CHECK OUT THOSE BABY BLUES . . .
Gorgeous AAA Blue Topaz briolettes are combined to create these adorable fleur earring charms shown in the front (Aquamarine charms in back sold separately). Sparking briolettes are wrapped in 14K Gold Filled wire.
RAYS OF SUNSHINE
Bright and sparkly, this lovely Citrine Briolette is carefully wrapped in 14K Gold Filled Twisted Wire and hangs from a 14K Gold Filled bail.
Gem Weight – 4.6 carats
Gem Size – 13 x 10 x 6 mm
Hot Pink Tourmaline rondelles are carefully wrapped to hook ear wires of 14K Gold Fill. These earrings are hand formed, hammer hardened, wrapped and polished by me. Easy to wear for day or night they measure 1 3/4″ long; stones are approx 3mm x 1.5mm.
Rock Crystal Quartz, Smooth Briolette Drop, Don’t cry for me. Wrapped in 14K Gold Filled wire and hung from bail of the same.
Gem Weight: 8.3 carats
Gem Size: 18 x 9 mm
Television has been getting a really bad rap lately, and it’s no wonder. But I have to admit, there are a few shows that I like to watch ~ if it weren’t for all those commercials! ( Is it just me or are there more of them these days?) I know I could record the shows and fast forward . . . but I’d rather make things. Here are a few things I’ve been working on. It started with some beautiful rubies . . .
Wow! It’s hard to believe so much time has passed since my last post. And even tho I haven’t been making much jewelry, I’ve been busy. Besides making and selling jewelry extenders, I helped plan our high school reunion, returned to crafting, opened a new Etsy shop, and more recently have been de-cluttering with Craigslist.
Below are a few of my favorite jewelry pieces that have sold:
“A Midsummer Night’s Dream”
Apatite, Labradorite, Smokey Quartz, Iolite, and Gold Vermeil.
my son inspired me to make them in colors. I’ve named that collection of bears “Colores” and they are currently available at my Etsy shop Bitty Boo Gifts.
I’ve truly enjoyed making these little creatures and hope they put a smile on your face. With many jewelry ideas swirling around in my head, my return to jewelry making is just around the corner. But first, I must streamline the photography process . . . ahhh, another idea for a future post – “Photography Made Easy”.
Thanks for visiting, Diana 😉
That said, I can’t help but admire my collection of Peruvian Blue Opals . . . those may have to be next.