I'm currently working on a "proper" collection. It will be around 12 pieces created along the theme of the ballet (something that is a constant fascination to me), particularly the Sugar Plum fairy. In fact, the collection is going to be called Sugar Plum. It will be available in about a week though my new website and my Folksy shop. In the meantime, just to whet your appetite, here are some pictures that I have been using as inspiration...
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I'm currently working on building my very own website. Hopefully the frontpage will look something like this...
Not only did she include one of Natalie's lovely creations on her blog, she also featured my mesh rose and onyx necklace. Hurray!
The We Love Folksy.com Flickr group is a great showcase for all the wonderful talent that can be found on Folksy. Here are some recent favourites:
This pretty necklace reminds me of an ice cream sundae. It is available from Chiyobex.
I love this cheeky squirrel necklace by Aleximo
This pretty necklace is made by casting a vintage button in clay by the incredibly talented Nifty Thrifty
This vintage-looking soap by Soapy Chica would look lovely in my new bathroom. I originally found a duck-egg blue version in the Flickr group pool, but this pink would look even better.
I love Suffolk puffs (also known as yo yo puffs in America). They're an easy way to make a pretty brooch, are a great embellishment for ...
Well the craft market at the Midsummer Festival this weekend didn't go brilliantly for me thanks to the rain, but lots of people did tak...
I know it’s terribly middle class to idolise the Duchess of Cambridge’s sense of style (and that this post is several months overdue),...
The Fairytale Boat Follies! My Tinsel Workshop! 2 Originally uploaded by Lisa Kettell This is one of my absolute favourite Flickr finds,and ...
Grunge. It’s the nineties trend that just refuses to die – if you’re a fan of Dries Van Noten, at least. The Belgian designer filled his s...
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