Playing with Spoons on a Sunday

I’ve enjoyed my day today, finishing off some jewellery that has been on my table for a while.

This necklace with large polymer beads is not my usual style, but I thought I would try making something different.
It is interspersed with glass, plastic and metal beads, and strung on sparkly thread.

Long Poly Beads

Spoons ARE my thing at the moment.  This lovely glass piece found it’s soul-spoon today.

Black Crackle (1)

This spoon is full of tiny little curls I drilled from the beads on the necklace at the top.
Not sure whether to leave it as is, for the texture, or top it with clear resin.

small curls (2)

However you spent your Sunday, I hope you enjoyed it.

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Homebody Sunday

Today has been a “bits & pieces” day.  Not really sure where the morning went, but this afternoon D1 and I did some polymer clay playing.  D1 is covering her teapot she bought yesterday, and I am finishing up a lolly tin I started last week. (Pictures to follow when they are completed).  I like teapots, their usefulness and their interesting shapes, here is some pictures of one of my first polymer covered teapot.


We went for a walk with our cameras and took lots of photos, it was lovely to be out in the sunshine. 


Later I helped D1 set up her own blog so that she can show her pictures off, her blog is called Little Moments.

Where is D2?, I hear you ask.  Sadly, D2 has been struggling in with her advanced maths homework today, and aggravated sounds have emanated from the kitchen bench all afternoon.

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