December 3, 2008

Some new work and today's Sale item

I enjoyed myself last night in my nice clean studio. When it's cleaned up like that, I'm more apt to put things back after I'm done using them. Like pliers and magazines. Typically I would just leave them and come back a few days later to total chaos. I know that I'm not the only one.
I finished up a few new pieces- shown here and these are all listed in the etsy store as of this morning. This first bracelet was centered around this gorgeous etched lamp work glass bead from Cindy Hoo. Stay tuned, Cindy was nice enough to offer to send me a pair of earrings for a blog giveaway!

And of course, the matching earrings for that bracelet. Simple design but a perfect match and nice subtle addition to the bracelet. They are listed separately in the shop in case the shopper likes one but not the other.And this nice and colorful piece that shows off an awesome darkened French script etched pendant and skeleton key. The pendant and the clasp on this necklace were handmade by Jennifer Stumpf.
And last but not least, this asymmetrical bracelet where I incorporated my last (sniff sniff) Golem Studios tulip bead, and some steel wire, and a handmade funky clasp.


Today's sale: Click here to buy:


Show someone that you love them with this
necklace. It's sure to become a favorite.
Was $50, Now on sale for $35

3 comments:

  1. All are beautiful! I especially like the last bracelet!

    Also, I wanted to thank you for participating in the recent "Counting Blessings" Art Bead Exchange! I love your charm and so appropriate for the theme I thought. Can't wait to use it in a piece of jewelry!

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  2. Hi Erin!
    Thank you so much! The charm swap was fun but very challenging for a non-bead maker like myself.
    MY FAVORITE was your leaf charms. OMG I love them so much. And the way you presented them, was superb.

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  3. gorgeous work Lorelei!!!

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