Look at all the amazing shades of green that @bethanywines_barossa use for their wines! I love visiting their beautiful winery and collecting their old bottles to use in new pieces of jewellery.
And a sweet recycled glass bracelet at @bethanywines_barossa now. Sits nice and flat on your wrist, lots of pretty colours.
The sweetest recycled glass earrings to mix and match with the recent necklaces I have posted. Loving all of the colours in this collection at @bethanywines_barossafor Vintage Festival. A lovely celebration in the Barossa Valley.
Another new recycled glass necklace at @bethanywines_barossa for the Vintage Festival.
A new recycled glass necklace at @bethanywines_barossa. This necklace features copper enamel tubes and beads made from one of their wine bottles decorated with smashed up glass that has been melted in.
Enamel copper tubes and recycled glass beads made from @bethanywines_barossa wine bottles!
Starting with earrings. I have made four different styles of earrings here. All of them featuring a bead made from a @bethanywines_barossa wine bottle. The enamel copper tubes look so colourful and pretty. Hard to pick a favourite, but the bottom left pair is my current fave.
It’s an incredibly slow and complex process to enamel these copper tubes, but it’s always worth it. Making some new recycled glass jewellery for @bethanywines_barossaas they celebrate Vintage Festival next week.
I have just finished 100 days of making a piece of recycled glass jewellery every day and I have found the past 100 days to be seriously amazing. There have been days when I had no idea what to make, and after I have sat down I have been surprised by what I have made! There have been days when I have been frustrated by glass and days when I have been thrilled! But today seems like a good day to take a break from the project. Life here has gotten slightly hectic and I am trying to find ways to simplify things a little bit. So I am taking a break from the project….but whenever I do make something new I promise to share it with you all. I will still be making and taking photos of the pieces I make. I just won’t be doing it as part of my year of recycled glass jewellery project.
Loving the colours in this recycled glass necklace featuring beads from all sorts of wine and champagne bottles.