Monday, October 23, 2006

Earth Mother - Necklace

New necklace - with a clay face pendant. Jasper chips, jasper beads, brass beads and black beads plus a brass toggle clasp - 17 inches long.

Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Bangles for Diane W.

This Bangle is called "Inspiration" because Diane has been my Tarot inspiration for a long time; without her knowledge and support my Tarot cards would still be sitting in a box in a drawer and the Odyssey Tarot would never have been born. This is a silver bangle with a large blue and white focal bead, lots of silver, blue and white support beads. Two charms and one is engraved "Inspire".

This is a copper bangle called "Rumble Doll" - and I need to say no more about that! It's focal beads are smaller than the "Inspiration" bangle and it has double coiled copper wire. A bit more casual and very in tune with fall.

Friday, October 13, 2006

Red and Copper Brangle

This is another attempt at a Brangle - copper and red beads, very nice. The beads are actually darker red with orange patterns - they didn't photo all that well. I think I will make some Brangles for my Jewelry Sale Site - Bangles & Beads.

Thursday, October 12, 2006

"Sunny Days" - Bangle

New brass bangle "Sunny Days" - this one just radiates warmth.

Wednesday, October 11, 2006


This is my first attempt at a brangle. A brangle is a bracelet in 3 segments, a bit more flexable than a one piece bangle. I want to make a few more of these for my Jewelry Web Page. I think I may keep this one for myself.

Sunday, October 08, 2006

"Twilight" - Bangle

"Twilight" - a new bangle made up in Pa. this weekend. I finally got my wire delivery and took everything up to Pa. with me. I made 2 bangles, but I am not comfortable making jewelry there - I think the lighting is not good. However I love the two bangles I made there. I really like the leaf charm I made for this one.

Wednesday, October 04, 2006

"Stonehenge" - Bangle

New bangle called "Stonehenge". This copper bangle has carved focal beads with copper spacers, double copper coiled wire and wooden beads at the ends - very earthy.