Last night I got the Spring Cleaning bug. I think they look a lot like ladybugs, but they bite. You know the cleaning urge that hits about the same time as the sun comes out and temperatures reach the 50 degree mark. So I don't have a work desk today. Today it is buried beneath things that used to be on the store displays. Lots and lots of things. It should be put back together soon, freshly scrubbed, vacuumed, and rearranged in a more Feng Shui manner.
In the meantime I'll share my work desk from this weekend at Vintaj:
Alcohol (ink) was involved.
Polymer Clay Bezels and Faux Enamel & Patina
My inky pieces. Two of these are polymer clay we modeled from the metal. So cool.
Shortly after this I got so involved I forgot my camera, so, you'll just have to be patient while I assemble al the pieces into finished works and post them :-)
You can see more class pics on the Vintaj blog HERE. I'm the one with the crazy buns and the green shirt. Or to see some arte metal hammering mayhem (about 20 people hammering at once) check this video out.
A great experience. If you ever get a chance to take one of their workshops, jump at it. It was about a semesters worth of art jewelry technique in one day.
Bonus! Finished Project from last Wednesday:
I'll be teaching this May 8th at Backroads Plum Crazy. If you're in the area, stop by! If you are not in the area, I know a great bed and breakfast, haha (I live and cook there, if you are new to the blog ;-)
To see more fun work desks, go to the Stamping Ground and join in!