June 24, 2008

"Church of the Ordinary"

What do you make out of an ordinary 5 x 7 pine box, pictures, saint statues and misc. bits and pieces?

If you're Lorraine, the talent behind Glimmering Prize, a Morpheus box of course...

The first sale from my supply shop were a set of these metal pieces...which turned out to be the finishing touch on her Morpheus Box.


Her finished piece looks like this: absolutely extraordinary! Thanks for the business and letting me feature your work!


For more information on the Morpheus Box and its assemblage, see the Glimmering Prize blog.

18 comments:

Fog and Thistle said...

more like church of the extraordinary! Neat assemblage!

Shiny Black Shoes said...

I like how random pieces like that forces you to be creative. Great job!!

M.Kate said...

My goodness Diva, you made this!! So cool and beautiful, just like the earlier one you shown. Are you going to sell it or keep it? It's really pretty :)

La Alicia said...

now that's just cool!

jkziel said...

very interesting indeed!

Simply Wired Custom Jewelry said...

WOW this is really cool!

littlebyRD said...

Wow - so cool! How fun to be able to see what became of your supplies.

willow said...

Incredible! Fun to see the odd items and then the fabulous result.

Cicada Studio said...

See? I just don't think that way. Glad somebody does!

Chucka Stone Designs said...

Wow, the corner pieces certailnly are the perfect compliment to her Morpheus box. Never heard of one...off to check out that blog now thanks!

Lavinia Ladyslipper said...

I am amazed. That looks like a historical relic! Wonderful!

LazyTcrochet said...

That is really amazing. So many ways to look at it and I just want to see it in person!

Mooney ♥ said...

Ohhh... I like that! Very cool!!

Mrs.French said...

So unique and wonderful!

Victoria said...

Very cool assemblage piece!

Hey Harriet said...

That's quite something! Very nice.

Callooh Callay said...

Fantastic piece, and I love seeing the "before" shots too. Congrats on your first sale!

Kim Bagwill said...

Beautiful pieces!