This is the original flower cane that I made.
The middle cane was done in the extruder using the largest square disc. The cane on the right was done with the same disc but I put a half an inch of gold clay on the front of the cane. I could have used black but for demo purposes I wanted to use another color. As the end of the cane came out of the extruder I got something really awesome.
The cane did a twist at the end. If you take your cane and twist it slightly before you put it in the extruder, you will get the twist also. I did a spliced cane and ran it through the tiny circle disc and it came out perfect but really small which is great. That's my story and I'm sticking to it.
WHAT IS BURGUNDY
This looks like burgundy. My 96 year old friend wanted silver and burgundy earrings.
I went to the bead store by me and 4 people gave me beads they said were burgundy and not one was close to what the other one gave me. I make earrings for my friend for every blouse she has. She's in a nursing home but she dresses to the nines (I never understood what that meant) every day. She also has a better memory than I do and has two martinis every night before dinner. I'm rambling. I bought some beads and made two pair of earrings but neither one looks burgundy to me. I'll send them to her and see what she says.
The top ones look black in the picture but they are a little brownish-red. I guess I'll be on the lookout for burgundy. I only know the kind that comes in the bottle.
I remember that movie. Ann Margaret was pretty good looking then, I guess we all have to get older.
I sold 5 of my baby bird houses today. YEAH. It's amazing how many people want to give you ideas about how to make things like that even after you've put 3 hours in each little bird house. Teeheehee OK, I'm listening. Where's that burgundy????
Good night Booboo. It's really quiet here without you. Big HUG.