While we were working, mom happened to look out the window and said that there was frost on the trees. So I grabbed my camera and went outside to take some photos.
|Frost on a Copper Piece That Mom Has Outside|
|Frost on the tree|
|One Lone Leaf on the Tree|
|Stop Temp in the Garage|
Bead Soup Party, but there are some minor fixes that need to be done and then they will be ready. I finished up the pieces for the January Art Bead Challenge pieces. I had to discard two pieces because I really screwed them up and they were beyond salvageable, but we have enough pieces for our necklace.
January Challenge piece. The two crayon containers contain the beads we will be using in the necklace. There are four small wheat sheaves and the large wheat sheaf focal pendant plus lampwork beads I made. I plan on putting that necklace together tomorrow and taking pictures to post. Of course, that is the plan right now - who knows what will be going on tomorrow.
Oh, if you still have not signed up for the Bead Soup Party, hosted by the wonderful Lori of Pretty Things, there is still time to sign up. As of right now there are 145 people signed up from all over. Don't miss out on the fun! Even though you don't feel like you are a good enough artist to participate, don't let that stop you! Mom and I felt the same way last year, but I forced both of us to give it a try (forced us by signing up and not backing out of the challenge). Use this great Bead Soup Party to spread your wings and get your feet wet if you are new to any challenges. Sorry, I will get off my soap box now. I just want to encourage you to interact with a wonderful group of artists. The sign up for this challenge ends on January 14th.