Test tube pendants

“Test tube pendants” is what Mollie Barrow named them. Only the first one is based on a round cab (and also quite big). Mollie is the person who makes all these beautiful glass cabs. Each one is different, so these pendants are even more unique than my other stuff (which is unique but sometimes on a different level). You can see Mollie’s other work on her facebook page. My pendants are available on Etsy in …

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Wrapped geode

Geodes are awesome. I love geodes. I sometimes spend literally hours online looking for the right ones or just watching the pretty geode photos. Geodes are crystal-lined cavities inside a rock. They are often formed when a bubble of air is trapped inside hot lava, then it cools down and forms quartz crystals inside around the bubble. The crystals can grow inside the rock for a very long time, so the geodes can be a …

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Coral set

The lovely red beads are pressed coral. I have no idea what the smaller ones are, there have been suggestions about jade, quartz, moonstone and citrine, though. Maybe calcite? I’m quite happy with this set and I might use these or similar patterns more often. I like to think that it’s somewhat fantasy inspired, like my previous pendants. Available on Etsy: pendant and earrings.

Steampunk necklace

Encouraged by the popularity of the yesterday’s necklace with crocheted wire, I’ve made another one, steampunk style this time. It came out somewhat longer (54cm instead of 45). I’m very happy with how the central part came out. Available on Etsy.

Some new heart pendants

I got swamped with some custom orders and some other unrelated stuff, but I’ve managed to make something for my shop as well. I know people have been inquiring for my heart pendants, so I made four goth ones. As you can see, I’ve used some new glass/wire combinations. Available on Etsy.

Custom earrings

I was asked to make matching earrings for this labradorite and garnet pendant: I came up with this, although I’m pretty sure I’ve seen a similar design on the deviantArt somewhere: I’ve made several pairs with different wire and bead combinations and then I got bored with the design. I’m not sure whether to list them online, right now I’m wearing one pair to see if they’re not too heavy.