Sunday, March 5, 2023


I painted the background for this shark teeth art a few days ago;  today I played with filling in an outline of a shark with teeth!
The plaque is 14" long but for some reason the angle of the photo has foreshortened it!  
I added a step this time-I used a piece of contact paper laid over the silhouettee I had drawn and then I could retain the placement of the teeth when I use the resin this time,
 I won't have to start over again!
I spent a lot of time doing this --sock yarn blanket knitting; 
 I just haven't had any oomph to stand at the quilting frame!  


  1. How cute is that!! I wouldn't mind meeting that kind of shark! Hope you find some stamina today. I am finally getting Rowdy's quilt on the frame today. Too much life going on.

  2. That's a great way to display your shark teeth. You certainly have a lot of them!

    In all the years we were in Florida, I never found a shark tooth. I had a couple that a friend gave me. I only ever found one whole sand dollar (that wasn't alive...I wouldn't take live ones). Unfortunately, a few weeks ago it fell from its spot and broke. :-(

  3. Wowza.....a shark made of shark's teeth? How cool is that!

  4. That's such a cool shark! You certainly have some great ideas. I need to work on my sock yarn blanket too. First though, I have a few other projects I need to get finished.
    Blessings and hugs,

  5. You are so clever! Where did you get all those shark teeth?

  6. Very cool idea for your sharks teeth.


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