well as some good ideas for stimulating creativity and setting goals.
When it comes down to it, is there anyone that doesn't like to make things? It doesn't matter if it's art, craft, food, etc., I think most people have the desire to "make" something, even if they don't act on it.