(at the workbench) – more about sticks and stones

the seemingly uneventful life of rock, is not as quiet as it seems
as day by day, under the force of pressure, somehow its craggy surface becomes smooth as glass …

and then what if the borders of a wood frame could be shaped by time in this same way,
with corners being worn away bit by bit until they were chiseled into their own crystalline form of stone…

echoing a crystal’s edge and structure to form jewel border …

these waldorf picture/postcard frames are a few of the projects I’ve been working on these last couple of weeks. Thanks so much for visiting! Wishing you a wonderful weekend! 

*Please be sure to also visit lovely Donni at The Magic Onion for this weeks’s Nature Table. 

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