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« on: October 29, 2009 08:40:38 AM »

I completed this for a craft swap (eastern religions) and was really happy without it all turned out.

I started with two shadow boxes and painted them with a medium red, then drew on the Bodhi tree and Ohm symbol - then painted them with gold and bronze paints. The Bodhi tree is based on part of a Thai tapestry. The dots were made with q-tip in gold paint.

The mala is made from simple polished stone beads, the focus and guru beads a larger size... the Buddha was purchased in Chinatown.

(the flash made this more orangy then it is....)

« Reply #1 on: October 29, 2009 11:41:09 AM »

I like it, but even more that it is portable, so that you can take it with you. You never know when you miht need to meditate. While camping, at a conference, or just stuck in traffic. I could use a little centerin today.

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