Time for some this and that with a little randomness thrown in.
Believe it or not, I never had a Barbie doll.
Halloween is just around the corner.
I'm keeping my eye on some Halloween decorations at my favorite gift shop.
Hoping one or more of my favorites will be 50% off one day!
But, if I really told the truth -- the best reason to visit the gift shop is the *manager*, Lucy!
Isn't she cute!!!!!
Talk about a perpetual motion machine.
I'm going to join another challenge in November ... Art Every Day Month.
I've been looking at some of my art and craft books.
I'd like to try some new techniques.
This should be a good way to use up some of the *stuff* I have.
Here's another reproduction Halloween postcard.
The artist of the original postcard was Ellen Hattie Clapsaddle (January 8, 1865 - January 7, 1934) an American illustrator/commercial artist in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Not only is her style greatly admired and well recognized, today she is recognized as the most prolific souvenir/postcard and greeting card artist of her era. From the Halloween Postcard Book published by Darling & Co., Seattle.