"Suthing C" Windchimes

by R.Hollis
(West Auckland, New Zealand)

Suthing C

Suthing C

I started a night class Copper Foil/Leadlight Course. I learnt the basics over an 8 week course, and never completed a project whilst on the course, however since finishing, I have completed this Copper Foil Wind Chime and also my Make Up Brush Holder. I am of New Zealand Maori decent, and one of our traditions is that if we make something, we give the first project away. My work colleague "loaned" me some of her equiptment eg:Soldering Iron, transfers etc, whilst I did the course, so I thought it befitting to give my first complete project to her. This Windchime is it. She liked it.

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Jun 04, 2012
Awesum
by: Ms Hollis

The US idea of "trimming" etc is awesum, I just love the whole "giving/paying it forward" concept.I have 2 weekends ago, been gifted 4 boxs of excess stained glass off cuts of glass in various colors & textures as the lady that used to do stained glass now enjoys gardening, so in return I went & bought her a variety of flowers, a feijoa tree, some vegetable seeds so she can grow her own, sunflower seeds to make her garden look happy & also a beautiful windchime. People always wish they were rich or are always money orientated, but I think people are alot richer in other ways.....Karma always comes around one way or another. Thank you for sharing :) Namaste

May 25, 2012
Cool idea!
by: Butchman205

Here in "The States", we of southern US origin...call that "giving away trimmings."
It is said, if you give away seeds or trimmings from your garden or shrubs, yours will always be blessed and flourish.

Apr 11, 2012
wind chimes
by: T

I love these I have never done this before and i am going to try these for the first time. I am donating some of my pieces to a k-9 rescue and i thought this would make a great donation piece once again you are very talented thank you for sharing your gift... Terri

Jan 07, 2010
Thank you
by: R Hollis

Thank you for your kind words. I have since made another windchime for my mother in law, pics to come :)

Dec 28, 2009
Suthing C windchimes
by: Anonymous

You did a beautiful job and a beautiful thing in paying it forward. Keep up the good work.

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