Friday, March 10, 2017

The beginning of a Ship Shape Gourd

I hope you will tune into the Tiny Tool Time Blog and read the first part of my tutorial on the making of a Woodburned and Carved Ship on a Gourd.

I think you will enjoy it. http://www.tinytooltime.blogspot.com

Barbara

Friday, February 24, 2017

A New Tool, the Proxxon Scroll Saw DSH/E

I recently received a new Proxxon Scroll Saw DSH/E and used it to make a St. Patrick's Day Brooch!





Not too hard once you learn to use the Proxxon Scroll Saw . Head on over to the Tiny Tool Time Blog to see how I made it.

Barbara

Friday, February 10, 2017

Want to make another Valentine gourd with Proxxon Tools?

If you think you might be interested, then pop on over to the Tiny Tool Time Blog! I have a Celtic Heart gourd to show you how to make. I think you will find that it's not very hard and is beautiful when finished.  Go to www.tinytooltime.blogspot.com




Barbara

Friday, January 27, 2017

You can make some Art with Proxxon Tools

Hop on over to the www.tinytooltime.blogspot.com to check out my latest project using Proxxon Tools to help me create the cutest little bird picture on an easel.







Barbara

Friday, January 13, 2017

A Very Cute Votive Holder For Valentine's Day

Please take a look see over on the Tiny Tool Time Blog   to see what I did with a simple small gourd to turn it into a cute little votive holder for Valentine's Day!

Having Proxxon Tools in your workshop certainly does make the job easier!

Barbara

Friday, December 23, 2016

Abandoning small pieces of Art, is called Art Abandonment





Go check out my newest post up on the www.tinytooltime.blogspot.com to see the pieces that I made to abandon around town. I like the Art Abandonment thing, and I think I will be doing a lot more of it in 2017.  And while you are at it I wish you would go to www.proxxon.com and take a look at all the wonderful Tiny Tools that Proxxon makes.

Happy Holidays to all of my friends and family,
Barbara

 

Friday, December 9, 2016

Do you like pins/brooches?

If you do or if you want to see some cute Christmas ones made out of gourds, stop on over at the Tiny Tool Time Blog and check out the post I just put up on how I made a few for Christmas/Winter.


Barbara