Thursday, 24 June 2010

Our Creative Space...


Busy in the urchin-factory...


After they are pinned and glued I put them on this piece of wood so that they can dry in a good way.


This piece of wood suffers a great deal in my hands. I not only use it for pieces to dry but also to hammer and drill. It is a piece of wood that we removed from our fireplace. I can't say that we upcycled it, more kind of a down cycle as it was a decorative piece. Do you have any nifty 'tools' that no one else, except you, sees value in?

You can see more workspaces at Kootoyoo's blog!

14 comments:

  1. I love seeing the tools you use to create your natural jewels...it is inspiring...and such a sunny studio!

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  2. What a great collection of urchins! I' just green with envy about your working place...Yes, I have those nifty "tools", this one of yours is great!

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  3. the urchins on the wood are a piece of art on their own ! I always love looking at your creative space because it's so bright and sunny all the time :)

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  4. Lovely!
    Thank you so much for sharing!
    I do have my nifty "tools", too... :)

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  5. what a lovely little urchins factory =) And that piece of wood =D made me laough so hard I do it with all kinds of things around the house, My husband always laugh about it - I have a used box of ice-creams cones that I am using for 2 yrs now =D because I am too lazy to get my ruller out =D

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  6. great to see! love that wood tool with so many wear marks!

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  7. so interesting to see a little of how you make your work. love the wood with all it's marks and beatings!
    i use the lids of takeaway food containers {and dips etc} to mix paints. the clear ones are especially good for colour work :)

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  8. This looks great and I love it when people "make/ resque" their own tool's:) I have some too:)

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  9. Hehehe awesome urchins all lined up like that! And what a great little "tool" you've "down-cycled"!

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  10. looks wonderful!! it is so sunny at your place - love the atmosphere!

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  11. you could make something like the urchins on wood as a decorative item ... i like the repeating look to it and houw natural it looks.
    My Creative Space

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  12. I always like to see your workspace:-) This piece of wood is a great tool!

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  13. Oh wow, how absolutely beautiful! Excited to have found your blog. :)

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  14. Those are beautiful shots of work in progress, Star! Do you add them to the Uppercase Flickr group? I think you should! ;)
    I have a few handmade tools that I use very often - made of tiny branches - they make the best tools.

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