Monday, 21 June 2010

Seashells.


Sea shell beads always seem to be popular and it is certainly the weather to make thoughts turn towards the beach. Here is a new set I have added to my Etsy shop today.

I hope you all had a good weekend in the sunshine. I had a visit from my two little nephews which was lovely...although our three cats didn't agree and made themselves scarce.

If you are in Taunton this Sunday then come and see me at the Art Boot Sale and Queen,s College. I will be selling my jewellery and beads there but there will also be lots of artists selling paintings, prints and ceramics.


Thursday, 17 June 2010

Mexican Beads.



I've been making beads in lovely bright colours inspired by some Mexican arts and crafts I've been looking at. I've even made some little skull charms for Day of the Dead jewellery. I need to practise them a bit more before I show them or list any for sale. Don't know that they will be popular in the UK but there does seem to be a lot of Día de los Muertos work on Etsy.




Monday, 14 June 2010

Isn't this lovely!




I just had a message from one of my Etsy customers in the USA. She has used a couple of my Tribal beads in a beautiful bracelet. I thought you might like to see it. If you are interested you can read the ARTIST'S BLOG or go straight to her ETSY SHOP.



Thursday, 10 June 2010

Not Mass Produced.


I make and sell a lot of jewellery but until now I haven't really tried selling it online. I decided it was time to try so I have just added a couple of items to the website Not Mass Produced. So far I have just added these heart sets in three colours. You can also buy the earrings and pendants separately rather than as a set.

There are lots of other handmade items on the website. Why not take a look.