More Affordable Jewellery

I would love my jewellery to be more affordable. Sadly, after taking off all the fees, taxes, supplies and other costs pure income is maybe half of what customers are paying. But I still think more people should be able to afford something nice every now and then, so I decided to make some simpler pendants, that don’t involve so much supplies and require less time to complete. So here’s a batch of pendants. They’re …

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Shamrokon exclusives

Shamrokon is a Eurocon – a sci-fi, fantasy and horror convention that takes place in a different country each year. This year it’s taking place in Dublin, Ireland, hence the name. You can still buy a membership (it’s in two weeks time), so check out the details on the Shamrokon official website. I will be both participating in the Shamrokon art show and be one of the dealers, selling my jewellery and art. And because …

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Ancient Forest pendant

It took me several attempts to actually photograph this pendant properly and the beauty of the stone still doesn’t show on a single photo. Hence there’s three. It was tricky to wrap it to have all the freeform wire detail and not to obscure the stone too much at the same time, but I managed (although it took a lot of time). Available in my Etsy shop. Enjoy!   

A batch of steampunk pendants

Here’s a batch of some new steampunk pendants – the smallest ones. Theoretically they come in pretty much any colour, but really mostly I use what I already have in my beads drawer and what’s available. I got lots of brown and purple ones this time. Available in my Etsy shop in the Steampunk section.

Asymmetric black and red pendant

As you probably know already, my most popular kind of pendant is a heart, either a steampunk one with a key or a red one with lots of black wire and sort of a gothic feeling to it. I don’t blog about them anymore because they go from my shop too quickly, often before I even get around to writing a post about them. In fact, these days I rarely make anything else except the …

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Agate pendants

I made these two pendants in December, but with all the work with craft fairs and also family matters, I sort of forgot about blogging. I apologize for that and promise to write more. I’ve got a lot of new jewellery to share, I just need to get around to taking the photos, etc. The first one is an agate slice, dyed black, which I thought would look cool with neutral grey beads. These are …

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