I have been watching a lot of stuff on YouTube recently and it amazes me what some people don't know. I was watching a tutorial on embellishing paper clips and the person doing it stated that she didn't know there was a right way to use the paper clip. Is this because people no longer store materials or need to hold papers together since everythin is done on the computer? My reaction was, seriously!!! Then I watched another tutorial and the person (a different one) was again explaining the proper end of the paperclip to decorate. There are other things that I have seen that point out the generational differences. I am going to try and keep paper and pencil handy to jot some of them down.
Ooh well. I worked on my other challenges today and here are the results.
Tackle It Tuesday: J-A-N
|Tangles: Joy, Aura-Leah, Notez (Melinda Grant Butcher)|
It's A String Thing #76
|String 084; Tangles: Trumpits, Oolo, Fjord|
That's New to Me #3: V
Sometimes it takes awhile to adjust to a tangle. I had done this tangle in my book and it looked crazy so I never used it. This challenge gave me an opportunity to look at it and try it again. I really like the one that ended up looking like partial flowers.