I have had several people ask in the last few weeks if my jewelry and accessories are for sale. The answer to that question is yes.  Absolutely.
Most everything I’ve made can be remade to order. Every piece is individual, so there will be slight variations. Also, I typically find things at antique and thrift shops or on clearance, so there are limited quantities of a few of the materials, but I can typically make something similar even if I can’t find that exact material.
If you are interested in purchasing a piece, please leave a comment of which one you would like, and we can definitely set something up.

Cute Finds!

I haven’t been sewing lately, but I have been shopping!
So basically, like I have said before (or, I think I have, regardless… ), you don’t need to be a seamstress to be a part of the Steampunk culture.
Here are a few things that I have acquired that greatly add to my Steampunk closet (not to mention they are adorable pieces)!
I got this cute key hole neck lace shirt ($6) and these adorable knickers ($7.50) at  Gordman’s:
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This necklace, I actually inherited from my grandmother, but she I know that she got it at Avon, where I always find really cute accessories.
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This necklace was given to me by my brother and sister-in-law, for Christmas a few years ago, and they found it at a really cute little Boutique in Missouri, called La Boutique. You would be amazed by what I’ve found there. Boutiques have some of the most interesting things!
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I found this adorable vintage cameo for $12 at an antique mall, in KS.
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This is a vintage  locket was given to me by a friend, and the chain is an antique, that has been passed down in my family:
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This last thing is obviously not jewelry, but it’s very handy, and definitely fits the look. I use it a lot when I’m trying to design clothes. I got it at Barns and Noble:
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So like I said, these are just a few things I have found. I also have a pair of stripped leggings, fingerless gloves, belts etc. that I have purchased at clothing/thrift/antique stores.
If you want something a little more authentic-looking, I would strongly suggest someplace like Steampunk Couture, or Clockwork Couture, where they both specialize entirely in Steampunk clothing and accessories.

If you have found some interesting finds, or know of any other great Steampunk Shoppes, please let me know in the comments! I would love to hear about it!