Monday, February 4, 2013

Keeping Busy

Hmmmmm, I seem to have taken a little break from blogging.  Funny how four days seems like a very long time to me.  My van was in the shop for a couple days, and I had some other things to attend to. Including, sleeping more, and making sure the virus I just got over didn't have an encore.




My projects these past few days have been little creations, but they've been keeping me very busy. Aside from dying fabric and book pages,




I've been creating, and shipping mini crowns/tiaras pretty much non-stop.






I've been utilizing my bags of broken jewelry with some of them.




I'm also making mini busts of my doll heads with my paint treatments, and plaster.




They're hollow on the inside, so I fill them with plaster to add weight.




I'm pairing some of them with my mini crowns/tiaras.



Today, I'm going to get at a few projects I've had on the back burner.  See ya soon.






18 comments:

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

It sounds like you had a good and needed break, Rosemary. Your new crowns and tiaras look great; I just love mine. : )

Mary Palumbo Collings said...

Your projects are so great... love the Tiaras.... Stay healthy!

Olive said...

Dear Rosemary, I think days off are good for us. Especially since you stay so busy and have been ill. The bust with crown is gorgeous. xo, olive

Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

It sure will feel good to get to some of those back burner projects. I always enjoy seeing what you've been creating. Gorgeous!

Kate said...

Rosemary

So happy that you had much needed rest. I love all that you have been inspiring us with. Love love love it all. Thank you for being a true gem inside and out!

hugs
Kate

Kim @ La Belle Époque said...

Love the French book pages tied with ribbon. Glad you are taking it easy and making sure you are totally healed.

andrea@townandprairie said...

Those heads are DARLING! SO cute!!

Debbiedoo's said...

4 days can mean the world of difference. These are so pretty Rosemary, very frenchy:)

Shabby chic Sandy said...

When are you not keeping busy? LOL You make me feel lazy :) Love everything you make!

Gypsy Heart said...

What a great combo ~ the doll heads with the tiaras!

Hope you feel better & heal quickly.

xo
Pat

Cindy @ Dwellings-The Heart of Your Home said...

Such sweet little cherubs and tiaras...

Pendra said...

Sweet! Adore that last little tiara... but I haven't met one you've made I haven't loved! Take care of yourself.
~Pendra

Little Miss Maggie said...

Still loving your tiaras. You amaze me, Rosemary. I found a cement one at a sale this weekend and it made me think of you.

Maureen said...

Just when I was wondering where Rosemary was, you popped up full of projects! Glad you got a bit of rest.

Cynthia said...

Great projects, the mini tiaras are darling. Glad you listened to your body and took some time to rest.

Cynthia

Cristina Garay said...

Those tiaras are so so cute! Hope you feel better!

Karen said...

Rosemary you have the magic touch! I love everything you do.

Recycled Rita said...

You are so creative! I love to see your creations! Glad you are feeling better, good to keep resting, so many people are getting reinfected!
karen...