Author Archives: Misty

2014 Week 32 of Making Something Every Day

Day 219: 2 new ATCs to go with Day 216 (top card). pic.twitter.com/FLGb9imYB0

— Misty Granade (@mistyg) September 29, 2014

Day 220: if you want to fly, give up everything that weighs you down. pic.twitter.com/X7Aqx9IUJk

— Misty Granade (@mistyg) September 30, 2014

Day 221: mini journal spread. pic.twitter.com/23h45PWqlj

— Misty Granade (@mistyg) October 1, 2014

Day 222: Mini art journal – [...]

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2014 Week 31 of Making Something Every Day

I have a lot of yarn posts this week because I was traveling! I got to go hang out with my mom and my mother-in-law at the Arkansas Fiber Arts Extravaganza. I had a great time with them and with fellow yarnies. The vendors were amazing and I was able to take two classes. One [...]

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2014 Weeks 29 & 30 of Making Something Every Day

Day 198: In This… postcard. pic.twitter.com/5VIcbLjh6t

— Misty Granade (@mistyg) September 4, 2014

Day 199: Blind Horse postcard. pic.twitter.com/yPMD48sG8q

— Misty Granade (@mistyg) September 5, 2014

Day 200: PAINT ALL THE RED!!! pic.twitter.com/rWGox9ve8K

— Misty Granade (@mistyg) September 6, 2014

Day 201: tomorrow I might have to pick one of these to concentrate on and finish. #artworldproblems pic.twitter.com/KTIBGXLu6s

— Misty Granade (@mistyg) [...]

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2014 Week 28 of Making Something Every Day

Day 191: 8×10" "6749" $45. pic.twitter.com/AMMfHKpzwj

— Misty Granade (@mistyg) August 23, 2014

Day 192: Working on another Christmas present. pic.twitter.com/kspkvknspW

— Misty Granade (@mistyg) August 25, 2014

Day 193: Thinking about Liza and her love of insects. pic.twitter.com/sjjMkzqXRm

— Misty Granade (@mistyg) August 26, 2014

Day 194: @Obajoo gets the credit today for making art on me. pic.twitter.com/lKZVFjjOJc

— Misty Granade [...]

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2014 Week 27 of Making Something Every Day

I like this week especially because you get to see nearly every single step, from start to finish, of my making process. I don’t have very many weeks where that happens so handily. Also, I like this week because I finished a piece at the end of the previous week and sold it. I finished [...]

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2014 Weeks 25 & 26 of Making Something Every Day

Day 170: working on a painted pot for messy art night, tomorrow night at Trinity at 6. pic.twitter.com/3dEwkeqfMD

— Misty Granade (@mistyg) July 30, 2014

Day 171: Messy Art Night was a huge success! Even the geese came out to help paint! pic.twitter.com/txV0DTFqpP

— Misty Granade (@mistyg) July 31, 2014

Day 172: Started on the last section of the [...]

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Thoughts on Week 25 of 2014 Making Something Every Day

I have struggled this week with Make Something Every Day.

I think this has been the worst week in the history of this project in terms of not being able to work. Sure there’s been times that I’ve been traveling or I’ve been working on something else but this week has been none of those [...]

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2014 Week 24 of Making Something Every Day

Day 163: Go where you're celebrated Not where you're tolerated collage in progress, 18×24" paper. pic.twitter.com/aT8I9FW6TO

— Misty Granade (@mistyg) July 21, 2014

Day 164: Finished, 18×24" collage. Checking into having prints made. pic.twitter.com/nSKxBsevVG

— Misty Granade (@mistyg) July 22, 2014

Day 165: turning the corner on mum's sweater. pic.twitter.com/QKGvBr8Zmh

— Misty Granade (@mistyg) July 24, 2014

Day 166: Putting it [...]

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2014 Week 23 of Making Something Every Day

Day 156: Cleaned off my art table only to wreck it again. pic.twitter.com/IN4jSBS77A

— Misty Granade (@mistyg) July 13, 2014

Day 157: There isn't enough room in your mind for both worry and faith. You must decide which one will live there. pic.twitter.com/99d0F0MNR0

— Misty Granade (@mistyg) July 14, 2014

Day 158: @Obajoo & I put wings & drew [...]

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2014 Weeks 21 & 22 of Making Something Every Day

The past two weeks have been a lot of travel and a good deal of sadness. And laughter. And joy at reconnecting with family. My maternal grandmother passed away, leaving me at 41, with no living grandparents. While I didn’t have much contact with any of my grandparents once I left for college, they filled [...]

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