Back at it

Nothing like getting back on the horse after a busy show weekend. But I am back in the studio creating again. The bracelet above was an attempt at a custom order that wasn't really the golden ticket item so I listed it for sale. I am hoping it find a good home- come adopt it here. The new owner must love color, and houses, and owls and flowers.  It's a one of a kind design linked with brass findings.

I love this necklace so much. I bought these amazing Czech glass beads from Andrew Thornton's Allegory Gallery shop. They are the prettiest deepest red color, and lately I love purple so I paired them with some tiny one cut purple seed beads.  The metal buddha pendant is from Hand of the Hills and has some nice weight to it.  This long necklace fits over the head easily. Great piece to layer with maybe a long simple chain necklace.

Heather Millican of Swoon Dimples was playing around with a new coral red/orange color clay and created this sweet stamped toggle.  I love the color so much and paired it with some indonesian glass beads, and leather cording.  Most of all, I love the photo with the bracelet on one of my old wood crates. Such a nice rustic feel! You can find this bracelet here.

This long beaded necklace is very sweet- Love the colors of these enameled flowers from C Koop beads. I stacked the flowers on some brass wire and dangled a butterfly pendant from Green Girl Studios from below. The bright green and fuchsia seed beads are strung on waxed linen cording.

Anyway thanks for checking in with me today! I am heading back into the studio to do some things for upcoming publications. If I can stay motivated. :)  


  1. I love seeing this colors on such a grey day!

  2. I think my favorite of this batch is the one you used the Czech glass from the shop! It is light and delicate, but has a punch to it. The pale green in the nooks of the deep red pairs well with the purple you picked. Good job! Keep it up, yo!


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