I picked up this smooth porous lava stone recently and really loved the texture. Since it is a raw stone (and not a cabochon) using a prong setting was what first came to mind.
She is big, and beautiful!
This piece has been in the works and I finally finished it on my day off! Continue reading
Ok, now for the follow-up to my last post! The pendant didn’t necessarily have to match the earrings, but both earrings and pendant were to feature sodalite. The sodalite in the pendant has a beautiful combination of white and shades of blue and is a free-form cut cabochon.
Recently I have been working on a custom project which includes earrings and a necklace. I was delighted to work on setting stones for earrings because I don’t do it that often these days. Today, I’m happy to share the completed earrings with you!
My obsession lately with raw stones has rubbed off on a few other people. And from this obsession has come a custom project resulting in this fine piece;
At the DIYpsi holiday show, one admirer missed the opportunity to buy this necklace; Continue reading
By now you know I love all all sorts of DIY. For my birthday I asked for a block printing starter kit and as winter rolled in I wanted to make some seasonal prints for gift packaging and cards.
Here are the blocks I carved… Continue reading
Ready to spread some holiday cheer? Come see me and many fabulous other vendors THIS weekend!
Saturday 11-7 and Sunday 12-6 at the Corner Brewery in Ypsilanti.
Hope to see you there! Click for more info click here.
This was another of those pieces I was excited about and had to buy as soon as I saw it. It’s the nerd in me that loves mineral formations and stalactite’s like this one. Continue reading
My next few posts will feature new pieces that you will find at DIYPsi’s Holiday show.
This one is a crazy lace agate in a modern setting. Little wooden beads transition between three stands of fine sterling silver chain into a thicker chain, adding texture and character. I couldn’t help myself and wore this beauty a few times.