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Wendy Cevola 11/16/17 Day two on the Big Island of Hawaii continues with a tiki surprise!
danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-03-13 09:45 am   Permalink

hang10tiki we could only have more fun if you lived in our town!

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I saw one of my Tiki Bob's on B.F.'s facebook page. He needs to run!


Wish List #6 Dan continues to pack up the Hot Tub Hula Girl mugs to ship.

Danno caught me just in time to add a tattoo band to her arm and to bake her the next day. Now she is boxed to ship.


As people respond to my messages and they are ready to ship I


printed, folded and added to the boxes the care instructions.


Dan ran out of peanuts and had to go shopping for more.


He has a good system. He pours them into a tall box and uses it to pour into the smaller boxes.


The first mug has gone out via a pickup by Robyn.


We gave her a half tour, just the downstairs. We have a new friend who is now totally into tiki!


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I have started to glaze more projects but I will have some catch up photos to share first. Cheers, Wendy





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Posted: 2016-03-14 08:09 am   Permalink

Thank you Wendy for taking care of my last "second" request! You are awesome! She looks beautiful!!
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Posted: 2016-03-14 09:10 am   Permalink

Danno you are very welcome. Dan hasn't finished all the boxing yet. We hope to start shipping all the Hot Tub Hula Girls in waves this week.

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Wish List #6 progress report. I am back to glazing.

But first I want to share the Birthday trip I planned for Dan. I had magical points for a two night stay at the Hyatt Regency in Burlingame. Magical because I earned these 10 years ago and forgot about them. They contact me via email to say they would expire at the end of March. So we had to go.

Before we left we went to lunch with friends who had found the perfect birthday card for Dan.


I went to an estate sale without Dan. I bought 400 records for $30 without looking at them. He had so much fun going through and finding some he liked. He ended up with 55 and the rest went to Goodwill.


The next day we were off to the Oakland Zoo. This ended up being Dan's favorite part of the trip.











After the zoo we went to Trader Vic's for his birthday lunch.








We checked into our room and didn't leave. The next morning we went here.

















We enjoyed our time in the academy. We spent the rest of the day going to thrift shops in Burlingame. No luck.


The next morning we set off on an adventure. Neither of us had been to Stinson Beach. We didn't know if there was a town, a park or nothing at all. We left San Francisco via the Golden Gate Bridge and


the further we drove the foggier it got. We were lucky during our trip that it didn't rain.


After an hour we broke out of the fog and found the coast again.


We made it.


This is downtown!


We choose this restaurant for lunch.


Where we sat we could see a rushing creek.


My birthday boy. Until August we are the same age.


We walked over to see the beach. It was very cold and windy so we didn't stay long.


We made a stop to see the Fort only it wasn't a stone fort it was an army base.


We could see the city in the distance.


Next we went to search for treasure in San Mateo. I found a romance thriller set on Easter Island in 1903 and Dan found a record.


We stopped at my favorite restaurant in San Mateo. The Fish Market by the river.





It was too cold to eat outside which is where I prefer.


The next morning we left for home. We went on different freeways with plans to thrift and antique shop.


In Pleasanton there is a tiki booth at the largest antique store. I just got two shot glasses from her booth.


At a thrift store Dan found two Hawaiian records.








Then back on the road. In another town after a search through a very large antique store Dan found these shakers. They are a tall version that he didn't have in his collection. Lucky strike when that's all they had and we wanted them.


We stopped at a Mexican Restaurant for lunch. The bathroom was very pretty.


We have been back home for a few days with Dan boxing and my glazing. He had a fun birthday.

Cheers, Wendy






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Posted: 2016-03-14 09:23 am   Permalink

Very neat trip you guys. Looks like a lot of fun!

 
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JenTiki
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There is a cool hiking trail at the foot of Mt. Tam in Stinson Beach with amazing views of the town and the ocean. A friend of mine used to live in Jerry Garcia's former house right at the base of the trail (the highest house in town). If you go again I can tell you where to find it. One of the best days of my life (that inspired my butterfly tattoo) happened in Stinson Beach, so I have a very sentimental attachment to it. I sometimes think if I ever win the lottery, I'll get a place on the beach there for when I want to get away from everything and just commune with the ocean. The best time to go is early October when the weather is perfect and the Monarchs are migrating.

There is a real fort under the San Francisco end of the Golden Gate bridge called Fort Point. It has been turned into a kind of museum where you can see the old soldier quarters, dining areas, etc. When I was a kid we had a summer school class called "Outdoor Ed" where we got to spend a night there and live like the soldiers did, eating the same kinds of food, sleeping on the straw mattresses, keeping watch shifts overlooking the bay throughout the night, and learning how to march and load the cannons. Also, if you weren't aware of it, the Walt Disney Family Museum is in the Presidio and has some great exhibits. Definitely worth a visit next time you're in San Francisco.


 
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Posted: 2016-03-15 07:51 am   Permalink

Wow
What a great birthday trip
Lots of fun
Glad Dan-0 was able to add to his record collection
And I've never seen those SnP shakers before, score
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hang10tiki Dan gets to be boss this whole month. Those salt and peppers are easy to find in the shorter version. It really was a thrill to find the tall ones in the midst of regular antiques. I hope you find a Tiki Magazine. I can relax and retire now...NOT!

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Wish List #6 is back in full swing as I glaze away.

I decided to do the Frankoma bowls next because I could fill up the kiln faster and fire sooner.

This one is the Wish of Atomic Chick and is all done in Espresso Brown. It takes a day to do two bowls because every step is done three times and I let each layer dry before I do the next. So I do a step on one bowl and then a step on the other bowl. Back and forth.














Now onto the bowl for a fb friend James M. Jr. His bowl is Espresso Brown inside the bowl and Sunset Red on the outside. The Frankoma colors died in the fire and the formulas that were in Donna's mind left her many years ago.





If glaze runs into areas you don't want it to be in use a stiff brush and water to wash it off. Then cover it with the new glaze.


To add a different color it helps to position the piece so the glaze can't run.


So I can push glaze with a brush up to the other color and it stays there.






Atomic Chicks drying and


James bowl drying.


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Dan coming back from our "fixed" mail box.


I had a surprise to find one of my paintings at the bottom of the index page.



I hope you all have a copy of Tiki Magazine. The article about me is out and it's a dream come true. So please comment if you read it. There are so many wonderful articles in these magazines that every tiki person should have a subscription.

I'm waiting for Psycho Tiki D and Tiki Hula to come over to see what they created. Thank you two so much.

lunavideogames the largest photo shows your Octopus Tiki Bob mug. We will ship to you today.

Cheers, Wendy








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Posted: 2016-03-15 2:38 pm   Permalink

Wow my mug (your mug ) is famous! I'll definately have to find a copy of Tiki Magazine with your article. So great that you were featured!!!

Looks like you guys had a fun vacation. Hope Dan's birthday was amazing.


 
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Posted: 2016-03-15 8:12 pm   Permalink

Wendy- congradulations on the huge article
Can't wait to see it
And get an autographed copy

Treg- glad your killer octopus Bob mug is in it too


 
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Posted: 2016-03-16 12:59 pm   Permalink

I'm excited to get the bowl. I can't wait to see you guys at Oasis. It has been way too long! Are you going to Kon Tiki? We might go this year, our first time!

 
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lunavideogames thank you so much. Dan had a great birthday. The vacation was a needed break and very fun. The magazine gave he a huge thrill. I hope I get to read some more comments like yours.

hang10tiki I sure hope you can find a copy. I'm not sure there's a place to look for one in Sacramento. I'm so excited. Without Psycho Tiki D and Tiki Hula it wouldn't have happened at all.

Atomicchick we hope to go to Tiki Oasis but can't make it to Kon Tiki in Arizona. You'll have to say hi to everyone for us. Am I bringing your bowl to Tiki Oasis or shipping it?

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Wish List #6 this is for James M. Jr. his second Frankoma bowl. If you would like to know the story of the little tiki go to page one of my pages here and scroll just past the crawl mug post.

I always start with damp bisque. It makes the glaze stick harder to the ceramic.


These are his color choices for this bowl. Brown/green outside and green inside.


I pour in the glaze and tip the bowl until the whole inside is covered.


Then I pour the excess back into the jar. Photographing and pouring doesn't always work well.


I wiped off the glaze on the rim and touched up the edges.


I did one glaze on the bottom where my name is located.


I did the first layer. I let it dry some.


I did a second layer and


a third layer and


I think I did a fourth layer just so I had enough brush strokes that went up and down and sideways.


Next I did the edge, yep, three times.


Now it's ready to go sit and dry until its time to fire.


Another day at the home tiki factory, Wendy





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Posted: 2016-03-16 7:23 pm   Permalink

Home tiki factory
That was good


 
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hang10tiki thank you. Did you find a copy of Tiki Magazine yet?

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Wish List #6 started in September 2015. One day at a time. A lot has been shipped but there's more to go.
Victoria added a Hot Tub Hula Girl to her collection. I spy one of my Tiki Bobs there two.



Rich T. on facebook ordered these two Frankoma bowls.

The first will be black on the outside with red bursts of color and a Caribbean Blue on the inside.


For this bowl I began on the outside. I didn't want any specks of black to get on the bowl once the inside is glazed.


Adding the second layer.


When I did the third layer I made sure there were red crystals placed all over where they would look good.


Oh no, I want to glaze the inside and the ouside is still wet. So I put a second wheel on it and then lifted and


flipped and I was good to go.


All done. I never put crystals where there is detail. It will fill up the indentations and make them flat.


Because I did the outside first I have to brush on the interior glaze.


Second layer.


Third layer and all done.


For his second bowl he wanted two green/blue glazes with crystal bursts. I used the same techniques as I did on his first bowl.


Since these two glazes clash in color I asked it I could put a band of black around the top to separate them and


he agreed.


I didn't get a photo of that part done on this day but I will later on.

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I'm looking at my Tiki Magazine article every day. I hope that many of you will see it at least once. Cheers, Wendy



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Not yet




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Posted: 2016-03-18 01:58 am   Permalink

Awesome work. I miss you guys!

 
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