This spoon will require some imagination on the part of the viewer. The plan is to have the bead strung in the center of the spoon handle with wire after it has been fired. So, gentle reader, please try to envision a horizontal wire through the handle of the spoon and through the bead in the middle; thus suspending it in the center of the handle. I can’t wait to see how this idea will turn out!
Sturdy spoon with lots of texture. Had a good friends over for dinner before they move away. We are going to miss them!
This really cool texture is achieved with the cap of a bic pen. It looks a little like reptile skin. 🙂
Textured spoon with raindrops. I think I am going to have to embark on another of my mini-challenge themes soon. Music, leaves, dog breeds and animals are some of my possible choices…
I’m thinking that I need a spoon theme to work on for a bit. I have a few ideas, but I would love to hear any suggestions from folks. Some thoughts I have for a theme are chess, birds, dog breeds or maybe more on the theme of the Celtic love spoons that I have done a few of.
My son suggested that I try a spoon that incorporates a Mobius strip. Never heard of a Mobius strip?
Per Wikipedia: The Möbius strip or Möbius band (UK // or US //; German: [ˈmøːbi̯ʊs]), also Mobius or Moebius, is a surface with only one side and only one boundary. An example of a Möbius strip can be created by taking a paper strip and giving it a half-twist, and then joining the ends of the strip together to form a loop.
So, here is my attempt at a Mobius strip handled spoon.
I found an antique button today that might just be my new favorite texture for clay. Have a look see!
Here is my best attempt at a sunfish. I hope that it is up to snuff for all of those fishing experts out there. I certainly don’t know much about different types of fish. Just two more Fish Fridays for lent!