I left Illinois to move here to Arkansas in 2001. I did not to go back to Illinois until 2009, in those 8 years wind farms started popping up all over the area where I am from. I was so mesmerized by them. I had trouble driving because I just could not stop watching them.
Every time we have gone back I have just enjoyed looking at them. I know if I saw them every day I would probably think that they were ugly. But just to know that they are as big as they are and help out like they do is really awesome.
Here are a couple of pictures my daughter took while we were driving. Aren't they cool? Well I think so, and now when we go back to Illinois and I see the wind farms I get really excited because that means we are getting close to our destination and we can get out of the car! LOL
So with that, here is my inchie. I used 6 colors of delicas. I hope that you like it.
Also this week I decided to bead up some more of my patterns. These are all Kawaii inspired patterns. I think they are cute and will be modifying them some so that I can sell the patterns in my shop later on.
I also made some popsicles.
The original pattern was the purple one (I know it looks blue but it is purple). I realized that this pattern was too big for an earring so I redesigned the pattern to fit the pink one and it is more the size of earrings so I was happy with that. I will still use the purple one for a pendant. These are just 2 of the 5 expressions that I designed. Each pattern is just 3 colors of delicas. I think they are so much fun.
My daughter then had a great idea that I should design one with a bite out of it. Why didn't I think about that? LOL Well this is what I came up with.
This one is 4 colors, and I added tears since someone bit into her. I can't wait to get to making all the sets. I think when i sell the sets that I will have one pattern of all 3, that way you can have a pendant, and either earring style, or both if you want.
Well that is all I have for this week, Don't forget to fly on over to EIM and check out all the energy that is going on over there. Have a blessed and creative week everybody.