She's got a shop with some beautifully designed jewelry, and in the hopes of some economic stimulus, she's offering a 10% discount if you use the coupon code WRECK when you check out.
Some of her lovely designs:
Check out the rest of her store at Tamisha Design!
Meanwhile, while I've been thinking about photography, I found a couple communities I really like, and since I know there are at least a couple other people on my flist who are into photography, I thought I'd share:
texture, focuses, obviously, on texture. Mostly closeups of interesting things, high quality photos and different and interesting perspectives. Good to look at if you want something fresh and inspiring.
altphoto isn't really THAT "alt" but they have some really cool pictures from time to time. Again, inspirational and interesting.
limeflowertea, not strictly a photography community, but the pictures tend to be the kinds of things that evoke nostalgia or wistfulness, drawing out the fantastic side of life. Definitely one that I'm enjoying watching.
Also, this Ian Grant guy has some nice photography and is running a contest so get in on that! You know me, I don't really care about weddings or anything to do with them, BUT I really love his landscape/national park pictures, and he's got some pretty awesome portraits up, too, so check it all out.
I had such vague memories of playing at the Augusta Lake playground as I child. Mostly I remembered discovering that there was a speaker at each end of the playground, and if you talked into one, someone could easily hear you at the other, and vice versa. But looking around and taking pictures, a few more memories surfaced, including these chimes. I loved how this picture turned out, too.
This is the frontispiece and title page of the altered art book I've been working on. It's actually easier to see the word "dreams" in the picture than the actual book because the flash brought it out; if the light is at all dim it fades below the purple paper.
I started this altered art book after Tammy showed me a few that she had made. The actual book is an old cookbook that was discarded from the library. The front collage is all found art, cuttings, papers, things I found that fit the "dream" theme.