Nicola fromPMC Tipshas a fabulous giveaway finishing today. You have a chance to win one of these beautiful charms plus a extra something, whizz over today of you can to enter and see some of Nicola's amazing work .
Well the weather has been soo lovely today I grabbed the opportunity to take some pics. Here are the bits that I made whilst at Flame Off this weekend. It was my first time attending and we had a fabulous time. My friend and I attended the Sliver Clay workshop with Lesley Messam which was great. I made this oval pendant and the disk earrings which actually look lovely on. It was my first step into the Art Clay world and I loved it. I am now all fired up to start making bits at home with the kit my fabulous Hubby bought me for Christmas.
One a less successful note, the wobbly beads shown are the ones that I made. In my defence it was my very first time at the flame and I am not blessed with the co-ordination required to turn my hand ssslllooowwwwllllyyy and steadily away from me and not over heat the glass (shan't be doing that for a living then !) On a positive note I now have an even deeper respect for Lampwork Artists. Lovely Emma Greenhelped my friend and I without once yelling "are you deaf or just totally malco-ordinated?"
I have been AWOL and I am sorry. We were away in Cape Town for Easter, which was sooo lovely. It has been non stop play dates and Legoland since we have been home with a stop over by my parents en route from CT back to their UK home thrown in. We are all rested and ready to get back into the swing of school/ me working on some new designs and my poor Hubby has been back at work for a week already. I did manage to go to Flame Off on Saturday with my lovely friend and we had a ball, I shall post some pics of my creations later in the week. Needless to say that I am not a natural Lampwork artist, although my friends bead were beautiful, my art clay creations were far more wearable. So these pics are of a sunny happy Easter Holiday spent in the sunshine. Have a great week and I promise relevant jewellery news soon xx
I hand make jewellery using beautiful handmade lampwork beads, pearls, semi precious stones and sterling silver along with Karen Hill Tribe silver.
My work can be found on ESTY and The Look Boutique.
I also make jewelllery to order. All of my jewellery is Bespoke, pieces may be simmilar but no 2 are ever the same.
I am also a qualified Nail Technician so all thing lovely live here!
You can also now find my jewellery on my website: