If you love pugs give me a snort, snort, wheeze!
I'm loving how the editorial pieces for my dog art line are progressing. Or maybe I just love pugs next to my art, even if it's the noisy end. Wait both ends of pugs are noisy....ha!
Mom's day weekend was a wild and crazy one for us. Not only was it my daughter's prom, my son needed a DIY for his college media class (of course at the last minute...ahum) and I had to gather some impromptu props for a weather dependent photo shoot for the wifey.
It's a beautiful picture huh? That's my peanut and her boyfriend. What you don't see in the picture is the mud covered prop dad. I had to lay down and wrestle plywood so the Promsters wouldn't get mud on their prom wear. The bike was sinking into the mud and the wind gusts made photographing balloons really difficult.
Between Prom and Mother's Day brunch I had a last minute calling to help my son with a DIY for his media class. With zero notice, let's make a camp stool! My children take for granted that the studio is loaded, part craft store and lumber yard. Pulling a camp stool out of my (ahem) is all in a days work. I wouldn't have it any other way....they need me. At least for now, ha!
My son's DIY video doesn't mention one should plan ahead for these kind of things.
The Prom dinner was spared rain showers. It couldn't have been a prettier evening.
I neglected to capture any pictures of the Mom's Day brunch that was squeezed in. This guy was busy eating......
Wowza, the weekend was a prop, prom and mom weekend! I had to whip up some photostyling props for the photog wifey to use in shooting our daughter's prom. Built and photographed a DIY camp stool project with my son for his college media class. Assisted my wife at her weather crazed prom shoot and squeezed in mommy day brunch with MIL. Thank goodness the work week is here, so I can relax....ha! No, I'm not going to the prom, I'm just the lighting test dummy.
Welcome to my Embellishments Journal, it's a new feature. I will be posting about some of our projects, sharing pictures and interesting things. Chime in, ask questions and keep your arms and hands inside the ride until it comes to a complete stop. -Aaron