Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Objects of Desire

a few of my objects of desire 
when you collect with the intention to create 
some pieces actually make it into a piece 
while others are simply admired
creating vintage bracelets with charms this week
I found this Jeanne d'Arc tag from years ago
when I purchased Jeanne d'Arc French oven mitts
 (which are too pretty to use)
Hoping you find a few objects of desire in your future



13 comments:

  1. I love your objects of desire. What a wonderful collection!

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  2. ....divine as always! I just received a Christmas order from my friend at http://www.bonjourbroussard.com/index.htm for my Religious Slates.....won't have too much time for my own fun crafting, but I will be checking in to see your new inspirations....and I will not let you forget about the little lace note pads!!! hehehe....P.S. I put Wendy's web up for you to check her out! You would love her shop and yes she has two houses in France she visits and brings back the most awesome FRENCH finds!!
    Happy Creative Day!
    Susanne

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  3. Just lovely, especially that little sheep!

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  4. All your objects are beautiful! I have many objects also and one of those Jeanne d' Arc tags...it's all about the little things. :)
    Blessings~

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  5. Hi Rhonda, its thèse sweet little collections of objets ...english (objects) of any one's désire that créate these little soulful memories in where they came from and when we made them that make them so appealing and desired :)

    Love your works, and your gathered and collected pieces.

    See you soon.

    Xx
    Bisous

    Doré

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  6. Yes there are always those precious little pieces that are just to be admired and to stay in your collection!
    I completely understand!
    I love your little objects d'art that represent special memories here!
    Emailing soon!
    x Suzy

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  7. My goodness Rhonda, every object here is one of desire and beauty! I know what you mean; I have a box of goodies that I keep to use for projects, but some things just are perfect alone as they are! I so love that little lamb and the white frame with Jesus crowning someone....and that pendant! LOVE!

    Well sweet friend, enjoy another creative and blessed day! Anita

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  8. I love these pieces and photos. You take such wonderful photos for your blog. BTW, I haven't forgotten about the small fluted tins to trade. I'll get back to them soon. I'll send photos so you can tell me which ones you would like.

    Hugs, Marrianna

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  9. Oh dear Rhonda, I have -like uou- many objects of desire, which are not going anuwhere, or being used for other than being admired !!
    I love your little lamb and the beautiful bracelets,- can`t wait to see what you are creating--you have so much beauty in your home.
    Hugs and love, Dorthe

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  10. Lovely embellishments add so much sparkle!

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  11. Gorgeous objects, Rhonda. The little sheep is adorable.

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  12. Oh I just love that little lamb, and of course, the rest of the GOODIES! Bonjour, Rhonda!

    Thank you chère amie, for commenting on my new post. It is such fun to create, isn't it? Whether with words, objects of desire or even cooking, if it makes you happy, do it. OH! I thought of you last night. We were watching an old GREGORY PECK film, and all I could think of was, "Sweet, sweet Mary...." teeehehee..remember the Pin?

    HAVE A GREAT DAY! Anita

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  13. Your objects of desire are absolutely beautiful, dear Rhonda.
    Have a lovely weekend.
    Hugs,
    Marie

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I hope you found some inspiration today.
Rhonda of A Little Bit French