So, I am getting ready to move again. Because of that, I’ve had to pack most of my materials. I always have my camera, though, so here are a couple of things I’ve seen in the last couple of weeks. Enjoy. 🙂
Here are a couple of fun new pieces I made!
The second is a cuff, made out of two colors of leather scraps, with an adorable Victorian looking clasp.
The last is my favorite! This was my first attempt at binding a book, and I turned it into a necklace, with a little glass vial.
Just a quick update! I am in the process of making a couple of pieces to sell on Etsy.
I can also do custom, if you’ve see something you like on my blog that you’d like to purchase, let me know, and we can definitely work that out.
I will put up a link to my Etsy as soon as I have those pieces up.
Also, I wanted to thank anyone who bought my jewelry or took a business card in Tucson!
Thank you for being interested in my work!
I got a new resin, so I’ve been playing around!
The first is a cool paisley bezel setting that I found on clearance.
I put these gears in and filled it with resin.
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.
So I haven’t made much lately, except for these (which didn’t turn out how I wanted, but they’re still pretty cute):
And a little crocheting and knitting (which I will show when I’m done… I’m knitting a scarf).
I have been organizing though!
I got a few cigar boxes and another really neat wooden box that I put to use!
If you have noticed, I am quite a fan of the art on krippes.com. Well, he has a drawing for sale on etsy!
I definitely love it. I hope you enjoy it as well.