I'm not sure I'd even have had the impetus to blog today if I didn't sign up for and have this blogging 'commitment'!
The weather had been glorious around here and the spring birding has been outstanding. So needless to say, I've been giving birding a lot more attention lately. There is a fantastic great horned owl nest, ridiculously close to my house that I've been visiting quite often. Probably an inordinate amount of visits. But gosh they are so cute and they grow so fast!
And of course I've seen a few other birds along the way
But I DIGRESS!
When I first signed up for this blog hop, I pulled out a couple of peyote strips that I had worked on ages ago, but when other more exciting projects came up I popped them in the UFO drawer (referenced in my last UFO post.)
Although these two items definitely spent a little more time on "The Other Tray". You know that one, the tray that has items that you want to get back to right away, and you don't move that beadwork until it starts to get dusty. And then you realize it actually needs to go in the UFO drawer, so it stops getting dusty? And oh, also because there is yet ANOTHER bead project you'd like to get going? Sound familiar?
So I started with the blue and gold one. Simple but time consuming, I'm glad this one is finished and has made space for other UFO's to take it's place int he UFO drawer!
And what about the silver peyote strip? Well.....it looks like this one is poised to be the project for the next UFO blog hop!
Thanks again Karen!!! Please take a moment to visit the rest of the group who participated in this inspiring hop!
Karen Williams, Baublicious
Francie Broadie, FAB
Christine Van Dyke Altmiller, One Kiss Creations
Therese, Therese's Treasures
Kim Dworak, CianciBlue
Liz Hart, Treetop Life
Liz En, Bead Contagion
Amy Severino, Amy Beads
Cynthia Machata, Antiquity Travelers
Hope Smitherman, Crafty Hope
Christi Carter, Sweetpea Path
Bobbie Rafferty, Beadsong Jewelry
Margo Lynn Hablutzel, My World and It's Full of Books