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My Latest Mischief

My Latest Mischief

I just love that I learn something with every piece I make and how these new insights fuel so many new ideas (sometimes it’s like 4th of July fireworks in my head). My latest handmade clasps are a case in point and I am very excited to show you the new limited edition necklaces!

Have a look below at descriptions of these gorgeous pieces and some pictures of the making process.

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Family heirloom inspires exquisite OOAK necklace – 3rd in series

Family heirloom inspires exquisite OOAK necklace – 3rd in series

This delicately coloured gemstone necklaces is the third of my OOAK series and it has me just as excited as the first two! Have a look below at descriptions of this gorgeous piece and pictures of the making process.

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Reclaim, recycle, make – How an unassuming agate pendant turned into this stunning OOAK Necklace – 2nd in series

Reclaim, recycle, make – How an unassuming agate pendant turned into this stunning OOAK Necklace – 2nd in series

I’m delighted to show you the second in my series of one-of-a-kind gemstone necklaces! Have a look below at descriptions of this gorgeous piece and pictures of the making process.

With this necklace I first fell in love with the tiny red Carnelian beads and the stunning contrast of the delicate grass green Peridot.

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Patience and perseverance – the story of making this technical OOAK neckpiece – 1st in series

Patience and perseverance – the story of making this technical OOAK neckpiece – 1st in series

It’s been a bit quiet recently as I was busy working on this latest piece – I am so excited to announce the first of a series of one-of-a-kind gemstone necklaces! Have a look below at descriptions of this gorgeous piece and pictures of the making process.

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Let’s create some new memories

Let’s create some new memories

Open your jewellery box(es) and take a stroll down memory lane, remembering where you picked up a particular piece, the special occasion it marks or the person who gave it to you.

You’ll likely find some broken jewellery, single earrings and sentimental pieces you’re unlikely to wear again. Why not recycle these bits and pieces into something exciting and new, creating new memories and a piece you’ll love to wear?

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