Monthly Archives: January 2012
Since a few weeks, I’ve been working on the new “Cascade” jewelry line, and just finished the first two prototypes. I’m absolutely thrilled how the pieces turned out and am excited to share a sneak peek of the line. Bold
Yesterday was one of those rare days that required me to run both of my kilns at the same time. To say it with Tom and Lorenzo (my favorite fashion blog): Darlings, here’s your Daily Pretty: Instead of flowers, today
Due to the winter storms and power outages, I wasn’t able to torch in the last two days. Very frustrating, especially as I have a large order that I would love to finish. Here’s your bead picture of the day.
I’m very excited about a new line of jewelry that I started working on. Of course main feature are my glass beads, but the different necklace styles also highlight a variety of textures and metal chain patterns. Working title of
… where nothing turns out as expected. On my first set of beads, I envisioned those two moonstone colors – a milky green and a milky clear, mingling in some thousand year old glacier. Well, the CIM Cirrus glass turned
Just a quick “eye candy” post today, I want to show something new and something old. First one is a set that I made yesterday night, using an old favorite color, a rare odd lot of Double Helix silver glass,
I always loved the look of marble. Something so soothing in following the lines with your eyes. And also in a “crafty sense”, I tried my hands in the past on different marbling techniques, for example paper marbling and faux