Every Day Art
I’m feeling a bit “under the weather” today and completely uncreative. This alligator was sent to me by my sister’s grandson. It brightens my kitchen…
Don’t you think this would be a great quilt pattern?
Maybe Jack could send a few more drawings my way? (Hint, hint)
Hope you are all well and feeling creative.
…and I did get my flu shot this year…
17 responses to “Every Day Art”
I hope you feel better soon Lori. Your creative mojo will return soon.
Sorry you are feeling unwell. I think the alligator will make a good quilting design. Maybe with palm trees, an ocean and sunshine.
The alligator would make a wonderful design, maybe the ‘gator could be trying to catch a football, or sunning on the bank of a lake or pond.
Feel better fast!.
There are definitely more on the way 🙂 He does a mean and colorful Frankenstein too. It could be block friendly?
Get well soon. In the mean time, please take good care of yourself!!!
I love the alligator. Get well soon and I know it will inspire you when you feel better.
Oh! Hope you feel better fast! I’m in your neck of the woods! ! ..well sort of. MSP airport! Heading to FL for a bit. Love the gator!
Feel better soon! Great picture of the alligator! would make a great quilt block!
Wintering in Florida right now and would love to have a gator quilt!
He’s adorable, and he’d be a super cute design
I was just drawing some alligators the other day. Jack and I are on the same page! Hope you feel better and get your creative back soon. No one says we have to create EVERY day!
A little R&R is not all bad (as long as it’s not serious!!!!) just allows you to recharge a tad. The ‘gator would be a darling quilt idea!!!! Healthy wishes comin’ your way…………………………
Jack appears very creative, must run in the family.
cute alligator and yes a pattern would be great of this guy! Hope you are feeling better soon and back to your creativeness!
Hope you are feeling better. I am in Milwaukee. Hard to feel chipper when everything is so bitterly cold and sometimes you are trapped inside. I LOVE to look at kids art for baby quilt and applique ideas. Pinterest is a great place to start: http://www.pinterest.com/johannafritz/kids-art-aha-moments/
I also look at die cut shapes for inspiration when my project needs an applique:
I like the way each commenter on your blog has a unique block design by their name. It makes your blog special!
I wish I could take credit for that!