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This week, these sensational artists allowed their imagination to fly high. They grabbed hold of color, shape and movement and began to create. These talented, professional, inspiring artists invite you to see that if you have faith in yourself and let your imagination guide you, you will create more beautiful work than you have ever imagined. You will grow and learn more about yourself and about your craft. Each of these creations is an incredible gift.
Now, I invite you to stroll along and marvel at these creative kites.
Trina, creator of Woven Chains Jewelry, created this gorgeous pendant.
"This week, I made a pendant called "Colorful Path." I'm not sure what it has been about the themes I have participated in and rainbows, but that is where my inspiration has taken me," said Trina. "I wrapped beautiful rainbow colored rings around larger sterling silver rings in a weave called Stepping Stones. The weaving colors reminded me of the part of the theme that said "run, run, run and let your imagination take flight." I had a blast working on this pendant!!!"
Amanda, creator of Persistent Green, created this stunning painted handmade journal.
"I think my creative kite got caught in a power line this week. :) Right away, the theme inspired me to play with color and movement," said Amanda. "I decided to continue with my experimentation in journal-making, this time with painted covers and deckled cardstock pages. Everything was going well, until I reached the final stages. I must have misjudged the distance for my rings, since the journal won't open flat! Oh dear, back to R & D with this one, but I'm excited about the possibilities to come."
Felicia Kramer, creator of Another Bright Idea, created these phenomenal pieces titled, “Dream” and “Go Fly a Kite”.
"For awhile now, I have had ideas for some greeting card/poster collections bouncing around in my head," said Felicia. "I finally tried putting one of the ideas down and here’s a couple of samples. These are all Photoshop manipulations. You know how sometimes you just know that something is working for you? And then sometimes you keep staring at it and wondering why isn’t it working? Well, I’m doing the staring with these. I’m not unhappy with them but not totally happy either, so I guess I will call these works in progress and will welcome any constructive comments!"
Don't you want to test out your creative kite now??
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