I bet it's hard not to start seeing potential uses for virtually every little item, isn't it? Not that that's a bad thing. I had earrings once made from coins.
Mmmmm decisions, decisions, so many choices where to start? I'll start with a neckpiece please ;)
I don't know about you but I feel like I'm being eyeballed ;)*Love* the use of the coins and the money. Is that what you call creative money laundering cleverly disguised as jewellery?!
I love the thrill of the hunt myself - nice raw materials in your workshop. But the real magic is in your combination of the elements.
magnifique symphonie en rose.. rose métal..superbe!
Oh what fun!! I recognise some of those bits from previous snail mailings.... so pleased to see them being used, too!
Ohhh, that looks intriguing. And the coins are sooo great!
I love the play of the delicate glass beads with the metal work - really nice balance!
i LOVE that eyelashed eyeball.
oh the eyeball: ♥
I'm itching to buy some metal work tools. Love found objects, especially used in jewellery.
Oooo. Looking forward to seeing results here. That it able is giving me wool room love.L
That TABLE is giving me wool room love
Thanks foundartblog for some of those bits.
Great collection of stuff. And it all looks even better laid out side by side.
Wonderful collection... and I really enjoy seeing how you transform it all.
You are so creative :)
A very exciting collection of stuff you've got there, Don; I can only imagine the awesome creations they will lead to. You're so good at combining the delicate with the grunge- I find that really hard. And where DO you find that fantastic stuff?
How amazing and funny proyect!!you are a great ARTISTA with really good taste!!!Have a fab Sunday!!Elena
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