Saturday, March 16, 2013

Rainy Weekend Projects

It's a rainy weekend here. A good excuse to go through more of my stash, and work on  Etsy listings.



 This piece didn't need much. It was already a galvanized beauty, with great nail head detail.




I've had it for a while.  I just gave it a little extra oxidation, and stenciled "Paris" on with archival ink.








My wooden book bundle sold.




So, I'm going to be making more bundles.  I'm adding a little extra age to my French book pages with my dye mixture.




Just little projects I can work on during a dreary weekend.  




I'm working on soft and feminine,



and rustic.




Gotta get back to work.  See ya soon.

20 comments:

Okio B Designs said...

Beautiful pieces! It's dreary here today too. Sigh! Not very inspiring weather for me.

Jeanine

Kerryanne @ Shabby Art Boutique said...

A very productive day Rosemary. Wish I could send you some of our beautiful weather to cheer you up.
Hugs ~ Kerryanne

Createology said...

Rainy days have you creating beautiful pieces. We are actually having Spring with Daffodils and Camellias blooming. Rain to come mid week. Happy Hearts are Creative Hearts...

Manualidades said...

Hola, aqui en Catalonia Spain también hemos tenido una tarde de lluvia y frio. Este fin de semana estoy en una feria, pero no he querido irme a dormir sin antes ver tu blog - ayer no lo pude ver- aqui son las 0,22h. Como ya sabes cada dia entro para ver tus fotos, eres una gran artista.
Un beso.

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

Love your books! Warm & sunny here...finally!!!
Happy weekend...
Blessings,
Cindy

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

I should hate to wish rain on anyone - but if rain and dreary weather helps you create I say let it pour!

LOVE your creations and wish I lived closer so maybe some would rub off on me!

Dina said...

Looks all great and sounds very comfortable!

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

LOL ~ I can't believe I got that book bundle, Rosemary! I thought for sure it would be gone already.

Lorraine Finkbeiner said...

Looks wonderful Rosemary! It is a nice way to spend a rainy weekend!

Patti@OldThingsNew said...

Loving your bundled books Rosemary. Thank you for always inspiring us. Blessings, Patti

Kelly said...

Love that galvanized looking box and again those book bundles are so unique! It's no surprise that they are selling quick.

Burlap Luxe said...

Living your galvanized box, and those paper ephemera books ! Wow !

Your treasures Rosemary delight and inspire :)

A graceful Sunday to you, is it still raining?
If so perhaps another creative day for you.

Xoxo
Doré

Burlap Luxe said...

Oooops meant to say...Loving your galvanized box :))

Darn that spell check!

Xox
Doré

20 North Ora said...

We're having a rainy day here also, but instead of being productive like you, I want to curl up and take a nap!!

Judy

Cindy said...

I love the little galvanized box, it's gorgeous! You do such lovely work.

Barbara Jean said...

Great projects.
Are you making tags of your Remember Me? They are so sweet.

How did you age your galvanized pan a bit more.
I use my rust formula on mine, and sometimes it just ages them, other rusts, even though not supposed to.

blessings and have a great week.
barb

Barbara Jean said...

PS Are you making your own wooden books? We made them years ago, only painted them countryish then.
What you are doing is great.

Barb

Pendra said...

You have to be the busiest person I know... more beautiful goodies! Can't wait to see your rustic beauty's, that intrigues me! Have a GREAT week!
Hugs,
Pendra

Korrie@RedHenHome said...

Your latest projects are lovely, as always! Hope the sun will be shining soon!

Beth@Under A Pile of Scrap! said...

I just love that metal tray and those books look amazing covered with the script paper & twine! I have some vintage bibles that I want to find that same kind of paper to cover them with as well.