About Judi

As much as I’ve liked my many roles in life none is more satisfying than my family roles (Wife, Mother, Grandmother) and my emerging role as a creative person.  Someday I’d like to call myself “Artist”  but right now I’ll settle for “dabbler”.  That’s what my embellishing experiments really are, little forays into different techniques, mediums, tools.  My granddaughter Grace is often my assistant and I love seeing her dive into projects (she is 7).  Her art will be posted here from time to time.

7 Responses to “About Judi”

  1. Jo - B'ham Says:

    Super blog – I like the funky ladies. Thanks for sharing

  2. embellishingexperiments Says:

    Thanks for taking the time to comment JO. Those funky ladies are full of Sass!
    Judi

  3. Scott Says:

    Judi,
    thanks for commenting on Blue Nickel Studios…I would love to trade ATC’s with you….email me privately okay? My contact page on my website gives you my email…..lets trade!!!

  4. mymotherinlawisatroll Says:

    love your blog. your photo at the top, is that gig harbor? i grew up in the pacific northwest and spent many, many summer days and nights on gig harbor. i can’t wait to see the finished product when you’re done with your mermaids! my daughter’s middle name is ariel and she’s got a thing for mermaids. it’s perfect for a gig harbor quilt contest. that background fabric is amazing. thanks for the comment. 🙂 and i don’t feed ANY chocolate to the troll, it’s best to not feed her at all.
    let us know how the WIPS are coming along!!!
    brigette

  5. geeksewing Says:

    Just dropped by to say hello!

  6. Lynn Douglass Says:

    Thanks for visiting my blog and making such a nice comment on my work. It was fun looking through your blog, and I LOVE how you are doing your inchies! This is going to be a fun swap! I’m adding you to my blogroll, so that I can keep up with what you’re playing on.

  7. Ruth Reilly Says:

    Proud to have you working at Harbor Quilt. Looking forward to being at the auction luncheon and seeing all the beatiful art work donated for breast cancer.

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