Hiya everyone I hope that your December is going well. Mine is trudging along. I hate that I have no energy. I have not even had the energy to get back to the other blog that I started a few weeks back. I have wanted to and am excited about it but it takes so much just to do this blog right now that I am not focusing on that one. Not yet anyways. I am still working on the weight loss. Just not blogging about it yet.
But for now let me get back to this blog. Over at Every Inchie Monday the theme is Locomotive and my first thought was to make the bullet rain but since that would not fit in an inch I went with the next best thing for me. Part of the gates that protect us from those lovely LONG trains.
With this inchie I used 4 colors of Delicas. I like the look of this one. If only I could have added some LED lights or something LOL.
Also this week over at 2x2x2 the theme is Sparkle. I just couldn't figure anything out on this one. I thought about Twilight Sparkle of My Little Pony but I did not think I could make that in 2 inches so I just thru some words together on a rainbow background and called it good. Also, note to self, next time you make a rainbow background make sure the lines are thicker, as changing colors so much was a true PITA!
Don't forget to fly on over to EIM and 2x2x2 to check out all the great artwork and designs over there and if you think you might enjoy playing along both sites have posted next years lists already so why not join in?!? I hope that you all have a great rest of your week. I am just happy that I finally got the pictures to post after trying for 2 days! This is the price to pay for living in the middle of nowhere lol. Have a blessed and creative week my friends and thank you for stopping by and leaving me a comment, I love to read all of them.
As always, I love your inchie and twinchie! I usually suck at trying to insert words or letters into my peyote, so rock on! You are doing great, especially with such a small space to work with! I hope your energy picks up, but the weight loss thing has a LOT to do with it. I speak from experience here. Do NOT let it get you down. This too, shall pass! The end results are so worth it! xoxo BeccaReplyDelete
Thanks Becca, I think that it has alot to do with the season change as well. I do my best to walk alot at work and try not to binge when I get off work, which is the only time I seem to do it. I am good all day energy and food wise until I get home and seem to crash lolDelete
So sorry to hear that you are still struggling! I see that in no way seems to hinder your beautiful beading that you delight us with every week :-)ReplyDelete
Sending positive energy thoughts!
Thanks Sally, it takes me longer to do it but I do love it. Thanks againDelete
what a good idea for your inchie! It's always inspiring to see what you do with beading in that small space! Your sparkle rainbow twinchie is gorgeous. Sorry you aren't feeling your best - hope you feel better soonReplyDelete
Thanks so much Kia.Delete
Looking at your beautiful work makes me wonder if they still make those "Light Bright" toys that my boys had. You would love doing large, lit up versions of your work! I had to laugh because, silly me, has three blogs. I think we might just be a bit crazy? Nice beading!ReplyDelete
Thanks Jean, they do still have the light bright but it is not as cool as it used to be back in the day. But I do like your idea.Delete
Yup, we're all just a little bit crazy. Hope you get your energy back to where you want it to be to tackle all of those things you love to do. Great inchie. Thank you so much for participating in the TwobyTwo! Have a brilliant day! cReplyDelete
Thanks so much CherylDelete
Usual fantastic bead workReplyDelete
Hope you soon feel more energetic
Love Chrissie xx
Thanks so much ChrissieDelete
Interesting new blog you've started. Love your beading this week, especially the inchie, no, the twinchie, no, the inchie, no, the twinchie. See, told you I like your beading :-) Have a nice week.ReplyDelete
LOL thanks so much, glad you like itDelete
Fabulous bead-work, and the lettering is brilliant.ReplyDelete
Thanks so much Wendy!Delete