|Ruby Sparkle Necklace|
Thursday, February 2, 2012
Sunday, January 22, 2012
Friday, December 16, 2011
I have been having a little rush of creativity, and the timing isn't too bad!I love the softness of this piece, and how the creamy colors work together. It's a lariat-style necklace made from vintage bone beads and rings, and black, tan, and cream colored feathers.
This is actually another remade piece. I replaced the leather cord with a lovely, long, fine chain. It's a much better look. The proportion of the chain with the pendant is modern and elegant.
I have been enjoying the bright white linen in these photos. I guess it's the snowy white that we are missing outside right now. You can get any of these pieces at my Etsy shop right now.
I hope your holidays are peaceful and bright!
Posted by Pamela at 8:18 AM
Tuesday, October 11, 2011
|Owl Necklace available at ClockworkCrow on Etsy|
This little owl necklace had been languishing for a while in my inactive stock. The design of the bail was a bit clunky, and the pendant itself didn't fully satisfy me.
Finally a week or so ago,I came across it and decided to spruce it up. I removed the bail, and redid some of the rivets. (I don't recommend this. It was a challenge.) I attached the chain with some tiny vintage brass beads. Then I cut the moon out of the sterling backing. It immediately lightened the whole necklace.
I am now quite pleased with it and I have gotten some great feedback on it. If that wasn't enough, it was featured today in TotusMel's Wunderkammer!
Posted by Pamela at 7:35 AM
Thursday, September 15, 2011
My goal for the past few days has been to work on new offerings for my shop, and to improve my photos. I am really excited by some of my new projects, and how they are progressing, and I want you to be able to see them as well as I do. I am still trying to master my fancy camera, and I have managed to throw caution to the wind and use a semi-automatic setting. And I have been trying to use more consistent lighting. Plus a few tricks from my old styling days in Seattle.
|Oxidized Copper Hoops|
Posted by Pamela at 2:29 PM