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Category Archives: Jewelry
Copper can be either rough and tumble, bright and flashy, or both at once. That’s what I went for in this piece…both. I chose as many metals as I had could find laying around. Most of the beads are recycled from old … Continue reading
There’s so much more to learn about this art form, and I am determined to explore as much of it as I can through the winter. I’m sure I’ll be back in the garden come summer, but for now, staying indoors … Continue reading
Try saying that five times real fast. Anyhow…. I wanted to try something different. Mary wore a stunning piece to class one day that mesmerized me. I’m sure it’s in one of her books. She used a disc cutter to … Continue reading
If you Google copper you’ll find it has purported medical, magical, and mystical powers. Wiki thinks so highly of copper I’m not sure if I believe all of it, even with the 130 references. Being a nurse, however, I am … Continue reading
Unlike the summer of no rain (literally three months without), we’re now getting that gloomy, redolent, rainy weather I crave. What is better than a pajama day in the studio creating? The cats love to watch me work. I’ve learned much … Continue reading
This piece posed one of my biggest challenges. But my friend Beth had the solution which, simply put, was to punch two holes instead of one. Wire wrapping dominated the project, and I wound up making two sets of these … Continue reading
Putting a square on a square is one of the basics in making art jewelry. And while it would sound incredibly simple, it’s not as easy as you think. There are logistics involved, and I have found that making … Continue reading