CiM daffs
recursion; playing with opaque cane.

I don't wish to imply that CiM is ugly; and Frances did the photography, which I think is pretty nice. Even the beads aren't horrible. In fact, I'm quite happy to have come up with a way to do daffodils, because now I can do other tube-shaped flowers, such as foxgloves. Goodie!

pressed hollow lentil, using CiM elphaba and daffodil (in the cane) for the March CiM challenge.

I'm actually reasonably pleased with the cane, as well: it is opaque yellow (daffodil) cased with alternating stripes of white (possibly peace) and elphaba (and opaque yellow green) and then cased again with a transparent orange or red. The result is nice, if not the lemon yellow of the daffs my spouse's sibs gave me...

vessel. According to my studio notes these beads were made on 26mar.

So I used daffodil yellow glass to make daffodil flowers.

But, I gotta say, this is not my best work. It's not even gloriously fugly. C'est la vie, sometimes mediocrity rules.