Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Seascape for MIL

This is the seascape I made for my MIL a few years ago. It measures 29"x21".

These are my favorite fish embellished with fine kreinik blending filament for sparkle.

I went to take pictures and my battery is low,so until they are charged, here is a peek. I had such fun experimenting and dreaming up things for this project.






Hopefully the pictures taken with charged batteries won't look so washed out. Later taters!

7 comments:

  1. This seascape is exquisite!! What a beautiful piece to have in your home. How did your class go? I'll just bet everyone was thrilled with the class and the gift from the teacher.

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  2. Love the seascape, it is beautiful!

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  3. I know you are teaching today at some time... I am lifting you to be the salt of the earth to your students. Loved the scissor fobbs I am going to have to make something for my new scissors too.
    Also I started a blog, and would love to have you visit, often.
    http://beaded2bless.blogspot.com
    Hugs to you,
    Ralonda

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  4. What a magical piece! I love it. This is definately a keeper to pass down through generations. I'm speechless.

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  5. I really love the colours of this piece, and the real shells, it really all works well together!

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  6. Beautiful piece you made for her! Fran and I picked up some of that sparkly thread last weekend - like you used to embellish the blue fish. I can hardly wait to try it, and this is a great place for it.

    It was so nice of you to make the scissors fobs for your class members! They will treasure those, I know. Did you catch up on your sleep now?

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  7. I can't believe the amount of work that went into this. Great piece of art.
    Terisa

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