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Latest jewellery – and it’s all for me!

Posted on March 18, 2011

I haven’t had any new jewellery for myself for a while now, I was busy making sale stock and completing orders. So far this year things have been quieter so finally made myself some new things. Here’s some of them

Blue and white bangles
3 blue and white skinny bangles. I am road testing these to see how they strong they are. Baked them extra long to try and make sure they were strong!
Blue and white oval cabochon pendant, I do love this simple blue and white flower cane. This is the second batch of the cane I’ve made and I can see I will be making more.

The blue and white colours are also the colour palette for this week in the Flickr Colour Palette a Week group – do come and join in with whatever medium you craft in.

Hollow beads made using the technique I learnt on Christine Dumont’s Hollow Bead Workshop. She is just about to start an online workshop for these beads so follow the link and check it out.
Hollow beads strung as a necklace

I’ve more to show you tomorrow. Hope you all have a great weekend


  1. Lovely hollow beads.

  2. I’m loving those hollow beads. Thanks for the link.

  3. They are all lovely. I really like the subtle colours in your hollow beads.
    I like the idea of joining the colour palette a week, though I probably wouldn’t manage to keep up with it every week.

  4. Love the colours and the finish is awesome – such a great shine.


  5. A wonderful job! I’ve made a few of the skinny bracelets – the two I kept popped at the seam- so I’ll watch for your update

  6. Thanks for all of your kind comments!

    I’ve had trouble with a thicker bangle that popped at the seam, but that was a while ago and I have learnt a lot since then. As I say these were baked extra long and I also joined the seam using some Kato polypaste glue. The flower cane one has extra flower canes over the top of the seam cause I couldn’t make sure it was properly joined without mushing the pattern. They had a good test today, I was shifting boxes about, survived so far but I will keep wearing them and update you in a couple of weeks. Cara

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