ONE: A crown for a man
When you turn 90, you should get something special, don't you agree?
My Dad is a huge pain in the patooty to buy gifts for. Not that he wants for much; some hankies or flannel pajamas are all he asks for.
I mean, he's 90--he already has everything! So hmmmm, what could I give him that he didn't already have?
So I made him a crown!
Happy Birthday Dad!
TWO: Soldered charms
This is the surface of my dining room table and is a great example of what you might end up with if you don't know what you're doing. Like looking down the business end of a soldering iron and not paying attention to what's underneath your (hot) work station.
After learning how to solder from Julee Herrmann, I tried my hand at soldered charms, and they turned out pretty good.
The metal buckle wouldn't accept the solder--bummer.
I made one that has a map of the street where I grew up! More charms in the works...stay tuned!
What are you working on? Please share! I hop you take time to create every day (or at least every week!)!