Thursday, 15 October 2015

Back to making Jewellery

It's been quite awhile since I made any jewellery. My trip to Noosa and the bead shop inspired me to get going again. I've added some necklaces to my Etsy shop I've also added more decorated paper packs.



This one features lovely semi precious stone carnelian and ammonite beads, with a lovely quartz drop


A mix of beads including two glass ring beads from Ethiopia and one of my soldered broken china charms. SOLD


Drilled and eyeleted sea glass and aventurine beads are included in this one.



More sea glass and jade beads as well as a tiny carved jade bird SOLD

More paper kits, these have a variety of all original decorated papers.

We had the coldest winter this year in a long time, for us anyway. Now it looks as though we're in for one of our hottest summers. We're still in spring and the temperature today is 34 deg C. I love the sun but not the fires that often come with it. We are not looking forward to what's ahead.




I take my sketchbook with me wherever I go. This was a gorgeous cafe in Eummundi, in Queensland, where I taught recently. There was so much to sketch. I think quite a few of my friends would say the 'Bohemian' meanings fit me.


my sketch of the photo above


in the plane and one of our favourite cafes in Noosa.

My sketch book has images in the corners and numbers on the pages so one isn't confronted with blank pages.

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4 comments:

Win Dinn said...

Gorgeous jewellery, Ro - I'm loving your colour combinations and the glasswork you use!

Gillian Speelman said...

Oh Ro, I have just found your blog! Love your stuff!!!

Heather said...

Love the necklaces and your gorgeous papers. That cafe looks so inviting. What an inspiring place to stop for refreshment for body and soul.

Sue Marrazzo said...

AWESOMEness!!