Take a gander at my latest work! Any Big Bang fan should love this piece. If you are interested in acquiring a mounted canvas copy of your very own. Contact me to get sizes and pricing. Only 500 canvas prints will be issued for this piece, so don’t delay!!!
Just some info for all who suffer with PCOS from OUR personal experience. Our miracle and what we claim was the only reason our daughter (who suffers from PCOS) ever got pregnant was when her doctor gave her an HSG test and/or xray. In order for them to do that particular xray, they have to inject a “sticky” dye into your uterus. We figured out that two things had to have worked for her to get pregnant from that test (which she did TWO TIMES!)… One… that injecting the dye into the uterus blew out some of the thick wall lining that is part of having PCOS AND that the sticky dye they use helped hold the fertilized egg. Now I am not saying this is everyones little miracle, but I will tell you that my daughter could not get pregnant for years and did fertility drugs etc., to no avail and got pregnant 2 days after having the HSG test. Then, when she went to have her second child, she went back to the fertility doctor and again, no results… then, she changed doctors and demanded the HSG test again and got pregnant the next day after having that test again. We do not think this was just a coincidence and wondered why the fertility doctor would not issue this test. Now those are the FACTS as to my daughters experience so I know it worked for her. It of course is no guarantee but just something I feel is worth passing on. They have to time giving you the test to when you are going to ovulate. I’m not saying it is going to be everyones little miracle but it sure was my daughters and it could help others so just to be clear, don’t discount it… yes, it is a test but “that test” was the only thing that worked for her and it could work for someone else as well. At the very least, I think it is worthy of sharing to all who have PCOS!
Crafting… a way to express your creative genes and possibly make a little money at the same time. Here is a picture of the portable craft booth I built and took to shows… when I use to do shows. As you can see, I made A LOT of different items which was VERY time consuming to say the least. (It is also the reason my basement currently looks like a Michaels arts and crafts store). Making many different items seemed to be the most profitable way to go in the crafting industry if you were going to do shows vs. selling on a place like etsy. Appealing to more than one group of people or one style seemed to be key in making sales. When I did my very first show years ago, I had signed up for 3 shows, every saturday for 3 saturdays. What a mistake that was!!! At my first show, I sold out of almost EVERYTHING I had made. I spent every day from 8 in the morning till 5 in the morning before the show the next weekend making more items to try and fill my booth again, only to sell out again the next week. Ugh. It was like crafting hell for those 3 weeks. After that experience I learned to leave myself time to “restock”. Handcrafted items take time to make and there are only so many hours in a day. Anywho, if you do shows and would like to know how I put this booth together, email me and I will give you specifics. It’s cheap, travels well and is easy to put together. I’d like to see every crafter be successful. Thanks for supporting my blog.
For this project, I used a regular plate that I picked up at my local Goodwill store. I used my black crow/ star design and acrylic paints. If you would like to try this project yourself, contact me and I’ll forward you a copy of my template for the middle of the plate. You can write whatever message you’d like around the rim.
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