Monday, August 29, 2011
Today I decided to carve out an ant potato stamp. Yes, a stamp made out of a real potato. I then used a blue ink pad to place some ink on the stamp and formed a letter A print using the ant-shaped stamp multiple times.
Posted by Drops of Glass at 7:41 PM
Saturday, August 27, 2011
Here are the descriptions of each ant box:
Row 1 (left to right): Fine tip Sharpe with pink highlighter background, Globe ant in marker, Circus ant in marker, Stipple ant in marker, Queen ant in marker.
Row 2 (left to right): Air brush markers ant, Ant head made using make-up, Dismembered ant in marker, Ant made by drawing parallel lines only in marker.
Row 3 (left to right): Ant made with type character stickers, Worker ant in marker, Photo of an Escher piece that includes ants, Ant made with glitter, Lines inside of lines ant in fine tip Sharpe.
Row 4 (left to right): Ant in Crayon, Psychadelic ant in marker, "ANT" written with tiny ants, Grid ant, Ant made with yarn.
Row 5 (left to right): Ant drawing in pencil, Ant made with wrapping paper and shiny, metallic string, Ant collage, Inverted black and white ant, Farmer ant (with too many legs..ha!).
Row 6 (left to right): Ants around the world, Squished ant, Ant head in acrylic, Ant maze, Sad ant in watercolor.
Row 7 (left to right): Ant in nail polish, Regular ant, Ant larva, Red flying ant, Ant close-up in embossing powder.
Monday, August 22, 2011
This ant made of Perler Beads (aka - Melty Beads) was a special contribution to this collection by my good friend Meghan. It made the journey, unharmed, all the way from Columbus, OH to Hudson, MA!
Thanks so much Meghan, I love this ant!
Sunday, February 27, 2011
Saturday, February 26, 2011
Above is the picture of my York Peppermint Patties Ant and one of the chocolate mice that were made for the event favors. The mouse was cute and my friend suggested I add it in the photo :)
Speaking of my friend, Christine Crowell wanted in on the ant action... Look what she came up with!
|Fabulous ant created by my best and very creative friend, Christine Crowell.|
Posted by Drops of Glass at 10:30 PM