Usually right after I finish something major, which in this case would have been that moth necklace with 32 metal components, I have a hard time getting back in the groove. Kind of like when you read a good book and then you finish it. What do you read next?
So my TADA posts have mostly been bits and pieces that I've been playing around with until I get into that groove again, until I think of the next great idea. I'll try out some enamels, I'll fold some copper, I'll pierce some shapes out of copper, just keep acquiring little 'bits and pieces.' I usually feel completely aimless and start wondering why I do this. I start cleaning things to avoid thinking. But eventually, I end up with all these bits and pieces and I look at them and arrange them and play with them and eventually something comes together. Usually something I don't expect. (Snow White is on in the background-yes, my husband is watching it-and I just realized I was typing in time to the dwarfs singing 'Heigh Ho, Heigh Ho it's off to work I go')
So here are some of the bits and pieces. Maybe next week I can show something I did with them!!