I started by finishing up a few projects that were half-done. I finished a "steampunk" bracelet designed by Tim Holtz. I dyed a white bedspread navy blue, sort of. The dye was a bit uneven so I'll have to do it again, but in the meantime, I can see how great that color will look in my bedroom.
On Saturday I took a playday and went to the home of my Zentangle teacher, Debbie Perdue. She and her pal Barb Fuller showed us how to do iris eye folding cards, collage cards, and cards that integrated Zentangle with other designs.
beautiful wings. Which is true. So I have this "trophy" strip of wings. And I decided to cast one of them in resin with a brilliant lime green piece of paper as the background. Okay, it's not a great picture, but you can see how beautiful the contrast is.
I think classes are a great way to get re-enthused about crafts. Good teachers re-awaken the creative spirit in you.
Anybody want a grasshopper wing?