Thursday, November 12, 2009

Pilo "o' Pink


I like to have piles everywhere to create.   Or small boxes of piles with themes.  It helps me visually.   This is the "pink M.Antoinette pile" and it has grown over the last few months.  I knew I wanted to make a "treasure necklace" with M.Antoinette so I soldered lots of charms to add to my pink pile,  all with her in mind.     I also have other piles waiting to be formed into something but this one took precidence.   A really fuffy earing that I found at the flea market was perfect for the M.Antoinette shrine.  I finished the little shrine and have added it to a necklace full of bling.  Will show tomarrow!

9 comments:

Debbi said...

I love it, Robin! Oh, and I've been out all day! I'll email you about those Charlotte's that you have for me!
I get your organization style! You are, by the way, organized! How can that be? I thought creativity and organization were mutually exclusive!

Esther said...

wow Robin!! a real treasure!!! love all it have on the little frame!!

Tristan Robin Blakeman said...

That is a real treasure you're creating there - looking forward to the finale!

gypsylulu said...

oh my..I can't wait to see the new necklace! love what i see so far!...
gypsy

Audrey said...

love these and the way the frame is done!

Steph said...

Beautiful pile!

HappyDayArt! said...

This is going to be awesome! Nice soldering!

Catherine Witherell

jules said...

Hi Robin, wish we would have met at the rose bowl....wasn't it so much fun. LOVE your art. You are so talented. Maybe I can take one of your classes...where are you located? So nice to meet you, Jules

sissydre said...

Hi Robin ~ Yupiee you found Ree Drummond the "Pioneer Woman" I've been following here since last June. She is such a busy girl about her farm! Love your work and blog ~ I'm posting you on my favorites.

See you at the altered bottle class in Dec.

Much Love to you ~
Andrea