In the hands of Barbara Briggs discarded guitar strings, a bit of textured polymer, some wire and a few trinkets are upcycled into a chic bangle.

Barbara talks about her first-of-the-year penchant for order in recent blog posts. She’s been beautifying her tools and straightening her mixed media studio which is home to some cool new tools. Her progress makes me believe it’s possible to get organized.

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  • reply Dede Leupold ,

    Loved going thru her blog….very inspiring!

    • reply LaLa ,

      What an exciting array of work. I agree with Dede, “very inspiring” indeed!

      • reply averilpam ,

        She has three studios!! I work in my small living room – I’m so envious, just one studio would satisfy me…

        • reply JeannieK ,

          She certainly thinks “outside the box.” I love the earrings she turned into a pendant.

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