Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Treats, a blue dog and tagged!

I have a new video up as you can see of a wood burning painting I did:

This blue doggie is currently up for auction on ebay.

I also got a sweet package in the mail from Marinna over at her esty shop shoestringgallery! Aren't these charms darling?!!!

Also Wyanne tagged me :)
I've been tagged a couple of times before, so I will try and come up with something new soon.
BUSY DAY indeed!


Carol said...

Tascha, I just found you a few weeks ago and I am loving your work! But I have a question; I showed my husband the video you did of the Blue Dog painting. My husband loves old gospel music and would like to know the name of the group that plays in the background and the exact name of the song playing (something about going to church on Sunday). Thanks for all the joy you give to all us fans!

tascha said...

HI Carol! I am glad you enjoyed it!
The name of the song is "You need to go to church" and the group is "Arkansans Quartet".

LuLu said...

Bonjour Tascha! Work, work, work! It seems like I do not have any more time for chatting these days! Your little blue dog art is so great! I used to be crazy with my wood burning tool when I was a kid, I would draw my own design on wood plank and burn and burn non-stop. I still have it and use it in different garden projects. Come and visit sometimes, I miss you! Take care! LuLu

Vickie said...

The blue dog looked like a fun project with fun music, too. I'll have to run right over today and buy a wood burning tool. I've learned a lot from watching your fun videos.

The Vintage Sister Studio said...

Love the new video....your choice of music cracked me up!
Have a great day:)

Adriana Whitney said...

I Love your new video! I missed it yesterday because I didn't see it on you channel. It was a very nice surprise :D
We post the videos almost at the same time! thank you for commenting on mine :)

Debra said...

Were you burning on canvas??Wow that is so cool, I would have never known you could do something like that. So cute too! Thank You for sharing!

Suzi C said...

Hi Tascha,
That photo is my favourite Man Ray photo actually. Thanks for the link, I hope I can get one.

tascha said...

Thanks for all your sweet comments!
Debra, I call them "wood canvas" because they are shaped like canvases, but they are made out of solid wood. The wood is about 1/4 of an inch thick.