First up are some awesome shadowbox beads featuring one of my favorite old designs, Petals Upon Petals.
I think it's been about two years since I made these firefly pendants. I thought summer was the perfect time to revisit them.
I enjoyed this texture so much in my last batch that I decided to make some buttons with it. They will be sold in matching sets of two and are the perfect size for a bracelet focal or to add to your favorite hand knit project.
Super colorful hollow double ended barrel beads!
Little cutie posy buttons! Sold in matching sets.
I love these large focal donuts! Very graphic and bold!
I had several of these pendants hanging around my studio unglazed forever so I finally decided to finish them up. I first offered this design well over a year ago (maybe two).
I know I say this a lot but.... I LOVE THIS BATCH OF PIECES! The fun thing (for me) about constantly challenging myself to make new and fresh designs is that I am never bored. I am always working on and improving techniques that I have been developing for years now and IT NEVER GETS OLD. I love it. :)
First up is the above batch of paper stamped pendants. Paper stamping is a technique I have been playing with for years and it illustrates perfectly why clay is my favorite medium.You don't need much to make a mark, even paper will do.
My love affair with my watercolor technique continues with these lovely pendants/connectors. The final results are always surprising and I continue to learn from them. If I had to name my biggest obsession it would be COLOR.
Nice big fat double sided juicy heart pendants!
These crazy beads were super fun to make! Stacked and loaded with personality!
Happy as a clam shell beads!
Three piece pendant sets!
I've been trying to get some finished jewelry in the shop over the past few weeks.
I love how this pair came out. I really want to keep them...
Lots of gorgeous pieces this week! First up, above, are these really cool hollow double ended barrel beads! I was pretty thrilled when I came up with this design and plan on exploring it a bit more in the future.