The second winner of the first giveaway which is the blue linen fox that was not chosen in the first drawing for the blue fox which had a brown fox added and confused everyone but obviously not Susan because she knew what she wanted and chose the brown which left the blue which brings us back to where we started. ..... Random chose Heartland Stitcher. I will be emailing you soon and when I remember where I put the fox so I wouldn't misplace it, I will pack it. Thank you once again to everyone who participated in the great 65 giveaway.
My brother still doesn't get it. He wanted me to sell this heavy little stool that he painstakingly painted a great blue/teal for $5. I was going to age it and then see if a local shop was interested. Well, I got carried away and decided I better just pay him and keep it myself. He can't believe what I did to it after his perfect paint job and still doesn't understand that chipped paint and rust sells easier than perfect paint. It was really nice and could have been a great accent with a little edge aging but it's too late now. Mine baby. I'll give him $10 for it.
For those of you interested in seeing the tat brows, here they are. They appear very exact and intense for the first few days and will soften within a week. I will go back in 4 weeks for touch up or adjustment if needed. From the middle out, I had six hairs at most. This is a method called Soft-tap which is gentler than the traditional buzzing needle. Some cosmetic artists make heavy diagonal lines to replicate hair and they look pretty phony. Others do microhairs and a powdery fill look. If you are interested, make sure you see photos of their work. This method will fade entirely in about 5-6 years but last forever if you have them touched up every two years or less. When mine start softening I will be able to see the details, right now the ink is pretty heavy.
Hope everyone that is dealing with wicked weather is safe.
Enjoy your weekend.