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wendy cevola 7/15/18 huge tiki garage sale #2 july 21st 7 am until 11 am. Dan's new Album Room Done
hang10tiki
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Posted: 2017-12-15 7:23 pm   Permalink

Ummm
That Moai available in mug form?


My favorite cocktail backdrop





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Worst sound ever, slurp of an empty tiki mug through my straw!!!


 
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Hamo
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Posted: 2017-12-16 09:35 am   Permalink

Quote:

On 2017-12-15 18:49, danlovestikis wrote:

Hamo thank you. When you tell me the page I go back and look at where you left off.



Glad I can help you ďreliveĒ some things. In the first post of page 395 (Christmas Day three years ago), you mentioned randomly looking back at page 288 and finding your post about the previous yearís Christmas. Kinda meta. Just donít get stuck in a time warp....

Now up to page 410: you and Dan just returned from 17 days on Maui.


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2017-12-16 6:27 pm   Permalink

hang10tiki you always take fun photos for me. Thank you. I'd already forgotten what my swap mug looked like and there it was.

Hamo nothing beats a Hawaiian island. In all our travels those are the best. I will travel back to see those Christmases, thank you for sending me there. I love coincidences.

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Finishing the Moai pedestal bowl.

When I had finished cutting and cleaning the bowl I saw that one side was starting to sag. I propped it up and left it sit under plastic for a day and then it was firm enough that it stayed put.


I'm really happy with my vinyl covers. I just wipe them off with a wet paper towel after use. No clay down the drain.


Using the backend of the same paintbrush I decorated the outside of the bowl.


All done and ready to mount. I checked to make sure that the bottom of the bowl was firm enough to hold it's own weight. I did this by holding the bowl with two fingers and a thumb in the middle of the bowl at the bottom. It didn't make a dent or sag.






I made sure all the tops were the same height and then I added sticky clay to each one.


I stuck the bowl on top and I was all done.




















Now this bowl is with the other under plastic and slowly drying in the garage.


Two big bowls. Wendy

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Hamo
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Posted: 2017-12-17 5:39 pm   Permalink

Two good-looking big bowls. Just think if the pedestal bowl sat inside the other one; thatíd be one massive moai bowl....

Page 343: Youíve just returned from an Alaskan cruise for your 37th wedding anniversary. My parents celebrated their 37th anniversary last May. They actually took an Alaskan cruise for their 30th; it was much colder than your trip, and Dad didnít really enjoy it. But he did like their Caribbean cruise from New Orleans last January.


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2017-12-18 07:38 am   Permalink

Hamo thank you. Dan had said the same thing about putting the tall one inside the other one. When they are done I'll have to take a photo with them together. Our last cruise to New England was freezing like your parents Alaska cruise. We will have our 40th anniversary this May. We must be older than your parents!

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My nephew just wrote a new Christmas song and performed it at the church where he is the director/pastor. I'm so proud of him.

https://youtu.be/n9DyhQKod8Y

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Time for Christmas photos of how I decorated our home. I finally got it down to a 15 minute set up time.

I bought a pine wood tree at a craft fair. I had green spray paint from the re use it store.


Once it dried I started to cover it with lights. Once done so am I. I will just put this in plastic bags after Christmas and it will be good to go next year.


All wound up.


Our neighbors cat likes us and comes to visit each day. All the lights are on a timer.


All done. The pole lights are lights just put between two sheets of chicken wire. Then to hang them I have three levels with long wires that we pull to the back and twist.


I finally have no lights to wind and unwind. Those on the bushes are net lights. So easy. Cheers and Merry Christmas, Wendy


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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2017-12-18 8:52 pm   Permalink

15 min
Wow
Takes me that long to get off the couch
When I decide itís time to put up the tree


 
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Prikli Pear
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Posted: 2017-12-18 9:00 pm   Permalink

Those moai bowls look absolutely spectacular. I can't wait to see what they look like after glaze and firing!

And the PT Cruiser is back! Yay?


 
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Hamo
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Posted: 2017-12-18 10:33 pm   Permalink

Iím not about to ask your age, but it seems like you two are just a couple of years older than my parents.

Dad says he canít retire without a hobby. Iíd suggest tiki ceramics, but heíd say heís not artistic, and doesnít get tiki culture, either. Besides, you and Dan work harder than heíd want during retirement, and Mom wouldnít allow the scope of collection you allow.

Page 445: glazing the 2015 Sacramento Crawl mugs. Danís beard is majestic.


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2017-12-19 07:37 am   Permalink

hang10tiki inside the house takes even less time. We have to keep our time free for making tikis!

Prikli Pear the PT Cruiser has been fine the car that was totaled was our 1996 Toyota Camry. With only 85,000 miles it was our best car. But we are lucky that we still have two left a 1998 Avelon with 170,000 and the 2003 Cruiser with 90,000 (which I inherited from my dad). We change the oil every 6 months and this keeps the cars going and going and going. Almost no repairs just battery and tire replacements. We hope that we can keep these two going for another 10 years and then we will buy used cars. We don't like to be in debt so this is how we work it.

I'm so glad that there's been good comments on the bowls rather than "What another Moai bowl!" Thank you.

Hamo not a problem, I'm 66 and Dan will be in a few more months. We are so happy to be in good health for our ages. Maybe your dad would like to take walks and to find the most perfect photo shot each day. I have a friend who does that and she is healthier than all of us. Being on your feet keeps a person in good shape.

It was fun for awhile having Dan with a beard. It's neat to see how the colors show up in facial hair. In the end he preferred shaving to having a hairy face.


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Working on Wish List #8

When I do the Hot Tub Hula Girls I always end up with extras. The reason is that someone will order a "classic" and then after I make it they see a custom and say, "Can I order mine that way?" So then I do theirs over again.


This one is for Fred Ferrer who saw one with a lei and decided his needed it too. This is how I start when making flowers.







This one is for James Dinwiddie II who decided that one of his wife would be more fun than a classic.

Even the coconuts are hand carved.


I just needed to change the hair style.











These two will also be blonds. Cheers, Wendy


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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2017-12-20 08:51 am   Permalink

Thank you all for the visits to see what I'm up too. I watch my numbers as well as the comments. I am lucky to have you all!

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Since October I have been working on Wish List #8. Anything I could do would be ahead of the January 1st startup schedule so it's been fun.

I have orders for Black Velvet paintings as well as ceramics. Some of them will have a mug available. For sure I will need a mug for the Tiki Oasis Art Show 2018. So I decided to make some ahead. I also have an order for 2 on the Wish List.

Here are the first steps then I'm off to work.

I will be doing the mug that resembles the one in the middle but without the head piece cone.


One cast a day until I have ten blank mugs stored in big plastic bags which I can use over and over again until the zipper gives out. I always wet the zipper area before closing and this helps to preserve them and to make a good seal.


Out of the mold there are mold lines to remove and the top has to be cut off at just the right place.


One by one cut


and clean.


At the end of the day I had all 10 prepped and ready to alter. I put a plastic drape over them for the night so they firm up but don't dry out.


More fun tomorrow, cheers, Wendy

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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2017-12-20 7:07 pm   Permalink

Canít wait to see them come alive

 
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Hamo
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Posted: 2017-12-20 10:58 pm   Permalink

You are always busy. I hope you give Dan Christmas Day off from tiki work.

Page 462: Tiki Bob restaurant pole mug for Wish List #6, plus Halloween. Not sure what Danís costume was; maybe a bearded jungle shaman?


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2017-12-21 08:01 am   Permalink

hang10tiki I really enjoy making these because I like to do the super carving.

Hamo we will have those two kids back again for Christmas but they sure are older now. Dan says thank you for getting Christmas day off.

I drove past the Tiki Bob pole one time and saw that parking nearby would be impossible. I would still like to go back.

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More steps on the Spitting tiki for Wish List #8. This took a couple of days.

Any air pocket, even tiny, will explode the mug or crack the mug in the kiln. I carefully knead the clay removing them. Once that is done I roll a log for the tiki.


Then I wet the mug with slip and the roll with a spray of water so that it will seal to the side of the mug.


I press the clay roll to the mug, but again I can't trap any air along this seam.


Once that is done I build up the clay along the seam, first with small amounts and


then with larger amounts.


The logs as they firm up under a plastic sheet will change. I have to go back and add clay to re-shape them the next day.


Thank you for the visit, Wendy


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Posted: 2017-12-21 8:23 pm   Permalink

All the same drum
Or diffferent ones?


 
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Hamo
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Posted: 2017-12-21 10:57 pm   Permalink

I was in San Francisco for one day this past August and missed Tiki Bob, too.

Page 472: Christmas 2015, Mexican cruise, beardless Dan gets a colonoscopy.


 
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