I finally got the Owl and the Oak necklace back into the studio, where I could take a better picture of it than the one I did at the show, so I figured I would post it here. I really like this piece, but I am not sure what I am going to do with it now. I sold all the kits (yay!) and I don't think I will order the glass beads I would need to kit it up again. It was pretty intense! Since I don't want to kit it, I probably won't try to offer it as a class. I might be able to submit it to a magazine as a project now, which would be great because I have the instructions written. Well, it is something to ponder. One thing is for certain... next time I design a class project, I will make it simpler, supply wise. And somehow more complex, technique wise. It is a pretty repetitive process, so it wasn't much of a challenge to teach (plus my students were super skilled!). My other class was much more interesting for me to teach, probably because I am still learning the other processes myself, and I have taught about a million people to do wire wraps like we did in this Owl class. Things to ponder as I think about this whole teaching business... I am still trying to find the place for it in my life and career.