Saturday, June 15, 2013

Recent Designs and Still Organizing

I saw "Man Of Steel" last night.  Which, has nothing to do with this post. LOL  I loved the movie though.



How do you like my script on stone?  Something I'm playing with right now.




I'm also working with some of the salvaged wood and metal I have lying around.




I applied one of my vintage images to a salvaged  piece of fencing I painted.  After distressing it, I topped it off with a metal fleur-de-lis.




She sold very quickly to my friend Nancy.




I just finished this next one.  The same idea here, with a little more embellishment,








and function.



I'm still organizing, and going through containers in the garage (a.k.a. The Abyss).  Thus, I have quite a few projects in various stages of completion.

I'm planning to redesign this chandelier, and,





I added the ornate metal to this shapely piece of wood.  Layers of paint unified it.  Now, I have to decide what I want it to become.  Sign?  Rack?









I'm not finished with this shelf either.  It was pretty plain to begin with.  I added the embellishment in the middle, and the columns on the sides before painting it.  It's still blah to me, and so is the little table.  I'll let you know how I finish them off.




Yes, lots to do.  In the meantime, I'll be




See ya soon.

25 comments:

  1. Love your Joan of Arc - that's the name of my church, too!

    The rock crafts - very nice.

    We were going to see Man of Steel tonight and we were about 20- minutes too late deciding and missed the last one unless we wanted to see it in 3D - and we didn't feel the need.

    Hopefully Sunday, a good Father's Day movie I would think!

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  2. Absolutely amazing Rosemary - really you're a true artist!
    I love Robert Downey Jr more than I can say but for some reason I have no desire to see this movie - don't know why lol
    XOX

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  3. Really love these projects--the script on the stone is lovely as is the lady on the wood--so beautiful! I am amazed at how much you accomplish!

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  4. LOVE your ideas & when I can spend time again in creating, i'll def be referring to your blog for your unique ideas!

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  5. I love the look of the stone with writing on it... great!

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  6. Love all your projects, Rosemary! I'm glad to hear you took some time off and saw a movie. : )

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  7. Beautiful as usual Rosemary. I can't wait to see what you do with that chandy! Would love one for my bedroom makeover. Thanks for sharing and blessings to you, Patti

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  8. The script on stone is a very unique idea! That would make a great piece somewhere. I love it. We're going to see Man of Steel later this afternoon too. Looking forward to it!

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  9. Looks like you have been busy, you are such the inspiration. I love both projects but I do love the image on the fence and plaque. Nancy has great taste. Kathy

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  10. Oh Rosemary, you never seize to amaze! Your stone crafts look like ancient tablets and I love your Joan of Arc pieces.

    By the way head over to my blog when you hav a moment. I used your sceipt pages on a mirroe frame!:)

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  11. The Lord has truly blessed you with the gift of artistic creativity. I love the things you do. It's amazing how you are able to transform the ordinary into things of beauty - just like Him.

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  12. Only YOU could insprire to think outside the box, and to use what you have lying around...Love the work on the stones especially the last one featured. Hope you are well! God Bless You!

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  13. Rosemary, everything you do is special and unique. I love everything and can't wait to see what you will create next. Love you, Nancy

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  14. Rosemary you always inspire me with your creativity!I would like to see that movie too.But we will wait until it comes on dvd.Not sure it would be appropriate for my 13 year old.And sadly we don't get out on dates alone very often.
    xx
    Anne

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  15. Your scripted stones are amazing and drew me right in. I absolutely love everything Nature makes for us. Your wood pieces are wonderful too. I think everything you create is fabulous. Happy Hearts are Creative Hearts...

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  16. Wow - love the stone pieces! Also fascinated by the pieces on the salvage wood -- just the right amount of embellishments and 'extra touches' to make them beautiful!

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  17. Beautiful! Love the image on the wood. The stone is cool too. What kind of stone is it? I think script looks good on so many things!

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  18. Everything is gorgeous but I especially love the prints on stone, very unique!

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  19. Rosemary, I love all your creativity. I know you probably have had a tutorial on how you transfer your scrip and designs, if you do could you share that again or let me know which post.
    Thanks so much!
    Faye

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  20. Rosemary, you are so talented. I would love to see your brain in action on a machine. The machine would be exhausted trying to keep up. Love all these ideas!

    Cynthia

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  21. So many gorgeous projects! Love the salvaged 'fencing'!
    Susan

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  22. The script on stone is fabulous!

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  23. Love your new projects Rosemary...you come up with the most wonderful ideas...beautiful!

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  24. Absolutely love the stone with Romans verse... lovely.

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