8.12.2014

metal lust

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three components...a galvanized flower pot, a metal duct cap and a bit of museum putty...all of which I already had in my possession...couldn't be simpler...a perfect peach of a project...satisfies my metal lust...

these two photos edited with kk texture dollard soft and gentle...
















and then the final photograph inspired me to play...its all just one continuous creative circle...
"scientific study of a peach while contemplating the sky"








































Joining the group over at kim klassen's Texture Tuesday...
and Knick of Time's Vintage Inspiration Party...

24 comments:

  1. The final photograph is amazing... and it's so cool to see how you did it!

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  2. It turned out great, Amy. This would look wonderful on a kitchen or dining room wall.

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  3. Love your title. You're too funny. Love the end result, both end results.

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  4. Love it! I have some stuff like that....guess I had better get creating!

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    1. Karen - I know that you could totally rock a similar project - get workin' girl!

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  5. Love what you did with these three objects.

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    1. thank you Marilyn - it really came together all very easily...

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  6. Cool project! Love the final image!

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    1. I just couldn't resist playing around with the photos - seemed "ripe" for creativity!

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  7. that brain of yours!!! : ) fabulous creation.

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    1. I know Cathy - its scary - I don't know where the ideas come from sometimes...

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  8. Just peachy! Museum putty looks pretty handy. I'd never heard of that before.

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    1. Beth - found museum putty in the earthquake protection area at Lowe's...but maybe there's no such area in the hardware dept where you are...does Kansas get earthquakes?

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    1. thanks Jacki - it takes one creative soul to know another!

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  10. Fantastic !! love that final work !!

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    1. aenee - how lovely to hear from you - so glad you stopped in...

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  11. I love it!!! Great divine inspiration... love the duct cap... who knew!?

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    1. Susan - I'm expecting to see your version of this on your blog in the near future!

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  12. Great creation and I love that last photo.

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  13. Really fantastic. Your final mage is wonderful. Very clever.

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  14. Love, love, love it! You have done it once again! :-)

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