After a shopping trip for gazing ball, glue, screws (I always assume I have plenty of screws, but somehow the ones in the drawer are never the right size), paint, and a couple of hours sweating and drilling holes, spraypainting, cogitating--here she is with a neck made of a plastic sherbet cup, a gazing ball head, and purple wisteria vines wound with copper wire for decoration. I had planned for the vines to be hair, but they couldn't be attached close enough to the head for that to work. She's a little Medusa-like, I think, but friendlier. She may acquire a necklace and possibly a flower bouquet or a banner held in the upraised arm. And I'm considering a tiara, or maybe a floral wreath would be better. Open to opinions on that one--send a comment if you like.
Bobbe Shapiro Nolan, Fiber Artist in Eagle Lake, TX. Trying to learn to call the sewing room my studio, and myself an artist. I retired after 15 years in hospice nursing--so now I have the time!.