Red Many Horn had the honour of becoming one of the swag postcards! Crikey!
Jean Power - remember this book is inspired by her work), meandering through wings, horns, zigs, zags to the awe inspiring dizzy heights of the Fortuneteller Bangle before ending on beautiful cones.
Each page is thrillingly illustrated with all sorts of colour combinations and project step outs that make me gasp in bewilderment at the beauty of the piece and the mind of it's creator. Some of the colours used are breathtakingly beautiful and others I would never have put together in a million years, yet sing together. Each page is an inspiration.
Peppered throughout the book are these beautiful "Pearl Of Wisdom" boxes - and they really are! I love these little boxes so much - they explain complex ideas simply and convey excellent advice in areas that cause the most pickles. Love love love!
Pink Pinstripe Ruffle Cuff that I made and sent to Kate.
Below is a list of the the people who contributed and beaded - the whole project felt like Kate was the captain of a huge (and probably rather unwieldy!) ship, flinging out ideas and little nuggets of advice that we all fed upon and made our own and passed back to her for approval and all was approved, every item was greeted with absolute pleasure and amazement which spurred the whole community on to further amaze and delight. This book is not just a static book but simply a snapshot of what is evolving on the eBook (password protected) and on the Facebook Page (just click "Like" to join this thriving and vibrant community and enjoy the delights as they are created). It is thoroughly bizarre and utterly wonderful the way this is an open source project. Join, get the book as a souvenir but come and get involved in this project, you'll find that you are so much more capable than you ever thought possible. I have.
And this is the author picture of the lady herself. Wearing a crown, naturally.