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Sticks &Stones smaller worksSticks &Stones smaller works

I recently completed 5 more pieces in the Sticks&Stones series:

All of these measure 8″x 10″x 1/2″and are available in my etsy shop here.

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9 comments to Sticks &Stones smaller works

  • Thank you for updating us with your new newsletter. These pieces are wonderful. Happy creating…

  • Sandy Jandik

    The top one is my favorite,but I like them all.

  • Wonderful colors and I love all the texture!

  • Hello Sue,these pieces are fantastic. I just love the simplicity of their lines. Despite the obvious fragile nature of the silk,they remind me of our harsh Australian outback,the burnished colours,the rippling contours,the sticks,the stones. They really strike a chord with the inner Australian in me. I have so enjoyed watching this adventure you are having with the silk.

    BTW,I received the Cloth,Paper,Scissors edition,along with some Grungepaper,and hope to make myself a replica of your lovely journal,it is great. Thanks for the newsletter,interesting reading,and links.

  • The little additions are wonderful,Sue. I was so pleased to read ‘the faux leather journal’in Cloth Paper Scissors. You did a good job with the directions.

  • Hi Sue
    They have turned out beautifully. And,btw,I receive my order of Mistyfuse over the weekend. Thank you. I may be in touch with questions.

  • These are delish. I love the couched items that give vertical movement to the pieces…what is that,yarn? It almost looks like wire-wrapped (hand-made) beads?

  • wow…….these are lovely Sue! So much richness,so much texture!

    I’m going to mention your article in Cloth Paper Scissors on my blog today –congrats on getting your paper bag leather journal published.