Monday, March 18, 2013

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O Heaven - vintage tin earrings - hammered buttons - prairie gothic - rustic romance
O Heaven - vintage tin earrings - hammered buttons - prairie gothic - rustic romance

kinship - artisan salvage earrings - handcut tin - vintage glass beads
kinship - artisan salvage earrings - handcut tin - vintage glass beads

Things are much more calm here now. The sun has backed off an autumn is putting on her fancy skirts of firey fallen leaves. I'm working on projects that will (hopefully) form the foundations of many great things to come. 

Ocean Star - vintage shell assemblage necklace - mother of pearl - rose quartz - eco friendly
Ocean Star - vintage shell assemblage necklace - mother of pearl - rose quartz - eco friendly


Wheat - bohemian rustic earrings - hammered metal - crystal beads - modern gypsy
Wheat - bohemian rustic earrings - hammered metal - crystal beads - modern gypsy

This is all jewelry I've had laying around for a while and didn't feel the urge to list. But I've got to start cleaning up and moving some things on, get ready to put those plans in action.

Harvest - artisan assemblage necklace - pale charms - bone beads - gypsy bride
Harvest - artisan assemblage necklace - pale charms - bone beads - gypsy bride


Rapture - long feather earrings - artisan made - natural eco friendly jewelry
Rapture - long feather earrings - artisan made - natural eco friendly jewelry

There's those earrings I was going to list the other week before I went all Honey Badger on everything. I actually really like these, probably more than anything else in the shop right now. Those pale colours, tribal neolithic vibes and natural elements. All hints of things to come.

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See all that crazy Chinese up there? That's what happens when you try to drag a photo from a Chrome browser into a Blogger post on Firefox. Madness! I ran it through Google translater and the English words were 'The personnel shall a dry confused sleep Mount rafter indignant bar window. number of  animal husbandry, pigwash confused indignant period stay the comfort gray wet the Fang matter Ton.

Couldn't have said it better myself.


  
Here's what I was trying to show you- awesome destash from Fagin's. I'm ruthlessly cleaning out my hoarde so I've got thinking space for new work, whatever whenever and however it comes. I have more coming soon including little 'matched bits' soups for making earrings and more long-awaited hand dyed textiles!! 



Cause I know you love 'em.

8 comments:

Lela said...

Love the earrings...and the photography.

And the post title is the best ever. :)

Wildthorne said...
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Wildthorne said...

We do love them... those beautiful textiles of yours. I am laughing so hard at your English translation of the Chinese. I think "pigwash confused indignant period" will have to become a phrase in my rotation now. :) Those Kinship earrings are lovely with the patina metal... I am excited for your things to come, you do pale so well.

fanciful devices said...

omg, that was so entertaining. the gorgeous bits and that chinese. which led to the coolest blog title ever. still shivering from it. you still take the best pictures in all the universe. and i love those feathers! what are they, they're so downy and silvery. i should announce the 1st two bead soups were quickly purchased by yours truly in a jealous fit of "no one else shall have them!!"

Star of the East said...

All that chinese wisdom is priceless.
Very lovely earrings.

Alice said...

Beautiful pieces. My favorite is 'Harvest'.

artistic rejuvenations said...

love the destash.just lovely! your shops are such a treat to wander through.

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