Artist Trading Block–Boom!

Artist Trading Block–Boom!

Artist Trading Block-Boom!

I’m going to give the details about making this Artist Trading Block (ATB) in a later post, but I wanted to at least share a picture of the final outcome. Hope you enjoy.

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  1. Hi Betsy, thanks so much for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment. I have no idea how you found me (Pinterest?) but I’m glad you did and now it brought me over here to read your blog. I love a blogger with a sense of humor and you’ve got that…plus a lot of talent. I bought a half dozen of those red spigots from someone on Etsy but didn’t know what to do with them. Wheels….who wouldn’t have thought? Stop by any time

    • Hi Joyce, I think it was pinterest, but honestly I don’t remember now (sorry). It might have been through another blog. Don’t worry I’ve already visited your site several times. I plan on being a regular visitor. I just never used to comment on people’s blogs, until I needed to do so as part of blog development. Before then, I happily stayed in the shadows-ha ha. Thanks for visiting and the nice words, I hope I keep you coming back for more 🙂 – Betsy

  2. Betsy this ATB is inspired! I love it…especially the use of the faucet knob as a wheel! You are rockin’ the block girlfriend!


  3. Thanks Amy, You set the standard so high that it keeps me on my toes. 🙂 I had the faucet wheel in my stash, but after struggling to remove it from the faucet without the proper tool (did you know ADHD husbands NEVER put tools away in logical places–heh), I was thrilled to discover that the hardware store sells them without the faucet attached. It made everything much easier. I can’t wait to make my next ATB–I’ve already got ideas brewing. -Betsy

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