Green Depression Glass! What can I say? It was the first “recycled” glass that I used to make beads, and it’s still one of my all time favourites. I love the history, the colour and the beautiful way it melts. I also love this review that was recently left for me on Etsy, where lots… Read More
I have a feeling I will be using pearls again this year! I love the extra colour in these pieces from the freshwater pearls. This jewellery is heading to @stationmaster5255 gallery in Strathalbyn in the next couple of days. One of my favourite places to go for a coffee and a wander through the galleries… Read More
From bottle, to broken glass, to beads, to earrings! It’s quite a process to go from a discarded bottle to a beautiful pair of earrings, but it’s worth the effort when the glass is as lovely as the Citadelle gin bottle. I have just launched a collection of jewellery on my Etsy site, and as… Read More
Hello! I thought it might be nice to introduce myself for the start of a new year. I am Julie and I started making jewellery when I left school. That was 30 years ago, and although I did try to stop once, when I lived in London for a couple of years, it wasn’t long… Read More
These new gin and tonic earrings are really sweet, a lovely pop of colour, and slightly shorter than other pairs at just 4cm long. Made from Citadelle, Bombay Sapphire, Tanqueray, Hendrick’s Summer Solstice and Hendrick’s Gin bottles, combined with Fever-Tree tonic bottles. This collection will be heading to @pepper_street_arts_centre for their “reuse” exhibition.
Four long necklaces featuring a mix of handmade recycled glass beads will be heading to @pepper_street_arts_centre in February. I have loved making this range of necklaces, they are such an easy style to wear, and being able to wear them layered two or three times means you essentially get a different necklace for different occasions.… Read More
*NEW* gin and tonic earrings will be heading to @pepper_street_arts_centre for their “reuse” exhibition as part of the Adelaide Fringe Festival. The earrings on the right are 4cm long, which is a bit shorter than my regular length. These earrings feature beads that I have made from Tanqueray Gin and Fever Tree tonic bottles. I… Read More