Thursday, August 6, 2009

BECAUSE I WOKE UP THIS MORNING AT 4:00 A.M. AND COULDN'T GO BACK TO SLEEP, I THOUGHT IT MIGHT BE A GOOD TIME TO WORK ON MY RECENT ATTEMPT TO ORGANIZE. PHHEFF, WHO AM I KIDDING! IT WAS JUST AN EXCUSE TO PLAY WITH MY STUFF! I WAS QUIET, THOUGH. WOULDN'T WANT TO WAKE UP THE HUBS! IT WAS EXCITING! I MADE SOME COFFEE, (STRONG AND FRESH, JUST HOW I LIKE IT. I DIDN'T HAVE TO MAKE IT WEAKER CAUSE IT WAS ALL MINE AND I INTENDED TO ENJOY THE WHOLE CARAFE! ( thought about you, trish) ALL I DID REALLY, WAS MOVE MY BITS AND BOBS FROM ONE BOX TO ANOTHER! SO NOW I WILL KNOW WHERE THINGS WERE, BUT NOT WHERE THEY ARE! SO LADIES, IT'S REALLY FRUITLESS TO RE-ORGANIZE CAUSE YOU STILL WILL NOT KNOW WHERE ANYTHING IS! I GOT A LITTLE SIDE-TRACKED AND MADE THESE TWO BRACELETS THAT I AM QUITE PLEASED WITH. THEY'RE MADE OUT OF OLD STUFF, WHICH I LOVE RE-PURPOSING. WHAT DO YOU THINK?














8 comments:

A Stitch In Thyme said...

I like the one with the blue on it. Do you do your own aging on the metals and if so, what process do you use. Very nice. You'll be buzzing about later i'm sure or you'll crash from the downside of a caffine high. :)

Rebecca said...

I love them! Very cool. Have a great day...
Blessings
Bec

June said...

What I think is that they are gorgeous!!! That's what I think. I love the art you make out of the bits and bobs that you have collected. I'm a bracelete freak and these are just my style.
Hugs,
June

dulcy said...

Beautiful! It pays to get up early while everything is fresh!

Annabelle said...

Cool stuff! Some might be buttons I think? Well the morning you described is perfect for being creative. I haven't had many of those of late. Your white garden flowers are a beaut and I adore the Queen Ann's Lace....so many things you can do with it and I luv how you framed it.
Hugs Annabelle

Tracey said...

They're beautiful! Hope Sunday turned out to be a fabulous day for you!!

:) T

French Cupboard said...

Ooooo these are gorgeous! Blessings... Polly

Halo Hill said...

Oh sister, do we ever have the same disease!

Sheila