Thursday, March 25, 2010

Outside the Box

There are two sides to "thinking outside the box." Sometimes the box is a good thing. Keeping a box allows you to perfect it, and it's various sides and aspects will gleam from all the polish. Then there's that stubborn one that shows so much promise but yet won't line up the way it's supposed to; the flaps are nonadjacent, and you're about to chuck the whole thing all together... but a new idea dawns and you begin using tools outside the clumsy box to make it right. Good Times.
Fifteen years of jewelery making and the possibilities are always staggering. See the results of my favorite "formulas" here:

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