Thursday, January 13, 2011

Mail Call....

The QB5 Junkle Swap this year is slowly arriving.
(it was a hard December across the globe)
Above is Nathalie's made from a light bulb!
Isn't it brilliant! It has paint and mica on it...I think.... we need a tutorial, Nat!
Thought I'd show you a couple of other things I've received in the mail this month...

Below is an adorable paper angel from Katie at Ragamuffin Gal.

Her wings are corrugated cardboard! I think that would be a great swap!

Isn't she precious! (the angel, too)

Jeanie (Marmelade Gypsy)

sent me this little matchbox

this week that she made

in honor of my daughter's wedding....

(last July)


Jessica @ Sunny Tuesday said...

What beautiful stuff! I'm thinking of trash in a whole new light! :)

Ragamuffin Gal said...

I am so happy that you got her and that you like her too. You are such an inspiration to me of what a kind hearted artist should be. Over the years you have blessed my life in so many many ways. I am so glad to know you and to be your friend. I love all of your treasures, ~ so pretty.

Sue@MyArtsDesire said...

Well, aren't you just the lucky QUEEN with all these little treasures? So sweet, every single one of them. I concur with your thoughts of Nathalie doing a little tut on her adorable piece!

Margaret said...

Fantastic treasures you have there! I love my Nathalie art too, such a clever idea!

Suz said...

LJ, Those are all wonderful works of recycling things to make art. I love the work of QB 5! Thanks for your support on my blog. It helps so much!


~*~Patty S said...

sweet pics of your special treasures...all so dear!

I {heart} my Nathalie Junkle too!

Unknown said...

I like Katie's angel A LOT! I even have some torn up cardboard that she used on the wings. I would love an angel swap!

Very cute matchbox too!

My lightbulb already had paint on it-- the fact that it was scratched off in places (and I distressed it even more) was my shabby chic inspiration (hence the *GLITTER*!)

Jeanie said...

Isn't mail fun! Off to visit the others. And yes indeed -- Nathalie needs to do a tutorial!