Autumn Colours

Wind chime Autumn colours 3

I am having a craft stall at Banbury’s Canal Day on Sunday (the weather forecast looks grim but we can hope for a break in the rain!). As it is a market stall, effectively outside, I thought that a wind chime would be a perfect thing to make to drive the stall holders mad but look fantastic.

I consulted my team of crafting buddies and Autumn colours were chosen. The six Bullseye colours I chose were woodland brown, tomato red, French vanilla, citronelle green, marigold yellow and tangerine orange. Like the other wind chime we made as a group, each piece has all 6 colours on it, making a vibrant piece. The finishing touches of small nuggets, previously made in the kiln, straight stringers and wiggly ones created in a candle flame just make it completely unique and fun to grace anyone’s garden.

If you’re in the area on Sunday put up your brolly and come and have a look. I’m showcasing my Christmas decoration collection for the first time and have lots of wonderful pieces, good for gifts or to brighten up your own home.








Published by Cosy Creative Crafts

Hi My name is Jane and I live in North Oxfordshire, UK. I started making greetings cards and jewellery, progressed to working with stained glass, played with a microwave kiln for small fused glass items and then went all the way with a studio and kiln. I then explored lampworking and enjoy playing with hot glass too.. I have also been a knitter and crochet(ter?) since childhood. I enjoy playing with colour - the brighter the better in my opinion. I attend craft fairs each year in the local area as my glass is attractive face to face. I also run workshops in my garden studio and love to share my skills with others.

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