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Shedding Light on Art

fine focus needed,
ingenuity called for,
shedding light on art ....

Yes I needed as much light as possible,
my love came to the rescue ...
shining more light on these little babies
it's been awhile,
fine art yes,
but getting that thread through the
 'eye'
is like coaxing the 
proverbial 'camel' these days!
with the help of these two lovelies 
daughter & daughter in law to be,
we came up with these ~
they're going to be
name placement tags
for the wedding of my son 
James to Karen
Friday, 6th May 2011

Comments

rebecca said…
yes! your incredible beauties need all the light they can get!!! (incredible beauties including your sweet eyes!)

burning question....
how many of these beaded treasures will you be making???
Noelle Renee said…
Dearest Sue,
These are simply gorgeous and so much more beautiful and luminous because they were created by a community of loving hands for such a glorious celebration to come! What a wonderful idea! I love it! Thank you for your lovely words to me today dear.
xoxo,
Noelle
miss*R said…
beautiful. made from the heart. xo
Carola Bartz said…
Beautiful name placemat tags! These look gorgeous and I immediately thought of wedding when I saw them.

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