Monday, August 3, 2009

Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Once again I am a running a few days late getting my "Wizard of Oz Challenge" posted on time! July has been very busy packed full of family gatherings and celebrations!
In case you don't know about my challenge , you will find a list to the right of this post. The invitation is still open for anyone who wants to join me! Just let me know when you post your project. July is also past the halfway point of my challenge. Whew! Five more months to go! Just for a heads up I am planning on a give away at the end of this challenge , so stayed tuned for the details. I can tell you now ,the item for giveaway will be one of my projects! You really should let me know when you stop by for a visit, I will determine the recipient of my giveaway from comments regarding my challenge ! :)
My inspirations for the month of July was "Somewhere over the Rainbow". When I think of a rainbow I always wonder about the "Pot of Gold" at the end of the rainbow, and the Leprechaun's legend. I can see Dorthy and little leprechaun's digging through a big pot, looking for the treasure of their dreams, peace and harmony or big chunks of gold. Here is my little pot of gold. I used a viking knit with dots of color from the rainbow. My little pot is a made from copper tubing, copper disc & washer. I filled my little pot with a gold flower tack, gold mica dust & resin.


Tammy's Treasure Chest said...

That is AWESOME! I love it!

Molly Alexander said...

Wow - another stunning piece! I just love it - great job!

:-) Molly

SherryRoseBella said...

Stefanie I always love reading your posts! I love your creations!! July has been a very busy month for me, too! Thanks for stopping by my blog!

Diana said...

Love your pot of gold....I would like to find it at the end of a rainbow!! Your weaving through the viking knit is great!

Lisa said...

this is fantastic.. i love it.. so very creative and your photography is fabulous...did you use photoshop for the effects?

diane said...

Oh, how unique! Love that viking knit Stephaie =)


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