It's totally snowing here on March 26th, but I am ignoring it!!
Last summer I fell in love with making these boho bangle bracelets, and
made Lots of them!
I took some along with me to the Country Living Show with me and made an
unfortunate discovery. Instead of using an accurate tape measure , (DUH)! I used my own wrist
to measure the diameter of the bracelets, figuring that I was your pretty average joe.
Well, apparently I have unusally small wrists!
Now, of all the body parts to have freakishly petite , please.
We couldn't have pulled something better than that from the ol gene pool?
Well this time I used a tape measure!
2 5/8" in diameter.
I really fell in love with how this bead came out. It was made from a vintage
They are full of yummy handmade beads, beautiful blue Amazonite stone beads, a couple of very lovely religious medals,
and hand died silk sari ribbon.
“The human heart has hidden treasures, In secret kept, in silence sealed; The thoughts, the hopes, the dreams, the pleasures, Whose charms were broken if revealed.”
― Charlotte Bronte
This is a framed antique tin type necklace I just finished. I haven't done
one in a while . I went through my stash and felt my pile of them was getting a little low lol. It must be time to go tin type
hoarding, shopping .
I made the hammered steel chain here in the studio.
These will both be up in the Etsy Shop
tomorrow morning :)
Don't forget you can still sign up for the drawing for the
free spot in the
"Fly " Workshop !
I know workshops, + supplies etc can add up quick.
Some news about the upcoming fly workshop!
You can now split the cost of the workshop up into 2 payments!!!
By choosing the 2 payment plan here on the blog , you can make one initial payment
of 40.00 at time of purchase, and one final payment on April 20th !
If you are a newsletter subscriber , you can still get the $5.00 discount, making your
final payment on the 20th just 44.99.
If you have any questions feel free to email me ,
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