Thursday, February 28, 2008

Get Luck-y with the OT Gang!


It’s Ornament Thursday again and our team of amazing artists decided this month to get luck-y and create projects based on the theme of luck. They’ve outdone themselves! Check it out! Thanks for stopping by and all the Ornament Thursday Gang wishes you luck and happiness today and always. Look below for a full view of what Cindy Gimbrone our ‘featured artist’ of the month has created with her lucky spiral project, she's also written a two-part tutorial posted on two of our OT blogs! FABULOUS!

Art Bead Scene Lucky ABS! We're part 2 of Lucky Knots!

Cindy Gimbrone aka Lampwork Diva Luck is knotted up in Part 1 of this tutorial

Earthenwood Studio Chronicles Melanie is inspired by a lucky Leprechaun to make a fairy tale, treasure filled necklace

Jennifer Heynen of Jangles Lucky Charms Bracelet...The name says it all. This bracelet has everything to bring you good luck.

Jenny Harada Jingly Good Luck Charm

Joolz by Lisa As Luck Would Have It...Lucky Earrings

Katie's Beading Blog Make your own luck with these fun, swingy earrings!Labyrinth O' Luck Hali has created a finger labyrinth journal designed after a 4-leaf clover.

Linda Augsburg at Make It Mine magazine Lucky doesn't begin to describe the adventure I had making this T-shirt...

Lucky Lucky to be... based on a coin holder a friend made for me...

Lucky To Be Me Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the fairest of them all? Well, YOU, of course. No matter who you are when you look into this magical mirror, you'll be reminded you're lucky to be you!

Lynn Kvigne - Beading Help Web Irish Proverb Window Ornament - step by step instructions for making this year-round ornament that may bring luck right through your window!

Melissa J. Lee - Strands of Beads Good fortune is yours with this cookie-inspired necklace.

Snap out of it, Jean! There's beading to be done! You'll "make Jean's day " if you check out her lucky Pendant with a Clint Eastwood eighties twist

Swelldesigner Swelldesigner gets lucky this month with some super colorful, sparkly painted bangles

The Impatient Blogger Luck starts with a wish...Margot shares an project she created for Simply Beads last August.

Savvy Crafter Get Lucky over on Candie's blog! She's giving away some Lucky charms and see her earrings made with napkins! Bon Appetit!!

Were you wondering what the OT teaser was? Were you lucky and guessed it was a glass spiral handcrafted by Cindy Gimbrone? Here’s the complete picture – a design by Cindy called Lucky Knots and Lampwork. She’s written a free, two part tutorial complete with pictures. Part one is on her blog and part two is on Art Bead Scene’s blog where she’s one of the editors.

1 comment:

cool said...

I like the one in the picture, it looks nice on red but I think there also could look nice in other colors