Friday, March 26, 2010

My new learning curve! Tin Can Art!



Last weekend- i attended a great class - my second one from a great teacher - Carolyn Waitt!

This was something really new for me, and i loved learning about it--my first try needs a lot of help- but it was fun- the class was fun, everyone there and the teacher- great and it was at Linda Bucci's home in Costa Mesa--such a great house and backyard!

So - here is my tin can bracelet--it isn't finished yet, i still have to get the right size holes in the tin, and my wire wrapping needs help--but i did cut out the little charms without hurting myself!

(also at the class, was Sherri Goodloe--someone i met at the last class i attended at Linda's--who is such a great multi-media artist and has a great blog---http://gotart4u.blogspot.com/ - please go there and check out her great goodies ---those zentangles are something i'd like to learn too-----but----i digress! ;>) )

ps--my camera is acting up - pictures aren't great - but....

4 comments:

cory - falling star lane said...

very cool tin working! - you were probably pretty close to me - i live in costa mesa!
:)

AlliesAdornments said...

This is going to be a great piece Marilyn. And 3 cheers for not hurting yourself!!

Sherry Goodloe said...

Ok, maybe if I leave this post up on my computer I will be encouraged to finish MY bracelet! Zentangling is so much more relaxing at the moment *smiles*

LOVE how your bracelet is turning out Marilyn! And your wire-wrapping looks just fine to ME!

Haven't sent out anything yet, but my bird shadow box workshop is going to be June 5th from 10am-2pm at Linda's. I am sooooo hoping you will be able to come!

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