Saturday, September 27, 2008
Sunday, September 21, 2008
Illustrator and blogging friend Paula Bowles http://www.paulabowles.co.uk/ wanted a button necklace, she chose button option number 2, see top pic.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to commission any colour, and you'll receive an email scan of a selection of buttons to choose from.
They are £16 plus p+p
Tuesday, September 16, 2008
The above fly is now dead. he fell off of his nice gold mount in hastings, and has never been found! Nice while he lasted though. I made the base by melting down some old gold jewellery, rolling it out into a "pancake" drilling a hole in it and soldering a piece of balled wire i had made earlier (quoting from blue peter there! lol!) through it. I then drilled a hole in the top, of the pendant, and the chest of the coral fly. Then i glued the fly on the post that the balled wire had made.
Jet powered snail chasing featured an unfinished version of the above jet pendant. Last jewellery course i set the cubic zirconia in it, and drilled the hanging hole.
These are the blobs of silver in various stages of rolling out from when i melted down ALL my scrap silver. In some of the rolled out pieces you can see some naturally occuring bubbles, 2 of which are featured in the handle of my half-finished sixpence spoon.
Friday, September 12, 2008
charming ones phone
Flutterby - a new phone charm for the recycled vintage range. If you'd like to snap it up, quick! -email: email@example.com
Firstly a long and chunky phone charm made for Aunty Cathy, and secondly, beads and buttons made for Lizzie's Birthday.
Phone charms made to order, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, September 10, 2008
Friday, September 05, 2008
Vintage charm necklace - click to enlarge
Wednesday, September 03, 2008
Some new knotty necklaces, what do you think?