Sunday, June 21, 2009

Gothic Dream Catchers...


Good morning It's Sunday and my day off. I am working on my new little dragon. They are normally too big to bring home, but not this one, I just threw him in the car and away we went! So he's perched on my kitchen table. I have had my coffee and oatmeal and in the background on the TV...Jack La Lane is trying to get me to buy his juicer. It does sound like a good idea and I could use a few more veggies and fruits in my diet!(we'll see) Rose liked my "Poor mans stained glass" or "Gothic dream catchers. I just thought I'd stick a couple more on the blog and let "em float there for a while. I put them in my windows in my home, they reflect the sun so beautifully! We have an abundance of sun here in Arizona. In fact this morning I got up at sun rise and had to shovel sun light away from my front door to get to my newspaper! It not easy living here!

5 comments:

Rose said...

Still loving them! Was there pattern on the glass already cos there look to be little cut bits... How did you do that?

I have a lovely big window on my landing just begging for a nic ebit of glass...

3rdEyeMuse said...

your gothic dream catchers look a lot like what you'd see in a kalidoscope (sp) ... bet they do look gorgeous in all that sunshine. :)

Misty's Creations said...

They are just random inexpensive dishes from yard sales or thrift stores. You've seen them stacked up, nobody pays any attention to them. They come in all sorts of designs, some look like expensive cut glass.They are clear. I hold them up to the light to see if I like the design then I take them home and paint them with the glass paint. Yes they do remind you of a kalidoscope! I love kalioscopes!

Sarah said...

I thought I was following you???!! No wonder I missed all of your dragons and stuff!! So Sorry!! Sarah

Barbara/myth maker said...

What beauties you've transformed these into!