I finished the 2013 A to Z Blogging Challenge, which kept me blogging throughout April. One of the pleasures of the challenge is discovering other artists and bloggers who are participating, and these folded tissue paper window stars by Ann of Harvest Moon by Hand caught my attention. Like the stained glass cookies of ZOOM, these are another encounter with letting light shine through color.
The Craft Show at the Kimberton Waldorf School is one of my favorites to participate in, and the students sell their own handiwork as well, including Waldorf Stars. They remind me of the Moravian Stars I grew up with. My congregation was the home of the Alberta Starcraft Workshop, which constructed Moravian stars in one of the Sunday School classrooms during the week. Walking into this room was like walking into a galaxy, with stars of many colors hanging along the walls.
Interesting post on using a star to learn multiplication: Math Star
More Orange Goodness at my Orange Tuesdays Pinterest Page.
I can’t believe these are tissue paper! Ann’s work is lovely!