This is the 2nd part of my post on the creation of my mosaic wedding board. When I last left you I had all my tiles on the board but the one with the name and date. I was waiting…
Category: The Process
I’ve been commissioned by a groom’s mother to make a mosaic wall hanging for the couple as a surprise. I thought I would show the process here so people have an idea of how I make one.
Jewelry is an easy way to add a little creativity, individuality, and bling to your outfit. Even a basic white tee and jeans can look put together with the right jewelry. You feel so good once you have the right jewelry on. But you may be in an uninspired jewelry rut right now. Are you rotating through the same three pairs of earrings every day? Have you forgotten to wear bracelets altogether? Is your jewelry lying in a tangled mess in a drawer somewhere?
I submitted my Blog to Feedspot and received notice today that my Blog has been awarded “Top 50 Handmade Jewelry Blogs”! I rank at #37. I even have a badge my Blog now proudly wears!
Just like any jewelry, Song Sense Jewelry requires some special TLC to make sure it stands the test of time. Here’s a list of care instructions to make sure your investment is here to pass along to the next generation.
Jewelry has always been important to people who loves to accessorize. One special piece can take an ordinary outfit from humdrum to dazzling. There are many variations of handmade jewelry that stands out because of its uniqueness.
I remember the first piece I made of polymer clay. I saw a pin on Pinterest that inspired me. So I set to work. I put in a little sterling silver tree charm and an orange and green glass bead and began creating vines, swirls, and leaves around them. But I didn’t know when to stop!
I’m doing new photos for my shop to make them “cleaner”, and to make them all a “Music Theme”. Check them out! http://www.etsy.com/shop/songsense
I recently received the message below and was so touched by the words, I had to share them. My process and reason for making jewelry is somewhat unique. “Your pieces have met my impossible expectations. Just any stone doesn’t glimmer, or have the interplay of color quality, or your artistic touch, or the comfortable wearability which your pieces do.”