Owl About Meeting Me At Midnight? Three Aceos

Several years ago I contemplated opening a small shop.  I got so far into the planning that I wrote out many of the details.  One of the things that stuck with me was that I was going to have the word, "Owl" in the name of the shop.  Daydreaming and planning...but things happened and I didn't open the shop.  I threw away the paper with the list of details- along with my hope.  I later found that my husband had taken the plan out of the trash and saved it in his wallet.  He put it there since he knew I'd never find it!

So when Inspiration Avenue gave the Owl theme, I thought about that shop and wonder if...Anyway, here is my first ever attempt at painting an owl, so I've given you two.  These are aceos in acrylic.  They are taped onto a plastic/flexible chopping board sheet which I cut in half.  The card in the middle is leftover paint, haven't decided how I'll use that one.  The words were added in Picnik.  Click the image to see it larger.

Also, don't forget the party that Inspiration Avenue team members are throwing.
Go visit, and join in the fun!


see you there! said...

Great owls and I love the story of your plans finding their way to your husbands wallet.


Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

I would say that was true love that your husband saved your dream all these years in his wallet. I'm so glad you joined the IA challenge this week. Missed your entry last week.

Both of these owls are adorable. I like how you paint, and I really like the one in the football gear. That one really made me smile. You make great art.

Craftymoose Crafts said...

I love them both--really nice the way you put them in front of the moon! Thanks for sharing the sweet story with us!

Magic Love Crow said...

I really love them!! (The first one is my favorite) And, thanks for sharing your story ;o)

Tracey Fletcher King said...

That is a wonderful story to have shared... my husband is so looking a bit ordinary right now!!! Nice Aceos too and glad you are back posting. Missed visiting last week xx

Katherines Corner said...

How sweet he is to hold your dreams . I love it. Big Hugs!

Joni Nickrent said...

Wonderful post...love the owls! POP ART MINIS

Michelle V. Alkerton said...

Very cute :). I think I missed these on the IA reveal page.
Stay inspired!

JKW said...

I love the owls. Cute 'story' that they portray. I am in suspense, why did you want "Owl" in the name of your shop. . . there must be some significance. Thanks for visiting my blog. Blessings, Janet

Carola Bartz said...

Your owl is lovely, and I love the story you shared with us. Sad that you couldn't fullfil your dream of your own shop, but it's sweet that your husband kept your plans. Thank you for sharing this with us today.

Tracey Potter said...

What a sweet husband you have! Your owls are fun, I particularity like the top one with the moon and the heart leaf in the tree.

priti.lisa said...

Oh to have you own shop...I dream of that too...wish we could be partners, dontcha think 'The Priti Owl' would be a cool name? part coffee house, part art gallery?
Cute little atc's...♥♥♥

Additionsstyle said...

What a lovely story! Your husband is so sweet, I hope you consider opening up your shop one day.

Love the owls, they are way cute.
Everyday Inspired

New End Studio said...

Thank you, Darla!

Thank you, Elizabeth! I had to heal up from my fall, couldn't even try last week. Thanks for missing me!

Thank you, Deb!

Thank you, Stacy!

Thank you, Tracey F.K.! I left you a comment on your entry about your not so ordinary hubby and his help with the house! Lucky you.

Thank you, Joni!

Thank you, Michelle!

Thank you, Janet! I'm going to have to search the recesses of my mind to remember exactly the reason for the owl in the shop name.

Thank you, Carola!

Thank you, Tracey P. He's waiting by the Little Dipper, too!

Thank you priti.lisa! Partners, there has to be music, tea, chocolate, and pastries then I'm in! Art, books, ahhh... plus BYOB!

Thank you, Valerie!

All the nice commments about my husband, thank you so much. I still look at empty shopfronts from the outside and wonder. Whooo knows?! Thanks guys!