Thursday, December 11, 2008

I am Making Jewelry

A pin

A necklace

I decide to take some of that Teak wood I made the muses with, cut them down and make jewelry with. These are my first two pieces. One is a pin, I also added a loop on the back so it could be a necklace. I actually thought it would make a great handbag pin. The little house dangly I got in a trade or swap from Belinda Spiwak. The second is a necklace and I am wearing it today. I never wear anything but earrings so for me this is a biggy. The images are from Paper Whimsey.

14 comments:

Barb said...

OMG, these are absolutely amazing -- I luv the Paper Whimsey images!

marciglenn said...

Elizabeth - these are fabulous jewelry pieces and the images are perfect!! Lov 'em.

Melinda Cornish said...

these are wonderful! I love both of them....Melinda

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Elizabeth,

Is there nothing you can't do? These jewelry pieces are fantastic, and I love what you did with Belinda's little house. I have one of those, too, so you have given me an idea. Thanks for the inspiration.

Elizabeth (and Bleubeard)

Dianne Adams said...

These pieces are beautiful and very inspiring. Love the images.

rebecca woodward said...

Lovely, just lovely! You could wear these and be proud...I'm sure you'll get oodles of great compliments. Nice job Elizabeth!

Dream With the Fishes said...

Those are great! I love them!

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Roberta said...

These are both VERY beautiful! You are an extremely versatile artist...I love your mixed media work! Your blog inspires me today...as usual :-)

KathrynAntyr said...

These are gorgeous.

Scrappy Cat said...

These are really cute! And visit my blog today - I have a little surprise for you.

Brenda Seaholm-Wampler said...

awwwww....these are just precious! Great work!

Diane said...

You sure are making jewelry....wonderful jewelry. Is there no end to your talents?? I think not! Fabulous pieces!
Happy holidays to you, Elizabeth!

A Robin's Nest said...

Your blog is absolutely full of beautiful artwork! This was my first visit here but I will be back to look around some more! I used to live in NC and really miss the scenery from the Outer Banks and the mountains!! Love your work!!!