Sunday, November 15, 2009


Here is my second entry for the Art Bead Scene's November challenge. When I went to the bead show last weekend, I fell in love with so many pieces that I thought could work, and landed up putting them all together for this. The long skinny very interesting stick was made by Anne Dilker of Moss Hollow Pottery. The lovely fairy face by Moggie Moyer of Bead my Love. I wrapped the face in the neatest copper filigree by Kabela Design, and that great little charm that I think MAKES the whole thing is what LeAnn Weih of Summers Studio calls a "doo dad!" Copper chain by Kabela, labrodorite, yellow chalcedony, lapiz, and wood.


This is an inchie box and inchies I created for a swap. The first photo is a sample I made to make sure I liked the look . The finished product has to be shipped flat, and the the recipient can decorate with the inchies they receive, and also embellish it if they wish. This was a bit of a challenge for me, since I never was very good at 3-D in college. I was pretty happy with the way it turned out.
Life has really gotten in the way recently of my creativity, and I feel like I am overflowing with ideas and they have no where to go. I cannot even remember to write down everything I think of. Hopefully this week will be less chaotic. I am planning on making this an art/jewelry priority week......I hope I can pull it off!


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