Thursday, December 17, 2009

Romantic Interlude

Windwaithe Mermaid Necklace

So after having to give away my last mermaid necklace in a contest, I decided I wanted one of my own. This one looks exactly like the mermaid in my story, only much tinier.

Friday, November 20, 2009

I finished my ghost marionette for Halloween this year. It's taken me quite a while but she is all done. I couldn't posted pictures of the finished project before Halloween because she was on display at the library. The kids loved her. We have a joke at our library that the display with the most fingerprints wins as the most popular. I had to wipe down the glass of the display cabinet at least two or three times a day, so I think the little ghost won. I made her out of glow in the dark clay so when she is under a black light she glows (as seen in the picture).
She turned out even better than I expected. I can't wait to try her out in a puppet show for Halloween next year!

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Sunday, October 4, 2009

I made the How Sweet It Is necklace for my costume for Halloween this year. I'm going to be a sweet fairy. The Tea Time necklace was just for fun. I had my jewelry on display at the library and a darling little girl made her mom come up and ask where she could buy one of my necklaces. I pulled out the Tea Time necklace and handed it to her, telling her she could keep it. She was so excited she was almost shaking as she took it from me. It made my whole day!

Saturday, September 26, 2009

Sunday, June 14, 2009

More Miniature Worlds

I haven't figured out what I want to call these miniature necklaces if I ever decide to start selling them online. Little Lockets? Fanta-itsies? Small Secrets? I like that one. How about Sheila-Doesn't-Know-What-to-Call-These-Stinking-Things. SDKWTCTST for short. Okay, it still needs some work. Got any ideas people out in Cyberland?

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Miniature Jewelry

I've always had a mania for all thing miniature. I especially love to create miniature sculptures for necklaces. Most of necklaces shown above are the size of a postage stamp.


Please click the OLDER POSTS link just above and to the right to see pictures of even more jewelry I've created in the past.