Sunday, March 10, 2013

New Blog & Website ♥

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Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Mrs. Wiltz's Whimsy

You're either going to love this piece...or not so much, because traditional it is not!  Personally I think this circa 1940 vintage celluloid nametag turned necklace is super sweet!  Who is Mrs. Wiltz you ask?  I have absolutely no idea but it's quite the conversation piece don't you think?  You could either leave it as is or change it if you like. 
The fun wooden chain only adds to Mrs. Wiltz's whimsy.  Pretty vintage rhinestone connector, picasso rose opalite beads, czech glass and mother of pearl ovals to repeat the shape in the chain and cameo.
Really pretty & unique.
Email me if you would like to reserve Mrs. Wiltz!

Sunday, February 3, 2013

Lucite Lovely

I thought I'd do a few postings this week of necklaces that will be up in my shop very soon.  First up is this lucite lovely.  SO much vintage goodness here.  LOVE the mint green rare ruffle beads and the hot pink pineapple rounds.  Vintage brooch from occupied Japan.  Adorably charming.
Please email me if you'd like to reserve this piece or any others that I post about this week!


Sunday, January 13, 2013

Restyled Floral China Rings

I've had the best time busily working away at creating more jewelry pieces, the most recent being these pretty floral china rings made from old pins and earrings that I've been collecting for some time now.
This is the largest of all of them...not too big but a statement for sure...
These others are more you like blue?
Yellow, purple and fushia?
Baby pink, baby blue and dark lavender?
Collecting all of the components for making these rings and necklaces {and some earrings that I haven't showed you yet} over the last couple of years has been fun but actually sitting down and making something with it all has been so extremely enjoyable!
I have more to share this week with you.  It's been a while since I've done a give away and I made thee different kinds of jam last week, Strawberry Vanilla, Sour Black Cherry and Blackberry.
I would love to share some so check back later this week!