Hi all. Lately I've been trying out new styles and techniques to make my jewellery.
First, some paper covered wood bangles. All but the last are covered with pretty patterned washi paper.
I thought I'd try something in a new colour pallete, which is why I chose this cream and autumn toned bangle.
I love this one because of the colours and it features a continuous mountain scene.
I like the large amount of gold tones and the flowers in this one.
This one is covered in vintage sheet music labeled 'Sicilian Dance'.
I've also been making a lot of new earrings.
These are made with stacked small plastic flower beads. The first pair also has glass beads at the centers of some. I love the glass beads used in the first, and the vibrancy of the second pair.
This pair is really simple, but I loved these painted Japanese beads and wanted to show them off.
I got these vintage plastic oval pieces free with some supplies and had no idea what to do with them. I then decided to pair them with these small plastic flower beads.
These aquamarine beads came with the above plastic ovals. I made the wire teardrops myself and strung on rose quartz chips.
These two necklaces are the first I've made with beads as the main material.
This one is made of mint toned glass beads and a silver connector piece. These are the first beads I bought at a newly discovered bead shop near home.
This necklace was created after I fell in love with the cinnabar bead. I decided to use these faceted glass beads in some of the other tones cinnabar beads come in which I think compliments it well.
Any comments are welcome!