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A New Year, Renewed Inspiration

The past few weeks have been…fabulous.  The decision to not focus on business, in order to get ready for Christmas, was the right one.  Up until the 25th I was a busy bee, still wondering if I’d get everything done in time.  But as it always does, things fell into place and I breathed that […]

Be the Change

Recently I had the privilege of creating jewelry for clients who wanted to give a Christmas gift to a loved one.  It was a lot of fun working through the design process, transforming their ideas and mine into metal.  What resulted was a beautiful silver pendant, etched with a hand-drawn tree and inspirational quote by […]

Pretty Product Packaging

Hi friends, I’ve been busy thinking about my product packaging and the impression I want to leave with my jewelry customers.  The way a product is packaged can be just as important as the product itself, in my opinion. I’m part of a local artist association and each year at Christmas time they hold a […]

Hiking and Copper Bangles

Recently I spent time with friends on a hike at Sope Creek Trail in Marietta, GA.  It was great to get outside and breathe in the fresh Fall air, even if only for a few hours.  The scenery was gorgeous with lots of sunshine, colorful leaves, a babbling creek and a beautiful lake.  One of […]

My First Handmade Ring

Aside from my wedding ring, I’ve never been so proud to wear a piece of jewelry.  This ring was our final project completed in my summer metalsmithing class.  We learned how to size and form a ring from precious metal, set a cabochon stone using a bezel setting, and how to use a Flex Shaft […]

Spiffy Metal Art (aka handmade silver earrings)

These earrings are the 2nd project we’ve completed in the jewelry metalsmithing class I’m taking.  (The first was also a pair of earrings, but I’ll just leave it at that.)  They didn’t turn out perfectly, or as my instructor likes to say about metal gone awry, they are slightly “organic”.  Imperfections included, there is something […]