Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Oh! How I Love "What If" Days

Today I had a free day in the studio!!  woohoo...that doesn't happen very often - there's normally always something to prepare for.  Anyway, today I decided to simply play around with "whatever".  I cleaned my workspace free of everything and grabbed a few things out I haven't played with for quite a while and just started experimenting.

What would happen if I do this?

What if I add this on top?

What if I folded it this way?

What would happen if I put these two together?

It's always so much fun and my journal was definately on hand to take some notes so I don't have to ever ask these "what if" questions again!

I ended up with some really cool things at the end of the day.

These are some of my experimental tiles.

Played with shapes and surface treatments.

I really love this one.

A good play but lots more to explore with this one.


  1. That last one catches my eye, because the top part reminds me of a pine-tree-lined shoreline in northern Michigan. And I love the gold and orange, too.

    1. oh Julie how lovely to hear from you. I kinda like the orange one too and that's so interesting to hear your comment on the top part of that bead. I thought it kinda looked like some kind of city scape or tree scape of some sort as well. Thanks so much for your lovely comment.

  2. Loving your discoveries playing with what if. Those little dots, like colored pepper shaken on, are particularly intriguing. Found you from The Polymer Arts Blog, now will be visiting regularly.

    1. hey Deb, that's so gorgeous honey - it will be lovely to have you visit from time to time. Glad you like the "what if's" - they're always fun. Thanks so much for taking the time to comment - it's really appreciated. x