I took pictures of earrings I had made with from my newest beads, and spent the last several hours trying to figure out how to edit them. That was after I cussed repeatedly at the computer because it also makes downloading from the camera so difficult. Old computer, I plugged in camera, turned it on and it downloaded automatically. New computer, I have to find the "my computer" function and them manually move the pictures from the camera. Probably is an easier way, but have yet to find it .
Darn thing is even giving me problems as I type this ... the screen keeps changing it's resolution and I am doing nothing but typing. Very frustrating ,,,.. I foresee a large learning curve.
At the last Puyallup clay gathering, Kim showed me how to make a leaf cane. I am not a caner. I don't seem to have the patience for it, but I was assured it was an easy one to make. Still have a problem with keeping the form of the leaf when reducing, but am told that too comes with practice.
Here is an earring made from one of the multicolored spiral beads I showed yesterday.
While putting away old beads on my worktable, I came across a pair dragon egg beads that I had made several years ago. Finally made them into earrings.
And for my final pair ....these are not polymer, but I fell in love with these seahorse beads at Michael's. Bought the string and made up these for me and a pair for my scuba diving friend. Hope she likes the beads as much as I do.
Wow, as many postings in 2 days that I have done in 3 months. Maybe the greys have ended?