A wire cuff bracelet by the highly collectible Navajo artist, Jerry Roan
Tag: vintage jewelry
I now have my third festival (or would you call it the fourth, since this was a two-day festival?) under my belt. I definitely had my bases covered with this one. I planed and then planed again. I even did mock-up sales with my son and boyfriend prior to the festival to make sure I wasn’t forgetting anything. I purchased new labels for my boxes, prices tags with my logo, and flowers for the tables. I printed signs for the tables and had a very pretty amethyst holder for my business cards. Our booth was so pretty!
I am of the belief that all things happen for a reason. Yes, even the “bad” things. We may not see the reasons right away. Or our egos may blind us to the gifts that are offered.
If I had stayed with the sadness of my Mom’s death, I never would have noticed the gifts that her passing brought too.
Not long ago my creativity was unleashed on the stage. I miss the stress of coming up with an audition song and monologue. Sitting in front of auditors and delivering my pieces, shaking in my wheelchair that feels suddenly so isolated.
I’d like to introduce Song Sense Jewelry’s newest team member and photography model, Caitlin Sharshel!
Return to the Renaissance elegance with this Victorian-inspired necklace made with lovely handmade lampwork lentil beads suspended from a dramatic chain of gold colored brass triangles and tiger eye beads.
Native American Zuni necklace with animal fetishes of turquoise heishi, coral and obsidian carries the history of these animals living in peace. Only $60.
This lovely choker showcases the very light touch of blue of amazonite, with tiny blue Swarovski crystals in the back and a magnetic clasp. Only $32.
I have chronic pain. It’s morning. I’m awake – again. I’ve slept a few hours in a semi-upright position because my body doesn’t lay flat. Nor will it bend to a full 90 degrees. I can’t get up yet, but I have to go to the bathroom. I take an oxycontin to help move some of the pain to the back burner. And I wait.
I thought I’d look at coming jewelry trends for 2018. Cuff jewelry is anticipated to be a hit here in the US next year! It’s kind of my specialty. I love making them! Take a look at four I made this year.