I think I posted about this recently with a different bracelet. But I do like having beads leftover after making earrings, because they make such pretty bracelets! I love the shape of these beads, and all of the colours just work together beautifully. These beads were made from a Banrock Station wine bottle.
Today I set up my window display at T’Arts (in Gays Arcade, off Adelaide Arcade). I made 100 pairs of earrings! They are a mix of Italian and recycled glass beads. If you’re in Adelaide I hope you’ll pop in and see the display. A big thanks to my husband for helping me make the… Read More
I’m in the middle of getting lots and lots of earrings ready for my window display at T’Arts, which I’ll be setting up after I finish my shift there tomorrow. These earrings, made from gin and tonic bottles, are 3 of the pairs that will be available. I’m hoping to get 100 pairs made! Still… Read More
It’s day 7 of the challenge to use the purple recycled wine bottle beads. Today I’ve done something a bit different. I like the way these necklaces hang, they are going to be perfect for the warmer days ahead! That’s the end of that mini challenge! I wasn’t sure at first if I could come… Read More
I thought I would try something a bit different with the beads today. I popped them at the bottom of the necklace, and added some lovely green recycled glass beads around them. I love how the purple beads sit at the bottom of a necklace, just makes it a little bit more interesting. I would… Read More
Day 2 of the challenge I set for myself to use the purple beads made from a wine bottle differently for 7 days. I have to use at least one of the purple beads, but I can change anything else about the piece of jewellery. Oh, this is going to be fun! I thought I… Read More
This morning I came across these beads in my collection. I remember making them a long time ago (they are made from a wine bottle), and I had tried to make something with them at some stage, but it hadn’t worked out, so they were in a bag, just waiting to be found! I kind… Read More