Friday, 20 February 2009


You know when you order supplies sometimes that something is really special, well my eyes nearly popped out of my head this week as a pair of labradorite gemstone drops that I had ordered arrived, wow they are quite simply stunning, they are 3cm long and are amazing with loads of flash but a stunning greeny flash not blue.

I could not wait to use these here is the results hope you like them, btw they will be available for sale on my website from this evening(Friday)

Friday, 13 February 2009

A new favourite!!!

I have probably mentioned here before that I love gorgeous lampwork and boroscilicate glass beads, I received a new order a few days ago and I have got to say these beads are gorgeous, I love organic looking beads and these hit the nail right on the head for me, the colours are absolutely beautiful, so much so it is a wrench to let this bracelet go, it is called Organic and is available on my website at the moment....I hope you like it!!

Monday, 9 February 2009

Lots of new stuff



With the snowy weather as I said in my last post what else can you do but make jewellery. Here is some of the results, hope you enjoy them they are all available on my website at the moment.

We have Sphere, Posy, lovely Theda and Chloe. I have also been working on some silver jewellery just as a preparation before I go on my silversmithing course, I am looking forward to this so much, hopefully this will let me combine the lampwork course I went on last year with what I learn on this course, thats the idea anyway so fingers crossed, will post a picture of my first pendant later.

I also picked up these delicious vintage lucite grey beads in a wonderful misty grey, combined them with silver and oxidised them, I love how this one looks and it is light as a feather!!

Wednesday, 4 February 2009

Snow Scene

What a wonderful sight to wake up to, like most of the country this week we have had a heavy covering of snow, whats a girl to do but stay in be cosy and make some more jewellery, here is the scene from my back garden, photos of the jewellery to follow shortly.