Custom Made & Hand Painted Maple Thread Palettes & Thread Winders
I have bee pretty busy making & painting specifically for filling custom orders, but I have been trying to squeeze in some neat things in between~ I just got this palette set finished and listed on eBay this week~ for those of you who collect my palette sets, I think this one may be the last to go on eBay before Christmas. It is truly a one of a kind set, the ships wheel thread winder was so difficult to cut out that I am 99.9999999% sure that I will never ever make another one! If you love ships as I do, or whales~ you can check it out on eBay here. The ship is of coarse, the USS Constitution, the very first commissioned Naval ship.
Thought I would also share some of what I have been painting palette wise~ for those of you thinking of designing your own special one of a kind thread palette...or better yet, if your group or guild is having a special get together or function, think about having me design a special thread winder~ they make wonderful and useful take home souvenirs! You name it, I can paint it....I think :) I never thought I would paint the Golden Gate Bridge on anything and I think it came out pretty cool~
This set was made to match a slate frame I painted earlier this year, the palette my version of a 19th c Audubon engraving
This set was fun, made to commemorate a trip to the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta with a hot air balloon shape palette and thread winders to match the favorite special shape balloons of the recipient...I still cant believe I painted Yoda!
Have a special building in mind?, I can paint those too~ or how about your house? That would be fun! If interested about having a palette set or special thread winder made, just drop me a line at email@example.com
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