Glued this earlier this year, but never grouted until today when I grouted the Nativity and triptych and had lots of left over grout. Fiddly little things bore me lately, but had to finish it.
Oh gosh Slow... make me drool!! He's so charming and handsome!! You never disappoint!
He's a cutie.
I realy like that.Do you still have the pattern.Would love it.There is a lady here who cuts them out of vally tin they are huge very colorful ,They are a bout 5 feet long.
Your Mr. Gecko is very handsome! :)
I love the colors... and it's so smooth looking! I admire how beautifully you've made it turn out!
I love this little guy! Is it 3D or on a flat backing? It looks 3D....like he should just shimmy right on up the wall...lol. Great job and so adorable!
SLOW: Yur little Gecko is just too darn cute!!! I've been away awhile and thought it was time I checked bakc in!!!! He's just loverly GIRL!!!!!!!!!!!
that little guy looks tame for you! but the red toenails a rawkin!
Ohhh, he's so shimmy shimmy shake shake...love those curves!!! Good colors too, another job well done! Did you design him and cut him out yourself? I think Klinger needs to make one for her studio!!!heh heh!
Wow, that's great! I love geckos, I want to do one for our front outside wall but haven't gotten around to it yet. One day!
Thanks, y'all. I bought the form from Shelby, the teacher at the Hacienda last year in Puerto Vallarta - that one and the tulips. She had tons of cut outs. I was sorry later that I had bought such fiddly little things, but since I paid $25.00 each for them, I was forced to mosaic them. They w/be very easy to cut from pine or MDF - don't know why YET that I bought things I could have made. Thanks for your comments.