Today, I am also thankful for obstacles. They allow me to grow and learn about myself. They also teach me that I can jump pretty high and often, making those many leaps and bounds with success. It is great to step back and appreciate the challenges that I encounter in the studio while creating handmade jewelry art.
Maybe it is a little frustrating sometimes but, the best finished items sometimes stem from taking the long road to completion. Today’s TNT (This-N-That) blog post from Club Creative Studio post salutes every creative soul that learns from the obstacles placed in their path.
When I first started out with the idea to twist wire in a certain way for this project, I wanted to make segments and attach them together. I wanted each step to be easy enough that I would want to duplicate it again and again and not be bored.
The results are pretty cool. What do you think? The obstacle I faced in the beginning was how I might do this the best way to create a project from many separate parts. I think I will certainly make more twisted wire items and see how I can use the same technique while I vary the designs.
The Feature Friday post will share a few more original art samples I created with twisted wire.
- Creative Thankfulness (1) (clubcreativestudio.wordpress.com)