Hi everyone! I've joined in again to create a bracelet for the Global Genes Project. This hop is hosted by Erin Fickert-Rowland of Elysianstudiosart.com and Christine Altmiller of OneKissCreations.blogspot.com
If you've never heard of the Global Genes Project, I copied this straight from their website. I think they can say it so much better than I can.
We have been given the opportunity to help put a little cheer in the lives of the families, by making a bracelet to show our care and concern for their struggles. Here is the bracelet I chose to make for the project.
A Little Twist of Fate
It is a straight Ndebele, with a little twist in the middle. I chose that to signify that twist of fate that changes our lives. And also to show that, just like the bracelet, our lives do go on. Maybe not in the same colors, but we do persevere.
Since they ask us to make it an adjustable bracelet, I chose to create a clasp with chain and a jumpring. This way, it can be worn by a variety of sizes.
Initially, I added the jean to the ends, to signify the name of the project, but I decided it just didn't work for me.
I had a great time making this, just as I did last time. If I get a chance, I have one more idea that I'm working on for the project. Stay tuned for updates!
Here is the list of participants. Please go see all the cool bracelets created for this wonderful cause.
Update: For some reason the links were not working on my page. Please go here for the list of participants.