Wednesday, 30 June 2010

New jewelry

Hi everyone,
How are you, my dear friends? Sorry I didn't post for so long and not being able to visit your wonderful blogs lately, but it was a very busy time for me here , trying to keep playing in my studio and making some jam, jelly and syrup with the fruit and flowers we have in the garden. I'll try to catch up with your blogs as soon as I can. :)

Who would have thought one year ago, when I started this blog that I would start making silver jewelry? Certainly I didn't! But here I am, completely hooked by silver wire, silver clay and all sort of beads! Crazy about them!!!LOL

Here is what I made lately, hope you'll like them!


I've used sterling silver wire, small turquoise rondelles, some wonderful lampwork beads by hugely talented german artist Karin Hruza of http://www.beadfairy.de/ , Swarovski crystals and some tiny Bali silver beads.
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Again Karin's lampwork beads, lapis lazuli and Swarowski crystals.
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Another beautiful Karin Hruza lampwork bead, Swarovski crystals and chain that I made from fine silver wire.
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Thanks for your visit anf for all your lovely comments, wonderful support and friendship!
Lots of love, Sanda xoxo

6 comments:

Lynda said...

You make your own jam too? You're like a magician! Have all kinds of tricks up your sleeves :) Pretty jewelry too!

Esther said...

Sanda!!! it's perfect!! love the 3 pieces!! good choice of beads, and beautiful wripping!! bravo!!

Pretty Things said...

Awesome! I haven't made a THING with silver clay yet. How have you found that?

Lynda said...

Thanks for the birthday wishes sanda :) I was just curious, would you like to be entered into the trade drawing?

enn ;) said...

Your blog has been recommended to us as an interviewee's favorite handmade jewelry blog!

We would like to do an interview with you about your handmade jewelry or jewelry making lessons. We'd like to introduce you to our readers who are curious to find out the "person behind the great work!"

It would just take a few minutes of your time. The interview form can be submitted online here http://www.handmade-jewelry-club.com/2010/03/show-off-your-work.html

Best regards,
Sandra
www.handmade-jewelry-club.com
www.diylessons.org

enn ;) said...

Your blog has been recommended to us as an interviewee's favorite handmade jewelry blog!

We would like to do an interview with you about your handmade jewelry or jewelry making lessons. We'd like to introduce you to our readers who are curious to find out the "person behind the great work!"

It would just take a few minutes of your time. The interview form can be submitted online here http://www.handmade-jewelry-club.com/2010/03/show-off-your-work.html

Best regards,
Sandra
www.handmade-jewelry-club.com
www.diylessons.org