Monday, 23 July 2012

Family

I'm proud to say both of my daughter's are now into the art lifestyle, it's taken awhile, but I knew I'd get there in the end. I taught my younger daughter to make necklaces a few years ago, (she gave up waiting for me to make her one). She's had so many comments on the ones she's made for herself and friends that she's decided to open an Etsy shop

Her style is so different to mine, she's definitely not into found objects, but her sense of what goes together is amazing. Maybe one day she'll make me one. I've added her shop to my side bar if you care to check them out. Below are some of her range.








My daughter will have more added soon.

Thanks for taking the time to visit and thanks for your lovely comments in the previous post.



17 comments:

Jen Crossley said...

The apple doesnt fall far from the tree Ro beautiful work

sharon young said...

Lovely colours, Ro, so nice to have your daughter following in her mum's footsteps

suziqu's thread works said...

Wow Ro how very wonderful to have two creative daughters like you but that is no surprise at all!
Gorgeous necklaces here but I have to say I love the brown toned beads - I wish her well with the Etsy shop.
Hugs,
Suzy

Heather said...

Your daughter's necklaces are delightful and sure to be snapped up. I wish her every success with her Etsy shop.

Samantha Marshall said...

How fantastic Ro!

Dot said...

Lovely necklaces Ro. And very special that your daughter is showing her creative talents xx

Jacky said...

Talented family Ro !!!! Some wonderful colour combinations there. Definitely following in your footsteps... and prolific too!

Jacky xox

Penny Patten-Bryant said...

So Pretty, I love wearing beads!

Donna Wynn (Yogiknitgirl) said...

Wow Ro this is beautiful work, I know they get their talent from their incredibly artistic mama! How we love our children and their very own accomplishments! Hope you are well! Have a beautiful week my friend!

grrl + dog said...

she definitely has an eye for blue. They stand out with good harmony and soothing repetition.
You must be feeling proud!

Judy said...

Ro, Your daughters work is lovely. You are so lucky both your daughters are following an art lifestyle.

deb said...

Beautiful necklaces! Talent and colour, and look who is their mentor. How wonderful, Congratulations. xox

Sophie Munns said...

It had to spill over I think...these are lovely Ro... and how could your daughters not love colour and be noticing what's all around them. Given the predominance of black and white and minimal looks in decor for years you must have offered them and their friends a welcome treat!

jackie said...

I'm sure you are very proud. Something usually rubs off in the end.Thanks for your encouragement on my work.

kisekileia said...

Wow, these are gorgeous. I'm in Canada, but I'm thinking I might email the link to my dad to see if he wants to buy me and/or my mom any of these necklaces for Christmas. I'd buy one myself, either the red for me or one of the blues for my mother, but I can't really afford it. They're beautiful!

Katiejane said...

These are all so very nice! You go, girl!

Linda said...

Your daughter definitely has an eye for colour; her necklaces are so pretty. I really like the hand-wired clasps.
Hope she does well.....