Just found this tutorial while looking for something totally different (of course) but thought I would share :)
Saturday, May 29, 2010
Monday, May 24, 2010
I made this about a month ago, but I thought I would share ( you know me and taking pictures...)
This is polymer clay, mokume gane technique, finished with brass components.
Oh and its reversible, the back is a black swirl texture and looks good as well :)
Thursday, May 20, 2010
Summer's Best Jewelry - Discover More Summer Fashion Accessories on ELLE.com
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Love the necklace !!! Some inspiration here for all!!
Tuesday, May 18, 2010
This was the "challenge" for the Brisbane beading meet and was from a tutorial in last years Art jewelry Mag - " mastering wirework".
I love the pieces, but think I need a bit more practice on keeping it perfect!!! LOL
Monday, May 17, 2010
I made this one a while back but was never happy with the clasp I made - I changed it this weekend to a brass one that I made myself - so it would look a bit like a fish hook...
This is a lovely bright bracelet made with seed beads and Czech crystals and a beautiful handmade bead by Debbie does Beads , using peyote and brick stitch. I have made some earrings as well but forgot to photograph them of course LOL
Tuesday, May 4, 2010
Just received a newsletter from Voila and saw my "the eyes have it" literally staring back at me:)
I love her commentary as well -
"The Eyes Have It"
by Sandee Harris, Australia
Jewellery is meant to be looked at; contemplated, admired. When jewellery stares back at you, interrogates you, you can't help but feel the table turning … “What am I?” I found myself asking. “An ornament? A mere accessory for the piece itself? I loved the role reversal. It made me think. It made me feel. It was delightful. Just like a Magritte moment.
Pop on over to http://www.voila.eu.com/ Some beautiful work and lots of inspiration there :)
I have just uploaded my newest tutorial :)
A simple yet impressive bracelet tutorial to make your own modern and stylish spiral bracelet.
Suitable for beginners to intermediate, this bracelet includes a netted toggle to compliment the design .
See it in my etsy store