Sunday, 16 March 2008

Vintage shades of aqua





Wow, the weather here has been stinking. The temperature is 38C as I write, with no end in site. It's autumn here but Mother Nature seems to have forgotten.
I've spent the last two days inside making the necklace above. It's listed on my Etsy
I'm also making, don't fall off your chair, a vintage book, me vintage, for a class I'll be teaching at Hann Made later in the year.
I'll have photos soon. The book is made using mount board. Believe it or not I used to be a vintage girl some years ago, until I saw the light, just kidding, I'm very adaptable.

22 comments:

Jen Crossley said...

Love this Ro it is Stunning as everything that you put your hands too.
Come to the sepia side girl Judy and I will welcome you with open arms LOL
Jen

MargaretR said...

This necklace is wonderful Ro, but the background is just as wonderful.

Judy Wise said...

Me too, I love the photo with the colorful background, it really sings. hee hee hee, you made me laugh out loud.

Judy Wise said...

duh, oops, I forgot to say how gorgeous the necklace is. Stunning. I love it.

Steph said...

Gorgeous necklace! Did you make the heart shape piece ?

azirca said...

This is beautiful Ro, the milky blue tones are soothing to the eye.
I had to giggle at what Jen said about 'coming to the sepia side'. Didn't you know the new black is brown? ;)

Abby Creek Art said...

Really nice, Ro...I really like the gold heart in the middle.

Lynn said...

All wonderful stuff here. Love the jewelry and the book previews.
Can't wait to see more.

Linda Lynch said...

This is just stunning! I too would be tempted to order one in Sepia!!!! By the way, you have been tagged! Check out my site and see what you need to do. Linda
wwwlindalynch.blogspot.com

Joanne said...

Blue is my favourite colour and this necklace is stunning, I love the gold centrepiece too! And the slide show on your blog is very impressive :)

mary schweitzer said...

I'm waiting for warm weather too. It is supposed to be spring here.
As always your work is fabulous, I would gladly wear everything you make.
Mary

Maralena (AKA: mcdc3s) said...

I just keep coming back to this necklace. It's the more beautiful necklace I've ever seen.

Cre8Tiva said...

how beautiful...i am about to launch my etsy shop...i have missed so much recently...hope you are well...thank you for your support...hugs and happy st. paddy's day...rebecca

Karen Cole said...

I am really loving the whole look of how you are photographing all of your beautiful work. I didn't think it would be possible to actually make all of your work look even better, but you certainly have.

The slide shows are fabulous as well. I may have to go back and revisit that for myself.

Marilyn Rock said...

Ro; I had a chance to visit your Blog. Wonderful visuals! Your jewelry is really gorgeous and I clicked on your website, too. WOW! You are very talented and multi-faceted!

Regina said...

This piece is amazing, Ro! I can't figure out where you get all the wonderful vintage things.
Regina

Regina said...

This piece is amazing, Ro! I can't figure out where you get all the wonderful vintage things.
Regina

Jo Wholohan said...

fabulous ro as always :)) annnddd my favourite colour, beeautiful!!!

sharon young said...

Beautiful colours on the new necklace, Ro, and all those wonderful little piecs too, they're just gorgeous.
The vintage book sound great, I should think that last statement of yours is very much an understatement !! I've seldom seen someone so creatively adaptable :-)

Nicole said...

Stunning work again mate, love them all...

Hugs
Nicole

Mary lin Huskamp said...

BEAUTIFUL!!!! I LOVE the Color!!

Happy Easter!!!

JafaBrit's Art said...

oh my, I could spend ages and ages exploring the beads etc on your necklace, it is lovely. I love how you displayed it in front of the lush paper.