In case you were wondering, when you buy a piece of my recycled glass jewellery it comes with a tag to indicate which glass I used to make the beads.
I finished the 12km City to Bay run this morning! It felt so good to work towards something for the past several months and then actually achieve it today. I had said to my husband I would be happy to just finish running, and not walk at all along the way. I did that! And I also did a really good time (for me)!
This bracelet features beads made from a Hendricks Gin bottle.
Happy World Gin Day to you! I am having quite the love affair with gin bottles at the moment. The beads in this bracelet were made from Hendricks, Tanqueray and Bombay Sapphire Gin bottles. Cheers gin lovers…
I have always been fascinated with the complexity and simplicity of design! After I have made a piece I often spend a little bit of time thinking about “what if I changed this bit here?”
So today I decided to take inspiration from that idea, and change one thing from yesterday’s bracelet. Here is today’s version:
Yesterday I used clear Fever-Tree tonic water bottle beads in between the Hendricks Gin bottle disk beads. Today I opted to use all Hendricks bottle beads…hmm, that’s got me thinking about tomorrow!
Following on from yesterday’s post, this bracelet was made with Hendricks Gin Bottle beads. I love how the dark brown beads look black when you wear them, and are such a pretty contrast to the silvery beads in the bracelet. Really loving the Hendricks gin bottle, and wondering why I didn’t smash it sooner to make beads!