Local Tourist: November 2018

Posted November 30, 2018 by shooting in Cincinnati / 16 Comments

It’s time to share all the fun, local adventures you had this past month with myself and Dara from Not In Jersey. Join us every last weekday of the month for Local Tourist; you can link up your posts below.

To be honest, there wasn’t a ton that I did in November that would really suit a Local Tourist post. I had a couple wedding showers to attend for one of my best friends, and I saw a couple movies (A Star is Born and the new Fantastic Beasts); I loved both of them. I also just came back from New York City, and I’ll have posts about that soon, but obviously that’s not local to me.

However, I did attend a library event with my mom where we made tiles. It was supposed to be a bit of a Fall theme, but most people really just did what they wanted. I think they turned out okay…we both made two, and liked one over the other.

My family might be attending a local event tonight, and if so, I’ll talk about it next month. For now though, that’s about it for November’s local adventures.

What about you?

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16 responses to “Local Tourist: November 2018

  1. Kim

    I love the local tourist idea. We didnt get out much this month as we should have but hopefully next month we will be better about making it a priority. Those tiles are cute! What a fun little project!

  2. Am I remembering that you have done several great projects through your library. Yay!!! My grand made me a tile coaster at an art fair and I wish I had sprayed it with a gloss topcoat to protect it right away. Some of the art wore off on the bottoms of my cups before I realized I could something about that!!
    Our art museum has had some great free programs recently for making crafts. Most recently a dia de los muertos mask. Hoping they will do something fun for the holidays.
    Are you home from NYC???

  3. Ooh, those are super cute Lauren! Did you need to use a specific tile paint? They would make great coasters! The two you weren’t so keen on, which I think are adorable, you could always try mosaic with them. You just need a little glue and instant grout to fill in the cracks. I love mosaic items, they remind me of Mediterranean summers. I’ll be checking out my library over Christmas to see if they have anything on as well!

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