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Wendy Cevola 5/23/18 Tiki Central Swap mug: I Dream of Hawaii ready to ship.
Philot
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Posted: 2018-04-06 09:27 am   Permalink

Wow, the Jeannie project is really coming together. Can't wait to see when you start working on the glazing.

Is this going to be Jeannie or her evil twin sister Jeannie?


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2018-04-07 09:45 am   Permalink

Philot the man who ordered works for Disney in Florida so it's defiantly the good girl. I'm glad you like it. The glazing and enamel will make or break it. Oh no I shouldn't say that because it hasn't yet fired. Horrors!

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Always working on multiple projects at the same time. So while setting up the garage sale this is what's also going on.

Remember the bowl I broke by losing concentration?


It came out of the kiln just fine. The repair with Magic Mend worked.


After unloading the kiln it


was time to wash the art in 40 degree water.


Yep I've got tables filling up back in the house. I have to keep them dust free.


After sanding it was time to


fill the kiln.


Two days later it was time to


unload the kiln.


Then back to washing and taking it all back into the house.


We have been lucky. Each work day we find tasks that work with the weather conditions. I sanded in the shed with a heater behind me. I'm wearing ear guards because Dan is outside dusting with the air compressor.


Another load of Sacramento crawl mugs into the kiln


for firing.


This is my hobby so not matter what it is all fun work. Wendy

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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2018-04-08 09:35 am   Permalink


Everyone knows I can't stay away from a good swap. I jumped in and finished sculpting my I Dream Of Hawaii project. The big challenge will be in the glazing.

So here it is, my nightly dream.

I first cast a Tiki Bob.


I cleaned him up and made his eyes larger and


then made them look closed as if dreaming.


For whimsy I did pineapple ears on each side of his head.


This is how I started the lei.


I then turned each pressed area into a flower.


I stopped taking photos until he was finished so here are all the sides.

The sun and Diamond Head.


A check list of the island he dreams of traveling to.


Pineapples and


Palm trees.





Tying it to the swap.


All done and ready to dry. Then he'll be sanded and bisque fired. That's a ways away.
Thank you MadDogMike for another fun swap.

Wendy


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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2018-04-09 09:09 am   Permalink

The work on the Sacramento Crawl mug for October 2010 continues step by step and day by day. It's really adding up now.

Each time we fire we wait until the kiln is room temperature to open it. This prevents cracking.


Also we are going to wash these mugs in very cold weather because it's still winter outside.


They are lining up one by one in the hallway inside our home. We keep them dust free with a plastic cover.


The mold is beginning to leak. Not so much that I have to plug it.


Once they are dry in the garage they come to the shed to further dry.


Then they go outside to be sanded.


Dan dusts them. Washing off dust once they are fired is way harder than dusting them first and washing off the residual.


Dan loads each one after


he dusts it.


Another batch is fired and


removed from the kiln for washing.


Outside they go and then


into the scrub water and then rinsed in the next tub.


See how far I've leaped ahead now.


That's 78 mugs so far.


I've never been this far ahead before. Looks like I can have a few days off! Wendy

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littlegiles
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Posted: 2018-04-09 11:17 am   Permalink

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I've never been this far ahead before. Looks like I can have a few days off! Wendy




Shhhhhh....if you say that, you jinx it. If anyone deserves some days off it is surely you two.


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Hamo
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Posted: 2018-04-09 5:49 pm   Permalink

I dig the Swap Bob. His Diamond (fore)Head is a nice touch....

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2018-04-10 09:44 am   Permalink

littlegiles oh oh, does that mean no one will show up for our huge tiki garage sale or does it mean none of the glaze will stick to the volcanos and it will all run off the bottom? Our days off will be the day of the sale and the day after as we organize what is leftover!

Hamo Diamond Head are his "bangs". I'm happy you like the dreamer.


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This is the countdown to the HUGE Tiki Garage Sale. Here are the last of the photos and rules.

April 14th, 2018. Doors open at 8 AM and close at 1 PM.

Here are some more photos.


Dan figured out the best area for hanging the Hawaiian Jam's World shirts for sale.


100% rayon and very well made. Four dollars each, so cheap you could buy them just to wrap your mugs for the trip home!


Here's what the sale looks like from the driveway. We were able to separate two tables so more people could get in close.


The back left wall has shelves with mugs too.





The plastic sheets in the back are covering things not for sale. Our garage is decorated tiki so if there's no price tag on something that is hung on a wall then it's not for sale.


This rack hangs well above a doorway. Sit it on a ledge and put in two nails at the top. Dan's selling all the mugs we had on it so he decided to also let the metal rack sell.


Sometime prior to 2006 I won these two boxes of Moai lights on eBay. They were listed as "new old stock".


We never hung them and put them away. Dan just accidentally found them in time for our sale.


They are clean and


all the bulbs lit up for each box.


I had no table space left so I put them here in front of the back table.


We went and bought one more table for check outs. You load a box then unload it on this


table and we'll add up what you spent. Or you can write your name on the box and set in on the driveway with me until you have finished shopping and filling all your boxes. I will have felt pens available during the sale.


Bring boxes and bubble wrap. I am not supplying these it's up to you.

Thank you for checking out our sale. Cheers, Wendy

PS if you need our address just write a note here are send me a personal message, I also take them on facebook








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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2018-04-10 12:44 pm   Permalink

Busy busy
Like that swap Bob

Garage sale
No way
Biggest TIKI sale ever !!!!!!!!!

U will have many happy people show up Im sure


Cheers

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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2018-04-11 09:36 am   Permalink

hang10tiki you did an accurate description of our days!

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In addition to our garage sale there is clay work to be done each day. Here's what we have been up to.

There are more volcano crawl mugs and then all the Bumatay Mermaid bowls.


Since the volcanos are thicker I decided to do the bowls so that the heat of firing will further insure the volcanos are dry.


I had to wait until the bowl was dry before I could flip it over to clean up the fish attachments. I want to carve down the lumps of clay.


HORRORS! it didn't go well. One of the fish just popped loose, flew through the air and broke into pieces.


I can't fix the fish so I smoothed the area he came from and added the name of a new bar.


Close up.


Then I sent the bowl to Dan for dusting. I heard an, "OH NO", it happened again a fish came loose.


He didn't touch it. I must have loosened it when I was carving down the clay lumps.


This fish was opposite the other one that fell off. So I added these words.


At least the fish were in good places.


I did more sanding, Dan dusted and then to the kiln room for the day it will fire.


This bowl was or is for Karen Nichols. I will now inform her of what has happened. Only 6 more bowls to go. Clay is fragile
so many steps can go wrong, Wendy

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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2018-04-12 7:32 pm   Permalink


https://www.facebook.com/wendy.cevola

If you friend me on facebook you will be able to watch a video I made showing everything on the tables for the garage sale.

Today I made sticker tags with the men's sizes on the shirts to make it easier to select what will work for you.



The single garage door will remain closed during the sale so that everyone will stop at the check out table.

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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2018-04-12 7:43 pm   Permalink

Wish List #8 continues on one project at a time. Some projects require a re-do and a re-do and here's what's happening.

The I Dream of Jeanne statue needed to have her bottle nearby in an appropriate size. So here are the steps to making the tiny bottle and what happened at the end.


I just took some clay and made sure there were no air pockets in it.


Then I made this shape and let it sit overnight to firm up.


The next day I started adding clay to build it into the right shape.


From this point on it's add clay and carve.














Even something this small is hard to make so I want credit for it.


All done and very small.


Taking this photo showed me that somehow I had not made the bottle topper the right shape. Comparing the small bottle, the drawing and what I had made was an eye opener. I will make the topper again. This is the third time.


With a flash.


Back to work! Wendy

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As a friend once said, "hells bells", I'm not sure what it means but it feels right. I have just been told that a mug in our garage sale has been selling on eBay for $300 to $400 dollars. The person that told me offered $200 if I would take it out of the sale and ship it to him.

Well I can't be really stupid so I raised the price to $150 making it the most expensive item in our sale. If it sells great, if not I will ship it to the person who told me who is in Florida. Sorry to those who wanted it for the first price.





I hope by letting everyone know on all my posts that no one will make a trip to our home just for this one mug whose price is now higher.

Thank you, danlovestikis aka Wendy
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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2018-04-13 11:04 am   Permalink

1 more day

 
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danlovestikis
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hang10tiki now it's tomorrow. Fingers crossed that it goes well.

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Jungle Bird is open noon until 1 AM on the day of our sale.
Those of us in Sacramento know that we are very fortunate to have this very authentic tiki bar so close by.
Be sure to visit after you are done at our sale. The food, drinks and atmosphere are all you could hope
for so don't miss it.

Address: 2516 J St, Sacramento, CA 95816

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Today we finished stetting up inside.

I set up the two original paintings. Ken Ruzic's is covered with glass but that can be removed.



I put together bags of similar or related items and added them to the sale.





These are located at the back of the garage.


The sale is tomorrow and now it's exciting. I hope we can sleep tonight. Cheers, Wendy

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Joshua Bell
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Posted: 2018-04-13 5:26 pm   Permalink

Have fun tomorrow, Wendy! Wish I could drop by but I'll be in LA-la land. Probably for the best as we don't *need* anything more stuff...

 
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