Monthly Archives: March 2012

Clip on Earrings

I’ve been adding clip on styles to the shop ever since a young lady begged me to convert a pair for her before Christmas. I really don’t know why I didn’t have them all along. My mother never pierced her … Continue reading

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Frenemies Necklace

I am only kidding by calling this the frenemies necklace because of the jagged edges of the crystal quartz. It would give a fremeny a little jab when she comes in for a fake hug and air kiss, but let’s … Continue reading

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Tree of Knowledge Pendant

There is something about the mixture of resin and old book pages that is irresistible, at least to me. I made the top part of this pendant out of brass sheet with a nickel silver bezel and used resin and tiny … Continue reading

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Lovelies from France

I am a lucky girl. Really lucky. I read a lot of jewelry blogs and one of my favorites is Fanciful Devices. She recently put a forum on her blog for readers to talk to her and one another and … Continue reading

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Etched Book with Junk on the Spine

This is the front cover of the book I made in Jen Crossley’s etched book class at Art and Soul last week. I am madly in love with it. I’ve been a follower of Jen’s blog for some time now … Continue reading

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Magazine Feature + Beady Links

My little birds nest earrings are in this month’s Bead Trends magazine! This is the first time one of my jewelry pieces has been shown in a national magazine. I got brave enough to try submitting something because of encouragement … Continue reading

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Birthday Gift

I made this pendant for my sister Susan’s birthday. I don’t think she reads my blog so the surprise will not be spoiled. I made it from part of a scan of a mortgage coupon book that was my grandparents. … Continue reading

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