Month: April 2015

Wicked, Wicked Crown

I’ve talked about this a bit on twitter and on Facebook, but I’ve not been able to talk about it much until now. 🙂 See, I was tasked with making a crown that was dark and rough and evil looking. I was given a… Continue Reading “Wicked, Wicked Crown”

A commission that isn’t jewelry!

I think this is the first time I’ve been commissioned to do a wire piece that isn’t jewelry. (And it’s not really a commission, more of an art trade. 🙂 ) She wanted two foxes, and after some very very basic sketching, I got… Continue Reading “A commission that isn’t jewelry!”

A different kind of commission

I recently had a pretty big commission for a thing I can’t show ya’ll yet. I had a stone left over from it and my 15 year old came to me and said, “If you’re not gonna use that one, can you make me a… Continue Reading “A different kind of commission”

A poignant commission

This recent commission centered around the idea of remembrance.  In this case, it was remembrance of a child lost.  I felt absolutely honored to be asked to do this, and I am very proud of the results. I used silver Parawire (As always!), and… Continue Reading “A poignant commission”

This one is mine!

I don’t often make myself jewelry, oddly enough.  When I go out, I’ll often grab pieces from my stock-rings or pendants or what-have-you-but rarely do I make something specifically for myself. I ordered a piece of Icelandic Spar for my husband, and with it,… Continue Reading “This one is mine!”