My entry shown below, was my first attempt at weaving, and what better to weave at this time of year, but a Cornucopia (a horn a plenty), filled with fruit, and spilling outward.
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This is how our challenges work. Each Season our Guild has a challenge.The winner of the challenge not only gets featured in our Team's Public Blog; they also get to choose the theme of the next Season's Challenge (our next Challenge is the Winter Holiday Challenge). Then each participant uses their own personal style of creativity to invent a piece of jewelry to enter into that Challenge. Call it a "Chain Challenge," call it a contest that goes on and on; either way I always find it very exciting and I absolutely love making something that I have never done before (see my Spring Challenge entry in links section at the bottom of this article). I didn't enter the Summer Challenge this year, as I was busy with KT's famous wedding (link at bottom)!
But now I'm baaaack, to full productivity. I never try to do something I have already done, for me creativity always represents something new, otherwise it is not creativity applied.
My entry was quite fun to create. I could see it in my mind's eye. Of course, creating it was my difficulty as I have never attempted any weaving like this before. But I have lashed! In fact I can lash a whole house's worth of furniture! I guess one might say I can lash just about anything! Too bad I wasn't on Gilligan's Island, eh? :o) Last year I lashed spiderwebs everywhere and I even have some in my shop now.
I got my fruit beads from another Etsy Seller, Deb (RedArtPriductions), Red's Home for Vintage Beads, Cabs, and Supplies; something I always try to do, considering we are all striving to make ends meet in our little shops online, and I always try to buy from them first, if the items I need are available.
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It is always fun to see what comes out of the minds of others, creatively speaking.
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