Easier said than done.
This treasured piece had a bit of an accident when my son Nicholas swatted a fly on the window & the ballerina when flying through the air & hit the ceramic floor & became many shattered pieces.
This week whilst working with several of my students the idea came to me...
I'll foil the pieces back together! I had saved all the pieces to place her into a cement stepping stone for the garden but this idea seemed much more fitting & I had all the pieces!!!
I've started to grind the sharp edges & will show the next step of foiling next week.
Some things just have a way of working out!
And some a way of digging out!
Here is my winter wonderland as seen from inside the house.
Day Dreaming of Spring's Sights & Smells
They have not had a green St. Paddy's Day outfit, till now.
My Irish Grandma, God Bless Her, would've had the biggest smile seeing these! XO
Thank you for the visit, I hope you have a wonderful safe warm weekend wherever you are.
We are bracing for another snow storm this weekend & I can be found in either my sewing studio or my stained glass studio, either way, it is KYROTIME!!
"To be an artist is a privilege. To ignore artistic urges is immoral."
John Hubbell - human artist, sculptor, architect