What I did on my summer vacation

I can’t recall whether I loved or hated the classic Back to School essay, but these days I am more than happy to show and tell.

The new Moon Myth patches made before our departure to the Outer Banks of North Carolina were stitched together …

 

accompanied by the warm sun and gentle surf sounds of our rental house deck. Likewise, Deb Lacativa’s dyed threads took in the beach air …

 

And if I didn’t get a whole lot done, there were no regrets for time well-spent with our loved ones …

 

Likewise, our return to Texas was eased by my attendance at a Wax & Words workshop conducted by Lyn Belisle
(whose SHARDS blog can be found amongst the Kindred Spirits in the sidebar)
It was definitely out of my comfort zone, this venture into mixed media, but Lyn made it safe and I ended up with several pages of “stuff” …

 

from which this piece emerged …

 

though I’m still not sure how best to orient it …
or …

 

or …

Any thoughts?