Monday, 13 October 2008
So this is my latest commission. Made from pressed amber nuggets, stunning citrine quartz disco balls and big white mustang rounds. This commission was some what easier than the last one, probably because it was commissioned by a woman...who said women don't know what they want?
The necklace and bracelet combo have both been finished with solid copper chain and clasps to tie in nicely with the amber accents. The lady is a red head so this set should light her fire.
Saturday, 4 October 2008
Well this is what we woke up to this morning the 4th of October OCTOBER I say! Yes all the trees were all bent over with the extra weight and it made me want to go and dig out my Christmas compilation CD.
It's too early for winter, I'm not ready for chopping wood in the snow, frozen fingers and not a minute to myself. I'm having to pinch my neighbour's wood as ours won't get delivered for another two weeks!
The snow this morning however did give me the ideal excuse to sit inside and make necklaces all morning. I've got a date for my jewellery show in London in november, which I am glad about that means I can start planning the one I will be having in Chamonix. I'm still not sure I will have enough stock, I suppose it's only a good thing if I sell out.
Oh well off to buy rat poison...sorry.
Friday, 3 October 2008
So as promised following my glowing last Etsy sale, of which I hope there will be many more, here is the new love of my life. I hope you will agree that she's pretty. I've used a lovely carved jade flower, citrine and smokey quartz among other lovely beads.
Now I ve go a panic on about Christmas, it's just around the corner and I am hoping for some big sales. I'm really hoping Etsy will shine. But I can't seem to stop myself buying more beads in fear that I won't have enough stock. This will be the first year that I do a Christmas bead party here at home in France and in the Uk and have my Etsy shop online too...EEEEKKKK!!! I am sure everything will work out, deep breaths, deeeep breaths.
So anyone reading this care to comment on your last Etsy Christmas experience go ahead I would love to hear about it.