For this month's We're All Ears Challenge, Erin chose the theme Leaping Greenly, because, Spring! New beginnings, and hope, inspired me very much, but other things in life landed in a heap on me, and I just didn't get the time to turn any of my ideas into reality. This month, life continues to be… Continue reading Spring’s Here Earrings
It's time for yet another reveal at Art Elements, and this month, Claire Fabian has thought of 'White' as the theme. I ran through my ever-growing to-do list of projects, wondering if white could be the star in any of them. In the end, as it happens more often than not, I made a brand… Continue reading Elegant White Earrings
I finally used a couple of lentil-shaped hollow beads from the bunch of items that I'd created almost a year ago using crackled veneer. And what a charming pair of earrings they make! For these earrings, I tied strips from two different fabrics to a large jump ring that I passed through the top of… Continue reading Crackled Earrings
This month's Art Elements challenge has the theme of Seed Pods, and is hosted by Jen Cameron. When I signed up for the challenge, I didn't really have any idea of what I would make, but soon after, I was reminded of seed pods from my school days. On our way to school and back,… Continue reading Helical Key Fob
The folks at Earrings Everyday host a themed monthly challenge - We're All Ears - with a reveal and blog hop on the third Friday of the month. For July, we get to be inspired by our favorite summer drink! Doesn't that sound like fun! 🙂 It's pretty difficult to think of a summer drink… Continue reading Inspired by Iced Tea | We’re All Ears Challenge
Beadwork magazine had an article a while ago about submissions for Fast and Fabulous projects with tassels. Reading that made me realize that I've not really made much tassel jewelry. I do like tassels, so I wonder why I haven't... Anyway, now that I had an opportunity and some inspiration, why not? I selected 11/0… Continue reading Tassels, Tassels, Tassels
I haven't had an opportunity to test my buffing wheel further, but I did get some time to work on Kumihimo. I haven't tried Kumihimo ever since I bought uniform Preciosa beads, so it was exciting to work on. And do uniform beads in bead-work make all the difference, or what! (Just look at my… Continue reading Kumihimo’s Back!