Saturday, October 8, 2011

I ❤ Macro October 09, 2011

Good Sunday morning!  It's time for "I Heart Macro", hosted by Lori Plyler of Studio Waterstone.  

While rearranging my work space, I ran across some old keys that I've had for a couple of years.  I decided to leave them out and I have a couple of ideas on how to work them into a necklace.


I think these three are my favorites.


And I really like the design work on this one.


Click on the button below to check out all of the up close/macro pictures for this week.

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Have a wonderful week!

17 comments:

  1. Oh Kym! I'm a sucker for keys! These are wonderful!!!!

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  2. I agree with Sally I too am a sucker for keys! Those are so unique, great pics!

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  3. Gorgeous..love the one with the scrolly bits.
    jenni

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  4. Oh, I love the short one! They're actually all pretty fantastic!

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  5. These are great keys. I love the larger one with the scrolls. Keys are really popular in beaded designs these days. I am sure whatever you decide to make will be absolutely gorgeous. Cool shots!

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  6. That last shot is my favorite.

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  7. Your last key sure is a beauty, very ornate.

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  8. WOW what cool keys! They will be perfect in whatever you decide to do with them!

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  9. oh what wonderful keys and cannot wait to see what you create with them

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  10. HA!!! The key in that last shot was made in my home town! *love* it! Isn't it amazing how things travel? Love your macro shots, and what a cool find :)

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  11. Beautiful, I love old keys, I still use some.

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  12. Awesome Old Keys!!! Love coming across them… Thanks for sharing yours!

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  13. Love the old keys! The gold Corbin is my favorite-what cool markings!!

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  14. Oh, I adore old keys! These are simply amazing. I can't believe you had forgotten about them. . .Beautiful!

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  15. I love the photos. I love how you have isolate the subject and brought out there texture. Well done

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  16. Those are awesome keys, and have so many different textures.

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  17. I'm another old key fan! :-) I just love the detail on the key that you highlighted. It's also really neat that the location is also printed on that key.

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