Like apples of gold in settings of silver is a word aptly spoken. Proverbs 25:11

Monday, January 24, 2011

Now in Gold and Brass!

Now, all rings can be made with non-tarnish gold tone and brass wire!  I've expanded to include those of you who prefer gold and brass tones over silver.    Here are a few rings I made recently in the gold wire. 

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Crow Keychain

My sister said I should make keychains for those who don't wear much jewelry.  Due to being busy and slightly unmotivated, I left it as a great idea.  Then I got an e-mail from my friend, Amy, asking for a "Crow Keychain."  With a bit of experimentation and some wire bending, I came up with this cute keychain!  If you'd like a keychain, I could make most any pendant style on a keychain for you!

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

WOU Bookstore

On May 6th, I will be a featured artist at the WOU Bookstore in Monmouth, Oregon!  I will be making custom "Waiting to Hatch Bird Nest Pendants" and "Leaf Pendants"...just in time for Mother's Day!  I will also have rings, earrings and other jewelry on display.  The event runs from 10 am to 3 pm.  If you'd like to come and see what I have, this will be a good time!


You can also find me....

"Some Things," our local antique shop, has started carrying my rings!  They are usually found on the checkout counter and I have many styles, sizes and prices to choose from!  

Also, "Claire's Boutique," has some rings, along with a few other crafty items I have made. 

If you are in downtown Dallas, stop in and check out what I have.

Ring for my Sis-in-law

At Christmastime, I took a box of buttons from my grandmother and her mother to my family gathering.  I made rings for my mom, grandma, sister-in-law, step-sister, niece and daughter.  They each got to pick out buttons that caught their eye and I fashioned them to fit!  What a special memory.  If you have a special button, I would love to make it into a ring for you.  Check out, "Grandma's Button Jar Ring" post for more information.
This is the ring I created with my sister-in-law, using three buttons and gold-tone wire.