Thursday, April 15, 2010

And so it begins...

The designing process, where I struggle to choose what to do first! I have a home show coming up in the middle of the month of May, and although I have a ton of jewelry made, I always feel pressured to make as much as I possibly can before the show comes. There's not only the designing, but the photographing, tagging, inventorying, and listing. It's a lot of work. But don't get me wrong... I'm not complaining! I actually love it! It gives me such pleasure to be able to create new things on a weekly basis. It gives me a chance to play with my glass stash, and mix it up with my silver and crystal stash. I have to say, it's a wonderful outlet for me. I wouldn't trade it for anything. And with that, I'll show you what I made the other day!
"Bermuda Blue"
With matching earrings:
"Glowing Lanterns"
"Man on the Moon"

"Perfect Harmony"

Still thinking of a name for these...I'm stumped. 
Below we have "Geranium" 
And "Violet Skies"

And now for the bracelet that I will be adding to my brochure, but I just can't decide which photograph to select... Would you like to help me? Let me know your favorite...I'd appreciate it!!
From the top down, they are #1-8. Leave a comment if you would, with your favorite. 
I'll be making some more jewelry today, and for the next few weeks, however I am going to hold off on listing on Etsy for a bit, just so I can prepare for the show. It's just easier to keep track of things this way. If I have the time I may list a piece or two, just so you wont forget about me, but as always, you can contact me if you see something here on the blog and want first dibs! Just email me and I'll send you the price if you are interested. Ok, I'm off to do some housework, and then my creative side gets a chance to play this afternoon. Have a great Thursday!

1 comment:

  1. I choose pictures 4 and 5.

    You always do such a great job with your pictures - they really show off the great sparkle and shine of your creations so perfectly!

    Oh, and all the creations are beautiful as always!


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