Two months ago, I made a resolution to complete the 2016 A to Z Challenge. I meant to participate in the challenge last year, but time got away from me and, with only a few days to go before the challenge started, I wasn’t sure that I could think of topics for all of the letters. I didn’t want to get halfway through and stop, so I didn’t even start.
This time, I put together my list of topics early (in January!), so that I didn’t have to worry about not having a letter covered. On April 1, I’ll start posting six days a week (Monday to Saturday) to cover each letter of the alphabet through the month of April.
Six. Day. A. Week. That’s quite the increase over my current pace of two to three posts a month. It’ll be fun though, right? I hope so.
The topic that I wanted to do the A to Z challenge on last year, and that I’m finally getting around to doing this year, is my journey making silver beads using metal clay. I started almost two years ago, and, while I’ve shared almost all of my creations (one went to the recipient before I photographed it), I haven’t shared all of the process. So, I’ll be sharing the basics of what it is, some of the tools that I use, and a few of the tips that I’ve learned along the way.
Hope to see you here April 1!
For regular readers, did you guess what my topic for AtoZ was going to be? Is there anything that you hope to see me cover in my posts (I make no promises that I can fit it in, but I’ll try)?