Day 16. Green Depression Glass. It’s where my recycled glass journey started! In 2009 my SALA exhibition at Lustre Galleries featured a range of jewellery made from recycled glass beads, and it all started with the Green Depression Glass. Lots of trial and error, and I am still loving the journey of recycled glass.
Day 13. Have you ever had one of those days where you have to be somewhere, but you get a flat tyre, then you try to change the tyre, and when you get the spare tyre out you find an old bracelet, and you wonder how that got there, but you don’t have time to… Read More
Day 11. Today I had THAT feeling as I sat down to make something. The pressure of having to make something, knowing I had a busy day ahead! Just make something, just make something. And as I looked at beads, and turned them over in their boxes, suddenly the red frit beads appeared and I… Read More
Day 9. I am going to let these necklace ideas sit for a while before I decide which one I am going to finish. The necklace on the right just has one more copper tube added to it to take it from an asymmetrical look to a more square look. Various recycled glass beads in… Read More
Day 8. This is what I love about a daily creative challenge. The push to make something every day, and you really never know what you are going to make! Today I was making stud earrings for a recent order, and as I was doing that I happened to look at the other beads on… Read More
Day 7. Today I made headpins! I use these sterling silver headpins for all of my earrings, long and short. It’s a lovely process, with lots of steps, and worth the effort. I also wanted to tell you that this is the final week to pop into @tartscollectiveto see my window exhibition with @tangerinemeg !… Read More