Today's piece is my second version of the Tree of Life pendant; the first is pictured on day 1 of this challenge. This one has amber leaves, garnet apples, a small knot hole in the trunk, and the branches are more visible. You can see more details here. I'll do one or two more versions of these trees during March and I'd love to know which ones you like or don't like.
Wouldn't these be memorable gifts for Mother's Day or graduation?
Well, maybe you can win one...!
April 1 Giveaway
As a thank you for visiting, we'll do a One-a-day challenge giveaway on April 1. My best version of the Tree of Life pendant will be the prize. To enter, just post a comment on any One-a-day blog post (current or previous day) during March. Tell me what you think of a piece and why, and you're automatically entered. Be sure to include your email address when you post.
On April 1, I'll draw a random name from among those who posted. Your name will be assigned a number (chronologically, based on the first blog post you commented on), and the winning number will be generated from http://www.random.org. Entries are limited to the continental U.S. due to shipping considerations.
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