What a wild and crazy summer! After a whirlwind of events, the months have flown by and before we realized it: Pagan Pride Day was upon us once more!
What an amazing weekend! I met new friends, saw many old friends and was brainstorming with wonderful people on what we should focus on next. If you are visiting this page for the first time, welcome! I am so grateful you stopped by my booth and had a chat with myself and Yarn Twisters. If you are interested in Saucy Links chainmaille, you are also in the right place!
To keep in touch with all of the projects that we are working on, please visit my Facebook page: Bewitching Dreams! Be sure to like a couple of posts, so that Facebook's algorithms will continue to show my posts to your timeline. If you do not have a Facebook account, you can still view my work in progress pics there since it is a public page.
Without further ado, here are some pics from this weekend!
My raffle donation included an autumn wine goblet with basil, coleus and one of my brand new planter tentacles. This one was black with rainbow suckers!
Our side of the tent!
Rainbow of Cthulhus!
Saucy Links chainmaille jewelry and D20 keychains!
After the craziness of the holidays, I am trying to get back into a normal schedule of blogging. My friend Star at ColtPixy.com had the great idea of restarting Work Table Wednesday with her blog and I am joining her in the process!
The first picture I'd like to share with you is my 3 Leaf Clover Itty Bitty Cthulhu. He is nearly finished and only needs a base and some glaze to protect him from any glittery leprechauns! There are several other Itty Bitty Cthulhus in progress, as you might notice from the background!
If you look carefully, as several friends and fans on my Facebook page did, you will see a suspiciously Vulcan Itty Bitty Cthulhu. After hearing the news about Mr. Leonard Nimoy passing away on Friday, I immediately sat down and started working on a tribute Itty Bitty Cthulhu. He will not be for sale.
He is the first Itty Bitty Cthulhu that I have made for myself. He still needs a final round of curing, before getting a glaze and base of his own. Star Trek has contributed a major influence on my life and Mr. Spock was one of my favorite characters. Mr. Leonard Nimoy was an amazing actor and man, whom I enjoyed watching in many projects. He will be missed. LLAP.