A Good Day of Junkin’

One of my favorite things about summer is all of the estate sales, garage sales, & flea markets! With the warm weather, there are almost an infinite number to choose from. Today’s estate sale held so many wonders: tall intricately carved wooden grandfather clocks, delicate handkerchiefs & handmade napkins–carefully embroidered, Art Deco furniture that beckoned me way out of my price range, antique French books with marble covers, and so much more! I came away with a few treasures–things I could not put back once I had stumbled upon them. Here’s my haul for the day:

mirrorAn iron mirror–it’s a sturdy little thing! My arm my shaking after holding it for an hour. I was drawn to it because of its marvelous pedestal bottom and rose & leaf pattern. It was a steal for 24.00! It’s also one of those items that instantly transports me to another time. It feels possible to look into the mirror–and instead of my 2014 reflection to see a Gibson Girl staring back at me!

flask 1My favorite find of the day was this flask. The flask itself consists of two long skinny bottles to hold your liqueur and two metal drinking shot glasses. The leather case makes it even fancier. I can’t wait to clean this up a little and steampunk it! (Only 18.50 too!) Here’s a close up of the flask:

flask 2The flask bottles themselves are so nice–You could easily fill one with your spirit of choice, and the other with something to mix it with! I had never seen a two bottle flask before–so this was a real treat to find!

cake standI also found a cute plastic cake dish complete with cover. It looks like glass! Everyone I passed chided me on how carelessly I was carrying it (under my arm) until they learned it was only plastic. That made me feel even better about my purchase. Got it all cleaned up and I am currently waiting for a cake to cool so that I can frost it and use this baby! My final purchase is my second favorite find of the day: a kitschy child’s clothes hanger decorated to look like a friendly lion. This is going to be a gift for my cousin Becca and her husband James, who are expecting their first child in December. I am so excited & happy for them. I can’t wait to have another little one to spoil.

lionOverall, it’s been a fantastic day! I am almost finished reading Peter Clines latest book, Ex-Purgatory (part of his Superhero & Zombie Series); last night Rhys & I finished reading our first book in tandem–Stephen King’s The Stand and I can’t wait for him to get home so we can have some cake & talk about it more; and I received a care package from my family in New York. Here’s a sneak peek on what’s inside:

snit supplies

If you’re wondering who “snit” is–that’s me! It’s my Uncle John & Uncle Jeff’s nickname for me! They always send me the coolest junk! suppliesI also got some lightbulbs, game spinners, and Scrabble tiles. (I love making coasters out of these tiles! Check out this DIY if you want to make your own.) Summers are just wonderful–mine has been full of weekend roadtrips with Rhys, books you lose yourself in, bursts of creative energy, and junkin’! Thanks Heather for coming along with me today! Junkin’ is always better with a friend! What have you been up to this summer?

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DIY Steampunk Cake Stand

This is a fun & easy way to unleash a little steampunk flair in your kitchen, or perhaps add to a steampunk-themed party you’re hosting. Here’s what you’ll need:DIY IMG_0045

  • Cake Stand (Available at your local Michaels, or online); I’ve chosen a filigree metal cake stand–one, because it’s pretty schmancy and two, there are already holes to work with. Also, this cake came with beads already attached. (If you’re purchasing a different style cake stand, then you will also need: 45 medium round crystal beads; 45 eyepins; 9 medium oval faceted crystal beads; and 9 large teardrop-shaped faceted crystal beads, preferably with a flat back so that the gears remain flush against the teardrop-shaped crystals)
  • 10 small gears & 9 large gears (For this DIY, I’d recommend reproduction gears over salvaged gears because the gears will be around a lot more moisture; Reproduction gears are available at your local craft store)
  • 1 skeleton key
  • 9 lock washers
  • 27 small jump rings (45 if you are adding the beads yourself)
  • 9 large jump rings
  • Flat nosed pliers (and also needle nosed pliers & wire cutters, if you are adding beads yourself)

DIY IMG_0043Steps:

  1. If you do not need to add beads, move on to Step 2. If you are adding beads, read on. First, put all of your small round crystal beads onto eyepins. Use your flat nosed & needle nosed pliers along with your wire cutters to close off each bead’s eyepin. (If you do not know how to do this, check out any basic beading book which will cover how to close eyepins. You can also click here for an online tutorial.) Once you are done, connect 5 beads together in a string.  You should have a total of 9 strings. Once you have strung all of your 9 strings, connect them to your filigree cake stand with a jump ring leaving at least 1 or 3 spaces (or holes in the filigree) above where your string dangles. Also be sure to leave a space/hole in the filigree between each individual string.
  2. In between each string–directly in the middle, add a small gear. (This is why I suggested having 1 or 3 spaces specifically). Use your flat nosed pliers & small jump rings to connect your gears to your cake stand. Repeat for each string.DIY IMG_0053
  3. Next, lay out the order of your large gear & teardrop crystal pendants. For mine, I layered them as follows: lock washer, medium round crystal bead, and large gear & large teardrop shaped crystal bead along with the jump rings I would need to connect each of these materials together. DIY IMG_0057
  4. Once you’re happy with the order of your pendants, connect all of the individual materials together using your flat nosed pliers and jump rings. Use your large jump rings to connect the medium round crystal bead to the large gear & teardrop crystal. DIY IMG_0067The lock washer connects to the medium bead (it helps if you sing along: “oh the lock washer’s connected to the bead…”–very much like “Dem Bones”)DIY IMG_0061All of the materials are connected in the picture above. Be sure that you put the teardrop bead & the large gear on the same jump ring so that the gear hangs behind the crystal.
  5. Next, attach each large crystal & gear pendant to your cake stand using your flat nosed pliers & small jump rings. Attach each large crystal & gear pendant in between your individual bead strings in the space/1 hole you left empty. DIY IMG_0065
  6. (Optional) Instead of having all teardrop & gear crystal pendants, you could replace one with a skeleton key. If you don’t wish to do so, then move on to the next step. (Funny story, this DIY came about because one of my crystal pendants on the cake stand broke, and I decided to steampunk it anyway and replace the crystal for a key. So keep this step in mind if one of your crystals breaks.) Lay out all of the materials for your key pendant along with jump rings. Then connect all of your materials together with your pliers. Then attach to the cake stand in one of the spaces/holes between an individual string of beads. DIY IMG_0049(All connected)DIY IMG_0051
  7. Get to bakin’! You’ve got a fancy steampunk cake stand to show off!

DIY IMG_0076  DIY IMG_0084  DIY IMG_0086When mine is not in use, or the cake was gobbled up all too soon, I like to adorn it with a doily.

If you liked this DIY, or are looking for more ways to steampunk your kitchen check out my other baking related post on steampunk cupcakes! As always, Merry Making!

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Steampunk World’s Fair 2014

It’s been a while since I blogged, forgive me. I have been a busy little bee lately. Mainly, I was getting ready for my very first Steampunk World’s Fair held annually in Piscataway, New Jersey. I had an amazing time. I saw so many inspiring costumes, creations, and gadgets and I met some lovely people. Here’s a little snippet of the weekend:

2014-05-15 14.36.18I flew up to my hometown of Brewster, in New York. I was lucky to make a mini-vacation with my family out of the show. I was especially excited to see my mom, grams, and 4 & 1/2 year old niece, Avery Jane. Early in the week, I played with Avery on the swings, took many rambling walks, and spent some time being creative. While Avery watercolored painted and my grams sewed a set of wedding pillows, my mom and I were busy making some new steampunk creations.

2014-05-19 16.25.20On Thursday evening, my mom and I packed the car, picked some violets that grow all along our front lawn for good luck, and we were ready to go! Roadtrips with my mom are always a blast!

2014-05-15 14.36.30After checking into our hotel, we went over to the event center to start setting up. Since I flew into NY, I didn’t have my usual displays. And so the booth was a combination of scavenged items from our family home and items my mom has squirreled away for our shop someday. I love how everything came together! Here it is before we put out all of our creations!

2014-05-15 22.10.14A few of our displays that I just love: our box with large lightbulbs…

2014-05-15 22.10.24..our backdrop painting of a Victorian lady. It’s titled: “The Eternal Question,” we’ve renamed it “The Puss” since she has such a sourpuss expression on her face!

2014-05-15 22.10.31…My gram’s old wooden stool which we used to display canes & umbrellas…2014-05-15 22.10.36And of course, old standbys: vintage & antique photographs, printer drawers, a model diving bell helmet, wooden boxes, and oddities.2014-05-16 15.40.45  2014-05-16 20.25.16  2014-05-16 20.25.20  2014-05-16 20.25.34 The part of our booth that I felt the most pride in was our hat display. The vintage hats my mom embellished were displayed over large Industrial spools, candelabras, tiny stools, and antique hat stands.

2014-05-16 15.40.38Of course, no booth is complete without your ensemble! I took greats pains to come up with outfits that would not only be in the spirit of steampunk & the fair, but that would be wearable for long hours. Day Two is my favorite! (Thanks Briana, of Bifftastica, for the awesome vest! I got so many compliments on its rows of gleaming buttons!)

SPWF Outfits Sam CollageThe weekend was full of many great costumes. Here are some that stood out to us:

2014-05-17 15.30.00The Diver

2014-05-18 10.46.37The Airship Mechanic

2014-05-17 12.48.26and…The Gentleman (who also purchased one of our steampunk ties which is pictured above!) One of my favorite accessories that I saw was an elaborate set of finger armor. I may have a new obsession!

2014-05-17 11.29.06There’s a lot I won’t forget about that weekend…Our first sale to a dapper gentleman & pirate, “Obscur Idy.” That first sale was so exciting. It made it all seem real. We had a lovely conversation about steampunk and creations. It was his warm smile and sense of whimsy that touched us both. 2014-05-17 18.12.50…The Lady Mad Hatter who gifted me a capsule from Wonderland (with included white glittery ribbon, a jack, and a tiny wooden mushroom) after I fixed her button that was falling off of her vest. It’s a great feeling to be handy, even better when it’s appreciated.2014-05-18 14.33.31…And last, but certainly not least, spending time with my mom. We always have a good time when we’re hanging out together, and it’s made even more fun when we can share a love of steampunk, a passion for making, and a renewal of creativity.

Me & Mima SPWF CollageCheck back again later in the week, I’ll be posting a DIY on how to steampunk a cake stand!

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My Handmade Home

It sure has been a busy month! I am readying for Spring shows, dreaming up new DIYs, and preparing for the Tulsa Art Studio Tour (which I am so excited about! April 12-13 is taking too long to get here!). On top of all of that, I also moved into my very first home with my boyfriend, Rhys! And I thought I’d share some of the handmade pieces that make up a large part of our home and its heart.

IMG_9887A wooden silhouette ornament painted by Audrey Eclectic rests against the built-in floor-to-ceiling bookshelves (I was sold on the house as soon as I saw them. Those shelves called out to the bibliophile in me, not to mention the fact that I have a zillion books!).

IMG_9888Not only did my books find a home on these shelves, but so did several other little handmade knick-knacks that remind me of good friends and fun crafty times. I made this Oklahoma string art at last year’s Etsy Party hosted by Make:Tulsa!

IMG_9890Along the bottom of our fireplace’s mantle is strewn a banner, made from upcycled music sheets, silk ribbon, and vintage buttons from my mom’s stash. I sewed & cut this banner ages ago to decorate my apartment for my very first television DIY (with News Channel 6′s Laura Moss). Whenever I look at this banner, it brings back to life my nervous excitement & my love for sharing DIYs.

The entire Living Room is chockablock full of handmade goodness:

IMG_9891The little Christmas decorations that I do not have the heart to ever put away after the holidays–a hand carved wooden Snowman & sculpted Santa Claus alongside a tiny crazy-quilted tree with button ornaments.

IMG_9892A wooden birdhouse my niece water colored just for me. (She’s getting even craftier as she grows! Our home will likely have several new Avery Jane originals before the summer is out).

IMG_9917These fabulous felt Super Mario pillows made by Rhys’s friends Darcy & Leah. They are super cuddly!

IMG_9918My little sock bears–I love making these guys, especially when I lose a sock and don’t know what to do with its twin. Pictured above are: Gears, Gray, Lil’Gray, Oatmeal, and Buttons.

hh CollageWe have a ton of eclectic, local art pieces. I picked up these stunning canvas prints at Indie Emporium this year from A Wing and A Prayer. Whimsical & beautiful–I wanted them right next to our two big reading chairs where they could be seen, pondered over, and enjoyed!

IMG_9897Of course, there were a few things that I luckily “inherited” along with Rhys. My favorite of which is this stained glass art piece of Batman’s symbol made for him by a friend. It sits in our kitchen window and catches the sunshine. I also like to think that it wards away evil-doers.

Our kitchen, also, has lots of handmade pieces scattered throughout:

IMG_9898I love my Phat Beets calendar with seasonal recipes which I purchased at Made; the Indie Emporium Shop. The drawings are super cute & I am adding new dishes to my repertoire!

IMG_9899On the stove hangs tea towels from my dear friend, Christine Sharp-Crowe (weather&noise). I’ve always admired her aesthetic (which is borrowed from William Morris: “Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful”).

Alongside the stove, on the wall is a mounted bottle opener by A. Whip Designs! It was our first handmade purchase for our new home. (Thanks Okie Crowe for selling these in your righteous store).  Rhys loves craft & local beer, so this was a perfect find. IMG_9915And last, but not least, on the pantry cabinet doorknob hangs a little felted purple star made by my sweet friend Holly, of Hollyrocks. I can’t wait to start a garden of my own and litter it with Holly’s little polymer clay creations, garden stakes, & seed bombs. IMG_9916Perhaps my favorite of all the things that I have ever been made are the quilted wall hangings & table runners by my Grams. I have different ones for every season & holiday. I proudly display her careful stitching and beautiful quilting throughout our home. With a Housewarming Party soon approaching, I have my Welcome Pineapple up on the wall.

hh CollagePictured to the right, is a quilted table runner made my Grams (out of her favorite blue floral fabric) and a cedar Hope chest that was built by an old family friend, Tom. He crafted the chest to look like my great-grandmother’s, as a thank you gift to me for editing his novel. In it lies quilted treasures galore and handmade holiday ornaments.

IMG_9919So far, one of the best perks of living with Rhys is getting to enjoy his photography all the time. His photos, to me, evoke an intimacy with his subject–whether he is snapping a shot of rural Oklahoma or far-away places that he’s traveled. I always feel as if I’ve learned a secret about that place.

IMG_9913Ok, my dear reader, I am about to get a little gushy. I am so happy that I have found someone that I love this much. I consider myself lucky to have someone who not only supports my work, but is passionate about it too. Rhys has given me the freedom to steampunk anything in the house (what a guy!) and in knowing how much handmade means to me, he makes a point when he gives a gift, that it’s handmade. (Like the Star Wars embroidered picture & crochet bear above, made by his friend Heather).

IMG_9909The most meaningful gifts I have received from him, he made himself. Rhys put together this shadowbox & filled it with gears and my favorite of his photographs–a close up of an old gas pump gauge.  Today, I added to it: the ticket stub from our first movie date, flowers from the first bouquet he gave me, and other memorable ephemera.

Unpacking, I realized just how much handmade means to me. There are so many pieces strewn about our home that were crafted by people whose stories & art I know and admire. It fills me with joy and warmth. At our housewarming party, I am sure I will tell many stories about the items in our home. And I hope, that those stories will fill everyone who crosses our hearth with the same joy, warmth, and dare I say it…a little wonder to create something too.


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My Studio Will Be Open to the Public!

I am happy & excited to announce that my studio will be one of the stops on the Tulsa Art Studio Tour this year! The Tulsa Art Studio Tour is hosted and organized by the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition and showcases “the talent of artists who live and work in the Tulsa area. This self-guided tour offers you the chance to meet artists, buy artwork, and observe art being created in a variety of working spaces.” For a complete list of artists on this year’s tour, click here.

Tour Dates & Times: Saturday, April 12th and Sunday, April 13th from noon-5:oo pm (both days)

12196364773_5775066c35_b(1)My Stop on the Tour:

I have met many of you at local craft shows where we’ve talked about the antiques & oddities that I use both in my work and to display my work. I hope that I will see many of your familiar faces walking through my door. I am delighted to share the wonderful “junkyard”  that is my studio table–where pieces lie in wait, percolating, to be made into something new.

You’ll also see my beloved antiques strewn about the room and adorning the mantle of the fireplace; my kitchen table–where this whole thing started; my gutted re-invention of a grandfather clock; and my walls, which are littered with old photos of the LeTrec Family–whose complete family photo collection I saved from a dumpster and whose faces inspire me everyday though my only history of them is imagined.

At my studio, once your Tour passport is stamped (with my logo silhouette), you can learn more about how I make my jewelry, learn about the art of upcycling, purchase my pieces, and even try your hand at a fun DIY project (we’ll be making Lock Washer Earrings!). Tulsa Art Studio Tour 1


I’ll also be running a contest from now until the studio tour ends, I’ll be giving away 3 bags of handmade steampunk jewelry & homewares to the 3 fans who spread the word about the tour the most! I’ll be publishing spoilers of what’s inside, but for now just know…these are bags you don’t want to miss out on!

See you in April!

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DIY Steampunk & Upcycled Valentines!

Valentine’s Day is just next week! Time to get started on making those valentines and handmade is the way to go! Here are 3 DIY Valentine’s Day cards you can make easily, quickly, and economically. For the first DIY Valentine’s Day Card, here’s what you’ll need:

IMG_9583Bakers Twine, blank card & envelope, scissors, pen, glue stick, an awl, an old stamp, and a printer.


  1. First, glue your stamp onto the front of your card (if you are using only 1 stamp it is best to center it). Be sure to press your stamp firmly down onto the card. Wipe away any glue that creeps out of the edges. step 1
  2. Next, open up your card and on a work surface, poke 2 holes in your card using your awl (also centered). Then thread your Bakers Twine through the holes and tie in a cute bow. Cut off any excess twine. step 2
  3. For this next step you will need a computer & a printer. Open up a word document, download a free card template, and type in a message that you want to appear on the inside of your card. Cut down your inside page so that it fits neatly inside your card. step 3 Glue your message to the inside of the card. Be sure to place an even amount of glue on the card & smooth out from the center to the edges to avoid bubbles & creases. And voila, your valentine is complete!

Here are a few variations that you might also try if you are upcycling stamps:


  • Instead of adding a bow to your card, you could draw a decorative border around your card or embellish lines already stamped or drawn on the individual stamps.
  • You could embellish the edges of the inside of your card (the message page) with a paper punch.
  • Instead of gluing the inside message to the card, you could also sew it into the crease.

Token of My Love Valentine’s Day Card

For this DIY valentine all you need is the following: Bakers Twine, blank card & envelope, scissors, pen, glue stick, an awl, a token coin with a hole in it, and a printer.token of love diy

  1. Open the card and place it face up on a work surface. Poke 2 parallel holes in the center of your card using your awl.
  2. Next, thread Bakers Twine through the holes.
  3. Place your token coin onto the Bakers Twine. Tie a cute bow. Cut off any excess twine.
  4. For this next step you will need a computer & a printer. Open up a word document, download a free card template, and type in a message that you want to appear on the inside of your card. Cut down your inside page so that it fits neatly inside your card. Glue your message to the inside of the card. Be sure to place an even amount of glue on the card & smooth out from the center to the edges to avoid bubbles & creases.
  5. With your valentine completed, give it to your loved one as a token of your affection!

Redeem for A…Valentine’s Day Card

redeem card diySimilar to the last card, this DIY valentine you need: Bakers Twine, blank card & envelope, scissors, pen, glue stick, an awl, a token coin with a hole in it(preferably a large hole in the middle), and a printer.

  1. Open the card and place it face up on a work surface. Poke 4 parallel holes in the center of your card using your awl (along your token coin’s outer edges and inner edges as shown above).
  2. Next, cut two separate pieces of Bakers Twine. You pieces should be long enough to extend past the edge of your card at least 1/4 inch. when doubled. Thread one piece through the holes on the right only and vice verse on the left.
  3. Place your token coin onto the Bakers Twine (threading the left side of the coin with the left piece of Bakers Twine and vice verse). Tie a sturdy knot on each side.
  4. Next, pull out the Bakers Twine on each side of your card so that the ends extend off of the card’s edges. Glue in place and then once dry, cut off the excess twine.
  5. For this next step you will need a computer & a printer. Open up a word document, download a free card template, and type in a message that you want to appear on the inside of your card. Cut down your inside page so that it fits neatly inside your card. Glue your message to the inside of the card. Be sure to place an even amount of glue on the card & smooth out from the center to the edges to avoid bubbles & creases. You could also hand write your message for a more personal touch.
  6. With your valentine completed, give it to your loved one so that they may redeem…!

Also, check out my DIY Valentines from last year: on the Make Tulsa blog and for more steampunk valentines! As always, merry making!

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Day Trip to Guthrie, Oklahoma

There are so many things still to see in Oklahoma since I moved here. Last weekend’s trip to Oklahoma’s original capital, the town of Guthrie, yielded a great many surprises. Guthrie itself was a breathtaking city to explore–its many Victorian buildings are real treasures. I happily gawked and marveled at the elegant brick work, rounded windows, and elaborate moldings. (I also developed a new architectural love for the work of Joseph Pierre Foucart). Guthrie II 075

I also learned something new & exciting: that every Christmas in Guthrie there is a Victorian Walk with carolers and horse drawn carriage rides where everyone dons Victorian clothing! I will be sure to make a trip next December!

Rhys, whose itch to take a road trip & photograph sites of urban decay lead us to Guthrie, was so wonderfully patient with me when I discovered several antique & junk shops in and around Guthrie. I wanted to share my two favorite stops with you all: Country Corner (located at the intersection of Division St. & Oklahoma St.) and Kokopelli Village Antiques & Collectibles (located on Harrison St.).

Country Corner: I was was so excited to step inside because the antique shop is actually a Joseph Foucart building! I got to take a peek inside one of his architectural gems so that in itself was a real treat! There were so many excellent pieces, but Country Corner is a must-see for anyone looking to purchase antique furniture, books, or kitchen ware. Their greatest trove of treasures lies in their basement: a huge row of shelves filled with Kitschy, retro kitchen sets (mainly from the 40s, 50s, and 60s). Although not steampunk, the sets were all complete and in dazzling shape! It was wonderful to see over 50 kitchen sets totally complete & in near-mint condition.

Here are some of my fave finds from Country Corner:

Guthrie II 064Tubes galoreGuthrie II 067Glass Doorknob Hatstands! (So unbelievably fabulous)Guthrie II 065Working Grandfather clocks (Sadly, there were no broken ones for me to take home. I never break my golden rule: to only re-purpose broken or irreparably damaged clocks & watches.)Guthrie II 066Hi Nipper! Country Corner had an impressive selection of radios, phonographs, & records.Guthrie II 068

Kokopelli Village: This antique shop was my favorite stop. By far, it has the most interesting antiques–especially if you are looking for Victoriana & steampunk. Their collection of sewing machines is impressive. I saw a late 1800s child’s sewing machine with a painted scene from Little Red Riding Hood on it that was truly breathtaking. (I may wind up purchasing it for my grams; in her entire sewing machine collection, she has nothing like it.) In fact, there were several sewing machine notions throughout Kokopelli.Guthrie II 077Among their massive collection of furniture and jewelry, I also discovered typewriters, shoe-stands, and hats!

Guthrie II 078Looks like my type! (Rhys’s affinity for puns is rubbing off on me!)Guthrie II 079

What I was very happy to find among their collectibles was a variety of antique tools. Their tool selection is broad–they have a number of wrenches, screwdrivers, awls, hammers, saws, etc. from a broad age range. I was especially excited to find tools with wood handles. At my last show, unfortunately someone stole my pipe wrench with the wood handle. It had been a gift from my grandfather (he knew I loved to display tools among my jewelry and had parted with it so that I could use it). Now I am saddened that I will never see it again, but I did find a wood handle screwdriver that has lessened the sting of my dear wrench’s absence. Nevertheless, I love old tools and now have a new place to find them!

And last, but definitely not least, Kokopelli Village has Victorian-style dresses! They are reproductions of Victorian patterns & very well made. When I inquired about their price, I was happily surprised: only $150.00! The fabric alone would be close to that price not to mention the time & energy it takes to sew following older patterns (Just ask my mom about plackets!). I will certainly be making another trip to Guthrie, and Kokopelli Village will be my first stop! Guthrie II 081Guthrie II 083Hope you are all cozy & warm wherever you are. Now I am going to curl up with some tea and my latest steampunk book, David Barnett’s Gideon Smith & the Mechanical Girl , which is hard to tear myself away from already (only on Chap. 2).



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