A while ago, I was admiring a lady’s necklace at a wedding. It had tiny, symmetrical disks clustered together. They looked a little like fish scales. It wasn’t a necklace that I would wear, but it had an interesting look to it and it made me want to experiment with clustering some charms made from a simple hammered penny to create a similar look.
For this necklace, I hammered pennies flat, then attached them to create a beautifully organic look with handmade copper disks that are truly one of a kind. Continue reading
Hey Everyone! My article from Jewelry Affaire Autumn 2015 is now available as a free download from Somerset Place. Just click the image below to download your free copy. Continue reading
I have been creating jewelry for as long as I can remember. My first beading kit was the Pocahontas beading kit with glass beads and bits of leather. I was hooked. Most of the jewelry I wear today was handmade for some special occasion or other, which makes it all the more important to me.
The following projects were made by me for Stampington & Company. You can see the complete tutorials by clicking on the images below.
Believe in Magic Necklace
Yep, I’ve been published again! It’s always exciting to see my name in print and I am very pleased to offer another giveaway courtesy of Stampington & Company. This time, enter to win a copy of Jewelry Affaire. Continue reading
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Exciting News–I’ve been published! I am a featured artist in the latest issue of Jewelry Affaire. The lovely editors at Stampington & Company selected my library book bangles for the publication. I am ecstatic! I can’t believe it. And not only that–I am the cover artist! My first time being published in the magazine and I made the cover! Continue reading