December 10, 2010

it's a wrap, studio saturday


December seems to be flying by at the speed of light. The weeks pass so quickly. I have not accomplished one bit of Christmas shopping. Guess what I'll be doing tomorrow? Online, of course and preferably with a glass of wine in one hand and a credit card in the other. (Images like that are what keep Mr. Waterstone awake at night.)

It's time for a weekly wrap up. This week we've talked about an easy/no fail holiday decorating strategy and inspirational blogs, living our dreams, and yummy White Bean Bison Chili. During it all, Studio Waterstone chugs along. Chug. Chug chug. Chug...



Studio Waterstone: It's a Wrap, Studio Saturday

Little bags were on the agenda.


studio waterstone weekly wrap
[ sold. created using a recycled black leather jacket and recycled red leather]


studio waterstone weekly wrap
[ made using a recycled leather jacket and gorgeous recycled cotton skirt ]


studio waterstone weekly wrap
[ sold. this was made with leather from a recycled jacket. super soft. ]


studio waterstone weekly wrap
[ one big bag made with suede from a recycled jacket & recycled cotton. ]
[ notice the front jacket pockets? ]

Notice the blurry background?
I'll be showing you how to accomplish this very simple trick using Photoshop next week.


studio waterstone weekly wrap
[ lots of little key pouches made from various materials ranging from recycled leather, fabric, and zippers to new fabric ]


studio waterstone weekly wrap [ four new little pouches for Saturday ]

That's my week in review. How about yours?

I want to encourage you to tell me about your week.
If you have a blog, I've got the Linky Tool so that you can link back to your blog or site.

Have a great weekend!


3 comments:

  1. A very busy week ending in buying one of your pouches, I really tried to resist but it was so darned cute.

    I liked my blog but I made 2 challenge pieces and am working on a 3rd. Have jewelry class Sun and Mon. I'm shopping this morning to make your White Bean Chili, I'm making it in the crock pot, can't wait to try it!!

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  2. Thank you, Kristi! Goodness you are busy and I hope you enjoy the chili tonight! I'm having leftover chili for lunch. :)

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  3. you are muy talented! who in wouldn't want one of these lovelies!

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