Happy Wednesday, dear blog friends! Today, for What's On your Workdesk Wednesday, I have lots of stuff to put away and almost no more space to work on! Here are the lamps that I had made using the paper and x-ray cutouts with seashell patterns (for my daughter's Fine Arts thesis). They look great when they're lighted! And you can also see the book I chose for Elizabeth's Altered Book Class. I have taken out pages and wall puttied pages together (so that I don't have to fill up too many pages).
Here is another project using the seashell patterns. These are old eyeglass lenses that I am recycling into jewelry like pendants, pins or earrings and maybe even magnets (again for my daughter's thesis about "Fractals and Patterns from Seashells Applied as Graphic Elements.")
And here is a wonderful giveaway that I won from Lisa Lectura (no wonder I love joining giveaways!) It is an original hand painted and hand stitched art quilt created by Lisa! The size is 2.5" x 3.5" and 100% made with love! When I got Lisa's email, I was already thrilled, but when it arrived and I took a closer look, I realized that not only is she amazingly lovely but she also has a special meaning for me because she is a Princess. Princess is a word that has been in my heart in a special way this year - I am the daughter of a King, and so I am a Princess. Thank you so, so much, Lisa for this precious gift!