As I stare at the figure before me I feel a sudden stab of fear grip me…have I possibly bitten off more than I can chew and publicly no less..?
As you can see I have been thinking a lot about the project that I seem to have fashioned my new blog as “you learn as you go concept”. Through my crafting lows and pros moments where I either thrive and succeed with this project or completely flop finding that limit of where my creativity no longer has useful skill that I have yet to discover. Fortunately I seem to horde my crafting flops for some weird reason, which works out sometimes.
Tick Tock’s head is made from one of my less than inspired ideas to make a Chico-letta prop for my son’s Paw Patrol birthday party last year. I basically ripped off the head and cut the top in half to get the head I wanted. I am going to try to play with the sculpting of the frame before I get to the messy part of the paper mache.
I am quickly learning that for some of these projects you need to have a very creative type of mind when looking at the cast aways of trash. I am also beginning to see that not all failures remain failures. Sometimes with DIY for instance, one failed project is really just one reinvention away from greatness! Well, that’s the spirit that I need in order to keep my motivation high for this inspired Tick Tock piñata project of mine. I have many times before kept reinventing the project until it produced magic, my hopes are the same for dear old Tick Tock
Keep reading to find out more about how I progress with the creation of Tick Tock the Pinata Crock!