Mar. 6th, 2016

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water is life • how … how could it not be? • how … how could water not be a basic human right?

$5 from this will go to the Transgender Resource Center of New Mexico • trans people being kinda liminal & all • seemed appropriate


materials • this is an interesting piece of seaglass • possibly it’s a sort of ceramic instead • in any case i found it while mudlarking along the banks of fountain creek in colorado • technically i suppose it’s creek glass • or creek ceramic • but nobody would know what i meant

• the copper wire was gifted to me by my brother-in-law, who salvages it from the generators he repairs for a living

• i hammered the larger wire flat & then spent a while wrapping the tiny thin wire around & around & around

• that part was pretty fiddly i’ll admit


size • the loop is about 2″ across • more or less

• the seaglass is a little over an inch wide by a little under an inch high


Originally published at The Vagabond Tabby. You can comment here or there.

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sometimes we laugh because otherwise we’d be crying • resistance is hard • it’s work & it’s heartbreaking • sometimes we gotta laugh • sometimes we gotta cry

$5 from this will go to the Transgender Resource Center of New Mexico • trans people being kinda liminal & all • seemed appropriate


materials • i found the seaglass while mudlarking along the banks of fountain creek in colorado • technically i suppose it’s creek glass

• the copper wire was gifted to me by my brother-in-law, who salvages it from the generators he repairs for a living

• wrapping the really thin wire like this is tedious but wow does it wind up looking cool


size • the entire piece is just over five inches wide • & about three inches long

• the middle piece of seaglass is an inch tall

• i am pretty sure you can figure out the rest from there • more or less


Originally published at The Vagabond Tabby. You can comment here or there.

rogue one

Mar. 6th, 2016 10:35 pm
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imperfect & flawed • a ragtag group of heroes • they didn’t survive • but they did what had to be done • let’s learn from this

$10 from this will go to the Transgender Resource Center of New Mexico • trans people being kinda liminal & all • seemed appropriate


materials • i found the seaglass while mudlarking along the banks of fountain creek in colorado • technically i suppose it’s creek glass

• the driftwood was gifted to me by a friend who collected it on a beach in california

• the copper wire was gifted to me by my brother-in-law, who salvages it from the generators he repairs for a living

• i bartered for the wood beads with a friend in pennsylvania, trading some of my soap

• the red glass beads were another barter, with a friend in pueblo


size • the entire piece is about six inches long

• the driftwood piece is just over two inches wide

• the seaglass is an inch and a half long by an inch wide at its widest


Originally published at The Vagabond Tabby. You can comment here or there.

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