20 Page tutorial
Over 45 close up images
Detailed descriptions with each step.
The PDF tutorial is now available for download!
I've had a lot of messages regarding the Unalome Ring and when it will be available again. For those of you that have continued to support my work and have stuck around while I took maternity leave, thank you. It's encouraging to see that I have such a great and enthusiastic customer base and I am so grateful for each one of you. My baby girl was born in July 🎉👶😍💗 and things are only just starting to settle enough to get my workbench up and running again. I am now taking
I love the fact that you can use a bunch of hashtags on a single Instagram post and no one really minds about how spammy it is. Because it's just what's done on Instagram. And unless you have a huge - and I mean massive - following, you probably won't be seen all that much without them. So the more you use, the better your chances of being found. The limit for number of hashtags per post is around 30. I tend to split these between the caption and a single comment straight aft
Picture that glorious green hue of a meadow in summer, that's what I think of when I gaze into an emerald. Captured within every stone is the very essence of a summer's day. It's mesmerizing. Handmade Emerald Jewellery I've been lucky enough to work with some uncut emerald crystals recently. I bought them from a German trader and before reaching Europe they'd made a long journey from Colombia, no doubt passing through numerous hands before reaching mine. I originally received
Have you ever looked at a piece of jewelry and wondered how on earth it was made? When I first encountered crocheted (or knitted) jewelry I was awestruck; intrigued at how anyone could do with gold what is normally done with wool. And the process of learning this beautiful art has been most satisfying. So What's The Secret? It's actually easier than it looks. If you're already familiar with crocheting wool then that is a very good start. If you have never crocheted a stitch i
As you may know, the first newsletter went out in March. It featured some of my favourite artists I wanted to share with you just because I thought they were great, as well as some new items I made recently plus 4 progress shots of a pendant in the works. If you missed it then you can see it here. And you'll need to sign yourself up to receive the next one. But don't worry, I won't spam you and you can unsubscribe at any time. #handmadejewelry #signup #ShopNews #follow #Jewel
Keep in touch with me and everything that's going on and coming off the bench by signing up to the newsletter. Posting once or twice a month maximum, because if your inbox is anything like mine then you won't want too many emails coming through. But this means that each email will be bursting with all the good stuff like insider pics from the bench with plenty of detailed images on current works in progress, jewellery tips and a little bit of style news, as well as first dibs
I finally made the jump from messing up the kitchen table to buying myself a proper workbench. It arrived in pieces that needed to be assembled, there were waaaaay too many parts and the job required the help of my husband on his day off. As soon as Zach went down for his nap we got set to work like the perfect mum and dad DIY team, although we did have to go back and undo a few steps that went wrong, but all in all it was smooth sailing and a fun little project for us to wor