Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Switch covers

Switch covers
Originally uploaded by GroggyFroggy.
I was looking for something last night and ran across a light switch cover, so of course, I immediately started gluing stuff to it. I did another one this morning. Fun stuff. Amazing what you can do with mod podge and Elle magazine.

A few folks asked where I am published. The article that sold last week was on a site called Constant-Content where publishers (usually of websites) buy articles. I'm not sure who bought it from the site.

I do also write for a magazine called AlteRnative Trends, an art magazine. I am the copy editor but occasionally write things. It's available on stands and in WalMart and other places in Canada. I have a box of the latest issue I need to get out and about and see if I can get it going here in the states.

Sarah, I couldn't remember if I ever answered your question about "Fallen" and "Restored." They are done on wood. Some little plaque things I had picked up at a craft store ages ago.

Have I told you guys lately that I love you? :) This community brings me so much joy. Thank you.


BlueJude said...

Groovy switchplates...cool idea.

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

These are wonderful "outlets" for your creativity! *Ouch* ;)

Anonymous said...

Love those.

Me said...

mrs goodneedle is too funny...

they did turn out cool - I don't do abstract like that terribly well!!

Kai said...

those look cool enough to be in Ms Robyn's hippy swap!!! Groovy baby!!
PEace, Kai.

Dotee said...

How groovy are those switch plates?

Love them Lisa (and you too sweetie patootie).

Thanks for sharing about the writing you do. I have always thoght that the writing you do on your blog is beautiful. Thats the words just flow.

Am sure you will be able to get Alternative Trends into distributors in the US.

Terri /Tinker said...

What great outlet covers! Now I want to try. I have a switchplate cover of Frida at my office at work, that someone else did - I've been meaning to try doing one myself for ages - thanks for switching that idea back on :-)

Anonymous said...

Thanks Lisa, you're such a sweetie.

The switchplates look great :) Hugs.

Deb said...

I've covered switchplates with wallpaper, but yours are much more 'cool'. Great idea! Debbie