WOYWW is here again. It's the time of the week were art farty folk all over the World share what is on their workbench. If you want to join in or read about it go to Julia Dunnit's blog here. I had wanted to post this four hours ago during my dinner break but as it goes with being a nurse...I didn't get a dinner break LOL. It's now 11pm and here I am at last.
There are some paper crafting items still on my desk from yesterday but its mostly all about making hand made jewellery this week on my desk. I didn't get as much jewellery making done as I wanted though as I had to go to work early on several occasions and then got too busy on my days off running around all over town for various things.
Now a bit closer and you can see on the left side of my desk I have my Ice Resin out and behind those to bottles is the mixed media card I made last week and my pastel stamping card I made yesterday. There is more pastel stamping samples at the left and some Mica sheets. In the middle are resined bezels and hand etched metal strips ready to make into cuffs. To the right of them are etched house shaped metal pieces to be made into necklaces. At this stage I just try various combinations of Ice Resin filled bezels on the cuffs and necklaces until I am happy. Then I'll shape the cuffs, drill, rivet, glue and cold connect the components
Here are the pastel stamped items you can see. How I made them is below this post with a little video as well if you want to have a look. This is the card behind the Ice Resin
This is the pastel stamped item at the left of the Ice Resin
and the one in front of that lying down
A closer look at the left center of my desk. All the wings at the top finally came in the mail yesterday. I only had a few left and for whatever reason I use allot of these when I make jewellery.
On the right side of my desk I have my etched eyeball and etched puffed heart ready to play with as well. I'm thinking of adding the Tim H clock key to the top of the heart.
Hopefully next week I shall have actually finished some jewellery items to show you. Thanks for dropping by.
Annette In Oz