Thursday, January 24, 2008

Cross-pollination...

{Cross-pollination in design disciplines} is what I am writing about today over at the Design*Sponge Guest Blog ...a subject which lot of you know is close to my heart {and work ;)}...

This week has absolutely flown in, a complete haze of work - miserable rain {fighting my way through it when out and about} and a bevvy of other things taking up a lot of time. Tomorrow, however, I have a couple of brand new earring designs ready to go up in the shop so am hoping for some good light today to take some shots of them. Wish me luck!

Oh - and the Hyacinths are fully in bloom now, so I will share that burst-open-beauty tomorrow as well...the scent is just divine.

On a side-note : Anyone else fighting the urge to hibernate in earnest? ;)

Have a great Thursday everyone, and roll on Friday! xox

Edit :: Light had evaded me...so no photos today as planned - expect the update over the weekend! Have a great one everybody :) x

9 comments:

island sweet said...

we are having a deep freeze here in newfoundland, canada -20 degrees celsius plus windchill. not fit! so yes, hibernation is a good idea. i follow my cat's lead - if she won't go out, i won't go out. lookng forward to seeing the new designs.

shari said...

wonderful post over at d*s. you always share such beauty. xox

babelfish said...

Gorgeous new work + congrats on your posts at Design Sponge. Agree on the hibernation...

craftyarchitect said...

Congratulations!

Janet said...

I loved the post over there! I adore the intricacy of brooch in the middle. Next year I would like to hibernate in the Papa Stour cottage for the whole of January, you in?!? Any joy with flat hunting?

lisa s said...

LOVED what you did at d*. fantastic....

have a great weekend [yes wanting to hibernate]

High Desert Diva said...

This is lovely....I like seeing your inspiration.
Great blog, too

Allyson said...

came over here from d*s and I have to tell you i think your work is lovely! i've been looking at your old posts and i find the images, both of your work and of other things,very inspirational. thanks!

hrsj said...

i'm breathing in your beautiful work abigail.